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Guide to Daniel Bennahmias oral history interviews OHP.8334
OHP.8334  
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Description
This collection comprises one sound disc with accompanying transcript and one videotape of two oral history interviews with Daniel Bennahmias conducted by the Holocaust Media Project on June 24, 1986 and by the Holocaust Oral History Project on November 12, 1991.
Background
Daniel Bennahmias was born in 1923 in Salonika, Greece, where he lived with his parents, Mark and Harriet. His father's family was from Italy, and had Italian citizenship. His father worked at the Bureau of Information in Salonika. During the period that Italy was at war with Greece, Italian citizens were imprisoned. When the Bennahmias family was released they moved to Athens in 1941, lived in the ghetto, and hid there during the period after 1943 when the Nazi occupiers began to deport Greek Jews.
Extent
0.3 Linear feet comprising one sound disc with accompanying transcript of 27 pages, and one videotape with a total running time of 2:40
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There are no restrictions to use for this collection.
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