Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Max Schindler on anti-Jewish measures in Poland



Max Schindler remembers the German occupation of Poland and his family’s decision to return to their grandmother’s small village to evade the Nazis. He recalls how even there were anti-Jewish measures including expulsion from school his family’s Jewish owned store still operated in the small town.
Copyright USC Shoah Foundation His testimony is preserved in the Visual History Archive. vhaonline.usc.edu To learn more about USC Shoah Foundation visit sfi.usc.edu