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 (09-006.02-F) -  Shelf Number: MDV 115

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Date: July 2, 2008

Participants: Stern, Frederico. Interviewed by Dov-Ber Kerler.

Location recorded: Debrecen, Hajd├║-Bihar County, Hungary

Language: Yiddish, Hungarian

Culture Group: Jews, Yiddish-speakers, Hungarians

 Recording Content:   

The recording is a formal interview with Frederico (Frida,Frayde-Golde) Stern, nee Tsigler, born in Sonkad.

00:00:00 Stern provides personal information and speaks about prewar Jewish life in her hometown, as well as her family. Her mother was also born in Sonkad. Her father worked in agriculture. She grew up as an only child.
00:13:30 Stern speaks about her life today. Her children live in Israel. Stern visited Israel three years ago. She then speaks about her and her family's life during World War II. She was deported to Auschwitz.
00:17:10 Stern speaks about Jewish life today.
00:20:00 The team concludes the formal interview with Stern.
00:21:00 Stern chats in Hungarian about life today. After the war, Stern worked in a collective.
00:28:37 End of recording.