Holocaust survivor Moris Bronshteyn presents a compilation of interviews he took with survivors of the Pechora and Dzurin concentration camp in Ukraine.
Born in 1941 in Dzhurin, a Jewish Settlement Bronstein in the Vinnitsa region of Ukraine, Bronshteyn was sent with his mother and three older brothers to the Dzhurinskiy ghetto.
After later serving in the Soviet Army and graduating from the Kiev Polytechnic Institute, he worked in a number of Vinnitsa industrial power plants.
Since the late 1980s, until his exile in 1997, Bronshteyn has been actively involved in Jewish community organizations including director Stephen Speilberg’s Shoah Foundation – for which he conducting 74 interviews.
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