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Admin31.08.2021

Natalya Meklin

Oral History Tatjana Stojanova, born in 1922 in Odessa, Ukraine, describes leaving Odessa as a result of bombings; returning to Odessa after the arrival of German and Romanian forces; the sight of gallows in a park; objects dropped in the street by Jews who had been led to the prison; rumors of Jews being arrested; the entrance of Romanian cavalrymen in Odessa; the disappearance of all of her Jewish neighbors; the grandmother of a Jewish friend who hid in an empty house and then later disappeared; the special treatment of Jewish doctors who were allowed to remain in their homes to exclusively treat Romanian officers and functionaries; the occupation of Odessa; engineers from Holland who raised vessels sunk by the Soviet Army before leaving the city; and her move to Holland in 1944.
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Admin22.07.2021

Natalya Meklin

Oral History Inna Gavriltchenko, born in 1925 in Kharkov Kharkiv , Ukraine, describes the German occupation of Kharkov from 1941 to 1943; announcements ordering Jews to move to the ghetto; the procession of Jews, including her neighbors, to the ghetto; the fate of a Jewish family who was unable to move to the ghetto because the grandmother was paralyzed; the compulsory registration of Jews and communists; a horse market that was the location of hangings; the threat of being shot for Jews who appeared on the street; restrictions on the Jewish population; the looting of Jewish homes by local townspeople; and meeting a Jewish woman and child who were attempting to hide in plain sight by saying that they had a Ukrainian last name.
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Admin04.08.2021

Mariya Kravtsova

Oral History Lubov Radionva, born in 1920 in Bashtanka, Ukraine, describes a public hanging of men accused of setting fire to a machinery workshop; how villagers were forced to watch; the emotional reaction of the villages for which they were whipped by guards; the murder by German soldiers of Romani people who were brought to a collective farm in carts; her arrest for stealing German weapons for the underground movement; and her imprisonment for three days during which she was beaten.
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Admin27.08.2021

Kravtsova Mariya, Marika

World War II career [ ] In October 1941, several months after the German invasion of the Soviet Union, Meklin applied to join the one of the three women's aviation regiments founded by Marina Raskova, and was accepted into training.
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Admin08.09.2021

Kravtsova Mariya, Marika

Oral History Klavdiya Gubareva, born in 1924 in Ukraine, describes German soldiers forcing Jews out of their homes and bringing them to a killing site in Kozoryzoyyi Jar; traveling to Odessa and seeing a column of Jews from Odessa being taken by German soldiers and policemen to be executed at Bogdanovka; German soldiers and policemen beating the Jews in the column; and seeing Jews being left overnight in a schoolhouse with no doors or windows to freeze to death.
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Admin30.08.2021

Mariya Kravtsova

Oral History Andrey Grabovenko, born in 1929 in Voznesensk, Ukraine, describes living in Marinovka Marynivka during the occupation; the sight of columns of Jews, guarded by Romanian soldiers and policemen, being transported from Domanevka to Pervomaisk; the guards beating the Jews who moved without resistance; the Jewish families of Marinovka, including a friend and the mailman; the arrest of the Jewish families by policemen; the execution of local Jews by Romanian soldiers; and the trial and execution of the police commander after the war.
Admin08.08.2021

Natalya Meklin

Oral History Lubov Boyeva, born in 1927 in Kharkov, Ukraine, describes the arrival of German forces in Kharkov in 1941; subversive activity by partisans; the ghetto in Kharkov; convincing a Jewish friend to leave the ghetto; hiding her Jewish friend; conditions in Kharkov during the war; the fate of family members of her Jewish friend; the arrest and deportation of her sister to Germany; and the return of her sister from Germany in 1945.
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Admin09.08.2021

Oral history interview with Mariya Kravtsova

Oral History Maria Kravets, born in 1929 in Ukraine, describes how Novogrod Volinski was a predominately Jewish town at the beginning of the war; how the Germans destroyed everything on their way through the town; the closing of the school; the beginning of mass killings of Jews in 1942; receiving a beating from German soldiers with a whip; Jews being driven in trucks or walking in columns to the mass shooting site; a Ukrainian woman who shouted support to a column of Jews and then was killed along with them; the mass shooting of Jews by German soldiers; and a German soldier who came to her house for water after the shooting and showed distress at the killing of a pregnant woman.
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Admin29.06.2021

Kravtsova Mariya, Marika

Oral History Nikolai Sushchuk, born in 1930 in Ukraine, describes visiting the Jewish ghetto in Novograd-Volynsk; a mass shooting of Jews by German soldiers and policemen at a shooting range in 1941; the sound of machine gunfire; searching the site of the shooting several days after for cartridge cases and seeing a mass grave; a second mass shooting of Jews by Germans at the shooting range in which victims attempted to escape; and Germans dragging the bodies of those killed into a mass grave.
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Admin16.08.2021

Kravtsova Mariya, Marika

In 1940 she graduated from her tenth grade of schooling in Kiev.
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Admin23.07.2021

Oral history interview with Mariya Kravtsova

She was a TV host of Night Flirt, Five in Isolation, Style Guide and other programs.