Omaha Folklore Project: Interview with Roman Pulcelik

The oral history interview of Roman Pulcelik covers his time living in Poland, fighting in World War II, and surviving imprisonment as a prisoner of war. The interview was conducted by Andrew S. Fidler on April 7, 1977. Pulcelik attended the Polish military academy and fought with the partisan forces after Germany invaded and occupied Poland. In the interview Pulcelik shared his experiences of the atrocities that occurred during World War II and as a survivor of the camps. Pulcelik talked about the connections forged among those who suffered together in concentration camps and emphasized a global perspective in the recognition of universal human rights as a result of the Holocaust., UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections, 02:28:02
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Abstract/Description: The oral history interview of Roman Pulcelik covers his time living in Poland, fighting in World War II, and surviving imprisonment as a prisoner of war. The interview was conducted by Andrew S. Fidler on April 7, 1977. Pulcelik attended the Polish military academy and fought with the partisan forces after Germany invaded and occupied Poland. In the interview Pulcelik shared his experiences of the atrocities that occurred during World War II and as a survivor of the camps. Pulcelik talked about the connections forged among those who suffered together in concentration camps and emphasized a global perspective in the recognition of universal human rights as a result of the Holocaust.
Subject(s): Immigrants -- United States
Immigrants -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- Interviews
Immigrants -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- History
World War, 1939-1945
Audiocassettes
Oral histories (document genres)
Date Created: 1977-04-07

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