Omaha Folklore Project: Interview with Dr. Mitchel Cegielski

The oral history interview of Dr. Mitchel Cegielski was conducted by Andrew S. Fidler on April 4, 1977. Dr. Cegielski was a Polish physician who emigrated to the United States from Poland with his family in the 1950s and eventually settled in Omaha, Nebraska. In the interview Dr. Cegielski talked about his life and experiences while living in Poland during World War II. In particular, Cegielski compared German and Russian-occupied Poland. Dr. Cegielski also discussed his experiences after moving to the United States and the Polish American community in Omaha., UNO Libraries' Archives & Special Collections, 01:00:46
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Abstract/Description: The oral history interview of Dr. Mitchel Cegielski was conducted by Andrew S. Fidler on April 4, 1977. Dr. Cegielski was a Polish physician who emigrated to the United States from Poland with his family in the 1950s and eventually settled in Omaha, Nebraska. In the interview Dr. Cegielski talked about his life and experiences while living in Poland during World War II. In particular, Cegielski compared German and Russian-occupied Poland. Dr. Cegielski also discussed his experiences after moving to the United States and the Polish American community in Omaha.
Subject(s): Immigrants -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- Interviews
Immigrants -- Nebraska -- Omaha -- History
Immigrants -- United States
Audiocassettes
Oral histories (document genres)
Omaha (Neb.) -- History
History
World War, 1939-1945
Depressions -- 1929
Date Created: 1977-04-04

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