Dränger testimony metadata

Dränger testimony metadata

Following is the USC Shoah Foundation database metadata for the Margot Dränger testimony, accessed on the USHMM website.


Sex: Female

Date of Birth: 12 Oct 1922

Place of Birth: Berlin (Prussia / Germany), Germany


  • traditional Judaism (Prewar) [Jew]
  • liberal Judaism (Wartime) [Jew]

Resistance Group(s): Zydowska Organizacja Bojowa

Persecution Category: Jew


  • Krakau-Kostrze (Poland : Concentration Camp)
  • Krakau (Poland : Concentration Camp)(generic)

Place Hidden:

  • Bochnia (Poland)
  • Wisnicz (Poland)
  • Cracow (Poland : Voivodship)

Type of Place Hidden: barns, bunkers, cellars

Place of Liberation: Borowna (Poland)

Liberated By: armed forces / Soviet

Worksheet: Jewish Survivor


  • Fled from Nazi-controlled territory
  • Went into Hiding
  • Member of Underground / Resistance or Partisan Group(s)
  • prisons, concealment of Jewish identity

Interview Code: 45468

Place of Interview: Antwerpen / Belgium

Interview Language: German

Interview Length: 02:53:33



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