Audio Interview with Jacob Riesenbach, October 1986.
Interviewed by: Ron Riesenbach
- Forward to the Interview (0.2MB)
- Introduction (0.2MB)
- Pre-World War II Life (6.4MB)
- Life During World War II (3.4MB)
- Life Immediately After WW II (1.1MB)
- Life as a Displaced Person (1.8MB)
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