Via PBS Newshour June 15 2017 – Media specialists at the University of Akron (OH) have re-created an early-20th-century wire recording and playback machine, and in doing so have given the world the voices of Holocaust survivors in post-WWII Europe.

The recordings were made by psychologist David Boder and include the voices and songs of people then living in French resettlement camps.

For more on the story, and to hear some of the recordings (which are remarkably clear after so many years) visit PBS Newshour.

Advertisements