Information about Pustkow Concentration Camp, Mielec, Poland, or Kurima, (Czecho)Slovakia

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I'm looking for survivors of Pustkow Concentration Camp to interview to possibly find out more information about the it.
If anyone has any relatives from the town of either Mielec, Poland or Kurima, (Czecho)Slovakia that went by the last name of either Blasbalg or Rubin and first name with any variation or combination of Avrohom Aharon Dov, Beirish, or Bernard I'd like them to reach out to me also.
If anyone can give me a lead or tip on where I may find any of the info above I'd greatly appreciate it. Just to put it out there I did a lot of exhaustive research and hit a dead end after finding a document from the DP Camp.
in Genealogy Help by Dov Scheiner G2G Rookie (280 points)
retagged by Ellen Smith

Have you seen

Arrow down for a partial list of inmates and survivors

Yes, a while ago. Any other ideas?
Contact the Shoah Foundation?
Who's the shoah foundation? Please post a link.
PS if it has anything to do with yad vshem it's unreliable

Founded by Steven Spielberg 

From 1994 and 2002, the Survivors of the Shoah Visual History Foundation (now called the USC Shoah Foundation) conducted and recorded nearly 52,000 interviews with Holocaust survivors and other witnesses from 56 countries. In addition to survivors of Nazi persecution, the Foundation interviewed liberators and liberation witnesses, rescuers and aid providers, political prisoners, and participants in war crimes trials. Interviews were conducted in the survivor’s preferred language, and over 32 languages are represented in the collection. Those providing testimony were asked to describe their lives before, during, and after the Holocaust, and in many cases shared pictures and artifacts related to their experiences. Additional information about the interview process can be found on the USC Shoah Foundation’s website.


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