In spring of 2014, Writing the Holocaust ran a three-part series of interviews with Israel Gutman.
Besides being an historian of the Holocaust, Israel Gutman was a leading fighter in the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising; a survivor of Auschwitz (where he was a member of the Jewish underground), two other Nazi camps, and the death marches; he helped create Yad Vashem, edited the Encyclopedia of the Holocaust, and was a key witness at the Eichmann trial and an important advisor to the Polish post-war government.
The interviews were conducted by Breindel Lieba Kasher. The Introduction was done by Yehuda Bauer of Yad Vashem.
You can access the three parts of the interview by clicking on the following: