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Vonigovo
UKRAINE



 
 
     
HELEN IN RACHOV
cir 1938-9
  HELEN WITH HER COUSIN LEIB
cir late 1930s

Helen was sharing a room in Rachov with another girl and working as a seamstress. In 1946 she married Louis Dub.
 

 

Helen with her cousin Leibe in front of a haystack in the Grossman family yard in Vinif. Leibe was Helen's first cousin. Both survived the war.
 

     
 
     
Elya David Davidovits   BELA & ELIEZER
MORDECHAI SLOMOVITS

. Husband of Ratza. Deported to Poland with other Grossmans in June 1941. Fled to the woods in Mielnitze-Podolsk, Poland/Ukraine in 1942 and was never heard from again. Presumed discovered and killed.
 

 

Possibly taken around the time of their marriage about 1935. They died at Auschwitz upon arrival in 1944.

 

HELEN GROSSMAN AND HER FAMILY

 


 


 

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