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Tsivia Vaksman

This is my mother Tsivia Vaksman. The picture was taken in 1929 in Kishinev.

My mother, Tsivia Alterman, was born in Kishinev in 1906. She went to a Russian school for a couple of years, and then she learnt to become a seamstress. Grandfather Elek bought her a ‘Singer’ sewing machine, which my mother took great care of. She lubricated and cleaned it.

Aron Mirskiy with his parents Uscher and Perl

This is my husband Aron Mirskiy with his parents Uscher and Perl. The picture was taken in 1940 before their departure to Kishinev from Bucharest.

My beloved, a Jewish guy called Aron Mirskiy, was born in Bucharest in 1932. His father Uscher was a locomotive mechanic and his mother Perl was a housewife. Aron was an only child. In 1940 his family moved to Kishinev like many other Jews. Uscher went to the front from here and perished during the Great Patriotic War. His single younger brother, who survived the war, married Perl when he got back.

Uscher and Perl Mirskiys

These are my husband's parents, Uscher Mirskiy and Perl Mirskayka. The picture was taken in 1931 or 1932 at their wedding anniversary in Bucharest.

My beloved, a Jewish guy called Aron Mirskiy, was born in Bucharest in 1932. His father Uscher was a locomotive mechanic and his mother Perl was a housewife. Aron was an only child. In 1940 his family moved to Kishinev like many other Jews. Uscher went to the front from here and perished during the Great Patriotic War. His single younger brother, who survived the war, married Perl when he got back.

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