My sister Lidia and Aunt Leya and I, Inessa Vitkina.
My father Andrei Koshkin. Photo made in Grozny in 1939.
My mother Tsylia Vitkina. Photo made in Moscow in 1930.
My father Michael Vilkobrisskiy (4th on the right in the first line) at the recreation center of the Red army in Kislovodsk in the south in 1930s.
My mother Bertha Vilkobrisskaya photographed with the dance group that she organized at the club of aviation unit in Khabarovsk. My mother is on the left. 1936.
My father Michael Vilkobrisskiy at the class of aviation unit discussing decisions of another Plenary meeting of the Central Committee of the All-Union Communist Party of Bolsheviks. There is a big portrait of Stalin on the wall. Photo made in Khabarovsk in the late 1930s.
My mother Bertha Vilkobrisskaya, nee Eishynskaya, (in the first row) photographed in Smolensk in early 1920s. Mother is wearing a uniform of the soldier of Red army of times of Civil War in the picture.
My maternal grandparents Ilia and Hasia Eishynskiy lived in the town of Lubcha in Minsk province.The family was very poor and their life became extremely miserable after grandfather Ilia died in 1914.
My grandmother on my mother's side Khasia Vilkobrisskaya, nee Eishynskaya, photographed after returning from the Far East after the WWII to the town of Dmitrov of Moscow region in 1945.
This is my husband Michael Veselnitski (first from the right in the third row) and cadets of his military school. This photo was taken in Podolsk, Moscow region, in 1940.
My brother Yakov Usherenko.