Dora Rozenberg and her daughter Mira

This is my daughter Mira born on 1946. The first thing after the war was ?offspring creation?. My husband Vladislav (Lacika) and I got Mira. She is now grown-up, and has her own family. She is a lawyer, and has two daughters one of whom is in Israel. Both have a university degree. Three years ago she became grandmother to Li Katarina. I met my husband, Dr. Vladislav Rozenberg, through one of my uncles who studied with my husband`s father. After his studies my future father-in-law lived in Senta where my husband was born on September 21, 1908. Since they remained good friends they frequently visited one another. One time he came with his son and I happened to be there and we liked each other. We never learned whether our meeting was arranged and my husband and I have never spoken about it. We married first in a civil wedding on June 27, 1940, then in a religious wedding on June 30, Somewhere at that time the pre-war waves of fear were felt in the air - the wave of anti-Semitism, so we had the wedding in our house. There was a chuppah and the rites were preformed as dictated by the religion and religious law. After the wedding we lived in Velika Kikinda (Banat) for seven months before my husband went into the army, then he was taken prisoner and I went back to my mother's. My daughter was a very sweet girl. At the early age she was in a kindergarten, without knowing a word in Serbian. After only six weeks she was constantly babbling in Serbian. From elementary school she was always one of the best in the class all the way to her graduation. I put a lot into her education, especially foreign languages, so today she fluently speaks German and English. She used to go to piano lessons but she tortured the teacher and me for so long until we finally gave up. After the faculty she got married, started to work and got two daughters. Today she is a lawyer in Subotica