Lidia Lieberman and her fellow students

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This is me, Lidia Lieberman, and some of my fellow students after a parade on October Revolution Day [November 7]. This photo was taken in Odessa in 1947.

In 1945 my mother, maternal grandparents and me, returned from evacuation to Odessa. In late 1947 we received an official notification that my father was missing in action. We had our apartment given back to us. We had two connected rooms back, and a separate room was occupied by a Russian woman. We got along well with her. My mother went to work at a haberdashery shop where they manufactured brooches, buttons, clips, etc. She earned 600-700 rubles. I went to study at the 8th form in school for girls #36. In the 9th form I joined Komsomol, but I never took an active part in the public life. On holidays our teacher of physics invited boys from the artillery school where he also taught physics, or we went to parties in their school.

After finishing the 9th form my friend Galia, a Jewish girl, and I decided to go to study at the Dentist Faculty in medical school. Galia's father was regional chief rontgenologist. He explained to me that there was high competition for this faculty and the course of studies was 3 years. He advised me to try the Prosthodontic Faculty. I did and received a diploma of a dental technician. I got a job assignment in Novaya Vorontsovka, Kherson region.

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Interviewee: Lidia Lieberman
Ludmila Grinshpoon
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Odessa, Ukraine


Lidia Lieberman
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Soviet Union
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Assistant in health care

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