Nisim Navon's maternal uncle Haim Baruhovic and his first wife, Gilda

Nisim Navon's maternal uncle Haim Baruhovic and his first wife, Gilda
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  • Photo taken in:
    Pristina
    Year when photo was taken:
    1928
    Country name at time of photo:
    Kingdom of Yugoslavia, pre 1941
This is my mother's eldest brother, Haim Baruhovic, and his first wife, Buca, a Jew from Belgrade. She died young and he married remarried to a woman named Simha Izrael. Haim and Simha had two children together, Josef and Rahela. Before World War Two, Haim worked as a dentist in the Royal Yugoslav Army, and afterwards he worked as a state dentist in Pristina. During World War Two, he was captured and taken to prisoner of war camps in Biberak and Nuremberg, Germany. After the war he and his family returned to Pristina and then moved to Belgrade. He died in 1972 in Belgrade. His son Josef is an engineer living with his wife in Belgrade. His daughter lives in Israel with her husband, Shimon Malina, a Jew from Argentina.

Interview details

Interviewee: Nisim Navon
Interviewer:
Rachel Chanin
Month of interview:
September
Year of interview:
2000
Belgrade, Serbia

KEY PERSON

Haim Baruhovic
Year of birth:
1898
City of birth:
Pristina
Year of death:
1972
City of death:
Belgrade
Died:
after WW II
Occupation
before WW II:
Dentist
after WW II:
Doctor

Other Person

Gilda Baruhovic
Decade of birth:
1900
City of birth:
Belgrade
Died:
before WW II
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