Pesya Rozenberg

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This is my husband’s sister Pesya Rozenberg. The picture was taken in Jurbarkas in 1930s. Pesya perished in Jurbarkas during the last action.

My husband was born in Jurbarkas in 1923. His father Dovid owned a store, and his mother Mere took care of the children and household. Sholom’s parents and his sister Pesya perished in the occupation. He was in the lines, serving in the 16th Lithuanian division. He was awarded many orders and medals. He came back to his native town with the rank of sergeant-major. Sholom didn’t have any special education. He went to school in Kaunas before the war. He was a very gifted man. First he found a job at the canteen, later he was appointed for management positions. He became a member of the Communist Party. When he was to join it, he sincerely believed in the Party.

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Interviewee: Dobre Rozenbergene
Kaunas, Lithuania


Pesya Rozenberg
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Jurbarkas (today Lithuania)

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