Yakov Driz's family

Yakov Driz's family
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  • Photo taken in:
    Fastov
    Year when photo was taken:
    1934
    Country name at time of photo:
    USSR
    Country name today:
    Ukraine
. Me, Yakov Driz, and my son Alexandr, born in 1957, with my wife Tamara Batenko. We married in 1956. My wife Tamara is Ukrainian. She was born in 1934 in Fastov, in the Kiev region. At the time we met, Tamara was a student in the economics department of Kiev University. We met at a party and fell in love. Contrary to my expectations, my parents had nothing against my marrying a Ukrainian girl. They must have changed their attitude to mixed marriages, regardless of their religiosity. They liked Tamara very much. My mother always called Tamara her ?little daughter.? Tamara got a job at the Institute of Public Economy after she graduated from the University. Later, she got a job at the Academy of Sciences. But unfortunately she was very sickly and had to retire because of ill health. In the fall of 2002 we shall celebrate the 46th anniversary of our wedding. On 20 July 1957 our son Alexandr was born. He was educated at the Kiev Communications College. He is a colonel now and works at the army headquarters. He is Chief Editor of Military TV Broadcasting. His wife Tatiana, a Ukrainian, is a housewife. We have two granddaughters: Katyusha, born in 1984, and baby Mashenka, born in 2002. Katia is finishing school and is going to continue her studies. My son's family live separately from us, but every single day they call us or drop by for a chat.

Interview details

Interviewee: Yakov Driz
Interviewer:
Ella Levitskaya
Month of interview:
June
Year of interview:
2002
Kiev, Ukraine

KEY PERSON

Yakov Driz
Year of birth:
1927
City of birth:
Tomashpol, Vinnitsa region
Country name at time of birth:
Russia
Occupation
after WW II:
Chief power engineering specialist

Other Person

Tamara Driz
Jewish name:
Shloima-Yankel
Year of birth:
1934
City of birth:
Fastov, Kiev region
Country name at time of birth:
Russia
Occupation
after WW II:
Economist

Additional Information

Also interviewed by:
Survivors of the Shoah visual history foundation
Date of interview:
1998

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