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Our Shtetl Dusiat (cont.)

 

Lithuania - One Field of Slaughter

We stayed here and there, bowed down, and departed from our loved ones with much pain in our hearts …

 

 
At the Mass Grave in the Deguciai Forest
Miryam with the sisters Olga and Lily (left)

 

 
Slabodka [Vilijampole, Kaunas]
“During the years 1941 – 1944 the gate of Kovno Ghetto was at this place”
Miryam, Abrasha Klabin (Colev Grobman's brother-in-law) with his nephew
Arke-Aharon Grobman

 

 
At the Yizkor Book Launch, Tel Aviv, 15 October 1989
From left to right: Miryam, Rivka Friedman (Orlin)), Yosef Yavnai (Slep), Menachem-Mendke Charit (from Zelva), Zalmen-Zamke Friedman (from Obeliai)

 

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