This is our wedding. My husband Oscar and I, Rosa Vexler, nee Abramson in 1944 in Serebrinets. We got married in Serebrinets after we were freed from the ghetto. On the following day my husband had to go to the front and he insisted that we got married.
I met my future husband Oscar Vexler at the ghetto. He was born in Luzhany village, Chernovtsy region, in 1920.
My husband Oscar Vexler in 1940 in Luzhany. His family was convoyed from the village of Luzhany, Chernovtsy region to the ghetto in Yarshev where my family was, too. We met in the ghetto. He gave me this photo for the memory when we didn't know whether we would survive or not.
He was born in Luzhany village, Chernovtsy region, in 1920.
My father David Abramson and his 2nd wife in 1971 in Mogilyov-Podolsky. They got married in 1957, a year after my mother died. My father had this photo made to send it to me.
My father's family lived in Mogilyov-Podolskiy. My grandfather Gersh Abramson was born in Mogilyov-Podolskiy in 1876. I don't know what family he came from.
This is our family. Sitting, from left to right: my sister Raya Abramson, born in 1937; my mother Nina (Nehama) Abramson, nee Brener, born in 1907, is holding my son Gersh; my father David Abramson, born 1901; my father's sister Rosia, born in 1903. Standing: I, Rosa Vexler, nee Abramson, born in 1927; David, the son of the sister of Nehama's father, born in 1940; my father's sister Nehama, born in 1905. This is my family gathering on my son's birthday in 1952 in Mogilyov-Podolsky.
My grandmother Surah Abramson, my father's mother, and my sisters. Sonia, born in 1930, wearing a hat, is on the left. Tamara, born in 1934, is sitting on my grandmother's lap. My grandmother came on a visit from Mogilyov-Podolskiy.
My father's family lived in Mogilyov-Podolskiy. My grandfather Gersh Abramson was born in Mogilyov-Podolskiy in 1876. I don't know what family he came from. My grandmother Surah was born in Mogilyov-Podolskiy in 1880. I don't know her nee name or anything about her family.
It is me awarded a medal in commemoration of the 30th anniversary of the Victory in the Great Patriotic War at the medical equipment plant. This photo was taken in Odessa in 1975.
It is me Malea Veselnitskaya (first from right), my husband Michael Veselnitski (first from left) and our children Yakov and Ida. This photo was taken in Odessa in 1960.
It is me, my husband Michael Veselnitski and our daughter Ida. This photo was taken in Odessa in 1951.
I met my husband in Neman Kaliningrad region in 1946. Once I attended a party where young people got together to dance to a record player and a young officer paid attention to me. His name was Michael Veselnitski. Shortly afterward Michael proposed to me. I liked him. He was shy and didn't drink. We got married in 1947.
My husband was chief of the topographic department of the military unit in Neman Kaliningrad region. In 1948 our daughter Ida was born.
This is my father Isaac Ostrovski. This photo was taken in Kremenchug in 1939.
This is my family. My mother Dina Ostrovskaya and my father Isaac Ostrovski are sitting in front. Standing from left to right: my older brother Semyon, I, Malea Veselnitskaya, and my younger brother Ruvim. This photo was taken in Kremenchug in 1939. It was taken when my older brother Semyon returned home after finishing an artillery school in Leningrad. My mother is wearing a blouse that she borrowed from her relative, I am wearing a dress that I borrowed from our acquaintances' daughter, my father is wearing his friend's jacket and only Ruvim has his own jacket on.