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Feige Silberman (center) poses with her daughter Lea's family in Telsiai, Lithuania.

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    Feige Silberman (center) poses with her daughter Lea's family in Telsiai, Lithuania.
    Feige Silberman (center) poses with her daughter Lea's family in Telsiai, Lithuania.

Among those pictured is Feige Silberman holding her infant grandchild, Sara; Efraim (the little boy); Lea, the daughter of Feige and sister of Beila Silberman (standing at the right); and Lea's husband (standing at the left).

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    Feige Silberman (center) poses with her daughter Lea's family in Telsiai, Lithuania.

    Among those pictured is Feige Silberman holding her infant grandchild, Sara; Efraim (the little boy); Lea, the daughter of Feige and sister of Beila Silberman (standing at the right); and Lea's husband (standing at the left).
    Date
    Before 1941
    Locale
    Telsiai, [Siauliai] Lithuania
    Variant Locale
    Telschi
    Telshie
    Telse
    Telz
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Sonya Naygauz

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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Provenance: Sonya Naygauz
    Source Record ID: Collections: 2006.148

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    Biography
    Sonya Naygauz (born Sonya Rachkauskaite) is the daughter of Chone and Beila Sora (Silberman) Rachkauskas from Telsiai, Lithuania. Sonya was born in Frunze, Kirghizstan on December 8, 1945. She had an older brother, Abba (b. 1941). Sonya's father, originally from Wilkomir, was a lawyer, and her mother, originally from Telsiai, was a bookkeeper. At the time of the German invasion of Lithuania in June 1941, Sonya's parents were living in Kaunas with their infant son, who had been born there. The family fled to the Soviet interior, eventually settling in the town of Frunze in Kirghizstan. They remained there until April 1946, when they returned to Lithuania. The Rachkauskas family immigrated to the United States in 1980. None of the Silberman family, apart from Beila, survived the war.
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