Recalling those who survived: Lists

The first list below contains the names of Keidaners known to have survived the Holocaust, along with short biographic summaries where those could be obtained. The second list contains the names of young men who escaped the mass slaughter in Keidan, but fell in battle against the Nazis. The third contains the names of Jews who were deported from Keidan during the first period of Soviet rule in 1940 and 1941.

On the next page are photographs taken in Keidan or elsewhere in the decades after the Holocaust, of survivors and their families as they reunited to commemorate their vanished community. The captions contain as much information as could be obtained, and may  include errors in identifications, dates, and descriptions. So we appeal to every attentive reader of these lines, who:

  • knows additional Keidaners not included in the lists, or
  • identifies those who remained “unidentified” in the photos, or
  • notices an error in the names, dates, or descriptions, or
  • can provide additional or missing information,

to help update and clarify these records. Email Aryeh (Leonard) Shcherbakov (ashcherbakov@hotmail.com) or Andrew Cassel (awcassel@gmail.com).

 Survivors

  • Bernshtein, Yeshayahu (served in the 16th Lithuanian division, came to Israel, lived in Ramat Hasharon).
  • Bernshtein, Zerach (served in the 16th Lithuanian division, lived in Vilnius, came to Israel, lived in Bat Yam)
  • Bervits, Shimon (b.1917, married before the war and moved to Šiauliai, was in the Šiauliai ghetto, later in Dachau (his daughter was killed in ghetto, the wife perished in Stutthof). After the war, he returned to Šiauliai, and married again. His new wife, Tsyla, was also a survivor of the Šiauliai ghetto. From 1972 in Israel, lived in Tel Aviv, passed away in 2005, buried in Holon).
  • Bigun, Solomon (lived in Vilnius) No additional information.
  • Bin,Yosef (served in the 16th Lithuanian division, came to the USA, Chicago).
  • Birger, Ben-Tsiyon (escaped the slaughter, was saved by the Lithuanian family in Kėdainiai, married a girl from this family, lived and passed away in Kėdainiai).
  • Blumberg, Lazar (b.1910, escaped from Kėdainiai, served in the 16th Lithuanian division, after the war lived in Vilnius, from 1971 in Haifa, passed away in 2001.)
  • Burshtein Meir Pesach (b.1906, escaped, likely from Kaunas, together with his wife. After the war came to Vilnius, died 1946 from tuberculosis).
  • Burshtein, Chaim (b.~1922, from Šėta, During the war was in Kaunas ghetto, later in the labor camp in Babėnai near Kėdainiai. In 1944 escaped and was saved by a Lithuanian family. After the war lived in Vilnius, from the beginning of 80s in Herzliya, passed away around 2004).
  • Burshtein, Liuba (née Velikoliudaitė, b.1923.  In Kaunas ghetto during the war. Escaped and was saved by the same Lithuanian family as her future husband, Chaim. After the war lived in Vilnius, came with Chaim to Israel, died around 2015).
  • Dameretsky, Moshe (served in the 16th Lithuanian division, came to the USA, passed away there).
  • Dinershul, Yakov (b.~1923, served in the 16th Lithuanian division, after the war lived in Vilnius, came to Israel in 70s, lived in Yehud).
  • Dushkes, Brayna (Bronya) (after the war lived in Vilnius, came to Israel in 70s, lived and passed away in Haifa).
  • Dushkes, Basya (in marriage Kaplan, Benjamin Kaplan’s wife, see below).
  • Gamus, Eliyahu (b.1905 in Skaudvilė, served in the army of independent interwar Lithuania. Before the war lived in Kėdainiai, was evacuated from there with his wife Sarah (née Lurie), 9-year-old daughter Aneta (b.1932) and a newborn child, Sulamith. Sulamith was killed on the way by a bomb, Sarah was wounded. He served in the 16thLithuanian division, returned to Kėdainiai after the war and remained there until 1947. His son Alexander, born in 1947, was probably the last Jewish child born in Kėdainiai. That same year they moved to Vilnius. In 1978 Eliyahu came to Israel, died in 1989 in Jerusalem. Alexander came to Israel in 1972, lives in Givat Shmuel. His eldest sister, Aneta (in marriage Hiterer) with her own family, came also in 1972. Lives in Jerusalem).
  • Gel family (stayed in Lithuania, Kaunas ghetto, in 1944 was saved by the Lithuanian family. The head of the family, Israel Gel, and his wife Chasya were killed in May 1945 in Kėdainiai by Lithuanian partisans. Israel Gel’s grave can be found today at the old Jewish cemetery of Kėdainiai – probably the latest Jewish grave there. His two children, Rachel and Yakov, apparently survived).
  • Ginzburg, Liova (Leib, Aryeh) (b.1924, on June 23, 1941, escaped with a group of Jewish boys and young men. He served in the 16th Lithuanian division, was wounded, after the war lived in Vilnius, from 1957 in Ramat Gan, passed away in 1999, buried in Tel Aviv).
  • Ginzburg, Eliyahu (b.1914, escaped from Kaunas, after the war came to Vilnius, from 1972 in Israel, passed away in 2006 in Jerusalem).
  • Girshovich, Shmuel (b.1910. Served in the Lithuanian army, was later in Kaunas ghetto and Dachau concentration camp. His wife Sonia (née Sayevich), b.1912 in Vainutas, was sent to Stutthof. When she returned to Lithuania, she learned her husband was still in Germany. She tried to cross the border to Poland with forged documents, but was arrested and sent to Kolyma, Siberia. Shmuel returned to Lithuania in 1948. In 1949 Sonia was released and came without an official permit to Lithuania. They settled in Kelmė, she lived until 1955 without documents, risking re-arrest. In 1979 they came to Israel, lived in Nazareth. She died in 1988, he in 1993).
  • Goldberg, David (b.~1891, owned a taxi and transportation business, left Kėdainiai by car with his wife, son and two daughters. They succeeded to board the train in Kaunas, but he died from starvation in Uzbekistan around 1942).
  • Goldberg, Dora (David’s wife (in marriage Palatinsky), b.~1892, left Kėdainiai with her husband and family, died from starvation in Uzbekistan around 1942), their 5 children:
  • Goldberg, Leib (b.1912, served in the Red Army, lived in Vilnius, in 1979 came to Israel, passed away in 1984 in Holon).
  • Goldberg, Dina (in marriage Shklar) (b.1918, was in Kaunas ghetto, perished in Stutthof).
  • Goldberg, Leib (Liolik) (Dina’s son, b.1937, Kaunas ghetto, perished in Stutthof being 7-years-old).
  • Goldberg, Chana (Anna) (b.1922, Kaunas ghetto, escaped before liquidation of ghetto, stayed for a short time with the local family. In 1945 moved to Vilnius, from 1973 in Israel, passed away in 2006 in Jerusalem).
  • Goldberg, Chenya (Genia) (b.1924, escaped by car with her parents (see above), came to Vilnius around 1945, lived and passed away there around 2015).
  • Goldberg, Sonia (b.1925, escaped by car with her parents (see above), came to Vilnius, lived and passed away there around 2016).
  • Goldberg, Leib (David’s brother, b.1894, escaped by car, stayed in Uzbekistan, after the war came to Vilnius, passed away there in 1946).
  • Goldberg, Feiga (b.1895, his wife (nee Rakhauz, born in Keidan), escaped by car, stayed in Uzbekistan, after the war came to Vilnius, passed away there in 1979). They managed to escape with their 4 children:
  • Goldberg, Masha (b.~1921, in marriage Vandpolak, in Vilnius from 1946, in 1957 via Poland came to Israel, lived and passed away in Jerusalem ~2013).
  • Goldberg, Hirsh (b. 1922, during the war served in the Red Army, came to Vilnius in 1949, passed away there).
  • Goldberg, Dina (b.~1923, in marriage Berniker, in Vilnius from 1946, in 1957 via Poland came to Israel, lived and passed away in Raanana ~2015).
  • Goldberg, Getzl (b.1933, came to Vilnius with his family in 1946. From 1994 in Israel, lives in Maale Adumim).
  • Goldberg (Pirmaitis), Michael (Michke) (1921, evacuated, returned as a Soviet partisan, lived in Šiauliai, from 1962 lived and passed away in Vilnius in 1989).
  • Grinberg, Aba-Yankel (b.1923, escaped from Kėdainiai with his relatives, the Shneid family. Served in the 16th Lithuanian division, was wounded three times and lost the knee. After the war lived in Vilnius, from 1972 in Israel, passed away in 2006 in Netanya).
  • Groidenz, David (lived in Rehovot) No additional information.
  • Groidenz, Rachel (lived in Netanya) No additional information.
  • Gurvich, Leib-Yudel (Aryeh) (b.~1925, served in the 16th Lithuanian division, after the war lived in Kaunas, from 1969 in Israel, lived in Bat Yam, passed away in 1990)
  • Kagan, Efraim (served in the 16th Lithuanian division, after the war lived in Kaunas)
  • Kaganaitė, Guta (b.1914, before the war worked in Kaunas, married Moshe Shcherbakov from Simnas, escaped on foot from Kaunas, during the war stayed in Uzbekistan, after the war lived in Vilnius. From 1971 in Bnei Brak, passed away in 2003).
  • Kantor, Shmuel (Mulya) (served in the 16th Lithuanian division, after the war lived in Vilnius, came to Israel, lived in Beer-Sheva).
  • Kaplan, Benjamin (served in the 16th Lithuanian division, came to Israel around 1969, lived in Beer-Sheva).
  • Karnovsky, Mordechai (b.1911, stayed in Kaunas ghetto and labor camp by Kėdainiai, in 1944 came back to Kėdainiai. In 1945, when his wife returned from Stutthof, escaped via Poland and Germany to Israel, lived in Tel Aviv, passed away in 1997).
  • Karnovsky, Ruth (in marriage Herson) (b.1941, Mordechai’s daughter, stayed in Kaunas ghetto, smuggled out and saved by a Lithuanian family, in 1944 re-united with her father and brought by him to Kėdainiai. In 1945 was taken by her parents via Poland and Germany to Israel, lives in Tel Aviv).
  • Karnovsky (in marriage Gayer), Fanya (Kaunas ghetto, saved by a Lithuanian family, from 1972 in Israel, passed away in kibbutz Nezer Sereni).
  • Katz, Chanan (b.1883, evacuated by train in 1941 with his son Berl and son’s family (see below), died in 1943, in Kirov, Russia).
  • Katz, Berl (b.1909, evacuated by train, worked in Kirov, returned in 1945 to Kėdainiai, but due to the insecure situation, in 1947 moved to Vilnius. In 1974 came to Israel, passed away in 1975 in Beer Sheva).
  • Katz, Menucha (b.1907, his wife). Berl and Menucha evacuated with their five children (see below):
  • Katz,Yakov (b.1928, all the rest – as above, passed away in Vilnius in 1984, his wife and son came to Israel in 1992, live in Netanya).
  • Katz, Tuvya (b.1930, evacuated by train, worked in Kirov, in 1945 returned to Kėdainiai, in 1947 moved to Vilnius. From 1973 in Israel, passed away in 1992 in Nazareth (today Nof HaGalil)).
  • Katz, Hirsh (b. 1933, evacuated by train, worked in Kirov, returned in 1945 to Kėdainiai, in 1947 moved to Vilnius. From 1974 in Israel, lives in Beer-Sheva).
  • Katz, Aharon (b.1936, as above, came to Israel in 1995, passed away in 2008 in Netanya).
  • Katz, Taybe (b.1938, died in 1943, in Kirov, Russia).
  • Katz Wulf (Berl’s brother, b.1918, escaped with his wife Matlė (nee Borišnikovaitė, b.1913 in Zarasai). No information about their children. Joined 16thLithuanian division. Wulf fell in battle on August 18, 1944, during liberation of Šiauliai, buried in the city). See list of fallen soldiers, below.
  • Krost, Moshe (b.1900, escaped with his wife and three sons from Keidan to the Šiauliai ghetto. The youngest one, Avraham, perished there during the children’s roundup. Moshe, his wife, and two sons were taken to Stutthof, where his second son, Beynish, age, 16, died from starvation. He and his eldest son were transferred later to Dachau, where they were liberated by the American Army. His wife survived in Stutthof, was liberated by the Red Army, and later was reunited with Moshe and her eldest son. The three of them eventually came to the USA and settled in Chicago).
  • Kurlianchik, Shlomo (b.1921, escaped from Kėdainiai, served in the 16th Lithuanian division, after the war lived in Vilnius. From 1974 in Netanya, passed away in 2012).
  • Lipman, Eliezer (b.1924, escaped on a bike, served in the 16th Lithuanian division, after the war lived in Kaunas. In 1956 emigrated to Poland and in 1957 came to Israel).
  • Lomkin, Berl (b.1914, escaped on a train, served in the 16th Lithuanian division, Vilnius, came to Israel in 1990, passed away in 2001).
  • Lomkin, Chaim-Liova (escaped on a train, served in the 16th Lithuanian division, Vilnius, came to Israel in 1991, passed away in Jerusalem).
  • Lomkin, Zelig (escaped on a train) No additional information.
  • Lomkin, Yakov (escaped, but was killed in 1941 on the way by a German bomb).
  • Mankovich, Chaim (b.~1921, from Šėta, from 1974-75 in Israel, lived in Netanya).
  • Munitz, Ben-Tsiyon (b.~1925. During the war was probably in the Kaunas ghetto. Afterward in Vilnius. Came to Israel in 1959, later moved to the UK, taught Russian at London School of Economics).
  • Ritz, Shlomo (served in the 16th Lithuanian division, came to Israel, lived in Petah Tikva).
  • Ritz, Moshe (served in the 16th Lithuanian division).
  • Ronder, Chaim (b.1902, at the start of the war stayed in Kėdainiai, escaped from the slaughter place, hid in the forests, later became a partisan. He survived the war, lived and passed away from the heart attack in 1964 in Kaunas, ten days before the date, when he was permitted to leave for Israel).
  • Ronder, Yudel (Yehuda) (b.1923, escaped on a bike, served in the 16th Lithuanian division, lived in Kaunas, passed away in 2016.).
  • Ronder, Ze’ev (Velvel) (b.1924, escaped on a bike, served in the 16th Lithuanian division, lived in Vilnius, from around 1957 in Israel, passed away in 1976 in Jerusalem).
  • Rozenberg, Aryeh (Fanya Turetskyte’s husband, came to Israel in 70s, lived in Rehovot).
  • Sandler, Chanoch (survived concentration camps, then Vilnius, from 1967 in Israel).
  • Shater, Pesach (b.1913, lived in Kaunas, was in the underground resistance in Kaunas ghetto, then in Dachau, came to Vilnius and passed away there in 1990).
  • Shlapobersky, Rachel (in marriage Ratner, b. 1912, a sister of Tzadok Shlapobersky, stayed in Kaunas ghetto, then in the Stutthof concentration camp, came to Vilnius, in 1959 went to Poland, in 1960 came to Israel, passed away in Haifa).
  • Shlapobersky, Rivka (in marriage Strichman, b.1940, a daughter of Eliyahu Shlapobersky (Tzadok’s brother), and a niece of Rachel. Was smuggled out of the Kaunas ghetto and saved by the Lithuanian family, then transferred to the orphanage belonging to a Catholic convent in Panevėžys. In 1945 was found by her aunt Rachel Shlapobersky. In 1959 moved with Rachel to Poland. From 1960 in Israel, lives in Haifa).
  • Shneid, Leib (Aba-Yankel Grinberg’s uncle, b.~1900, parted from his wife Chana and married again. His new wife and two children they had together, perished in the Kaunas ghetto. He was deported to Dachau, and after the war returned to Lithuania. In 1957 he went via Poland to Israel. Passed away in Netanya in the beginning of 80s)
  • Shneid, Chana (his divorced wife, escaped to Russia with three daughters. She arrived in Tashkent and died there from hunger together with one of her daughters, whose name we do not know). Except for this daughter, she had 4 more children:
  • Shneid, Aba-Yankel (b.1921, joined the 16thLithuanian Division, fell in battle on March 10, 1943, close to Oryol). See list of fallen soldiers, below.
  • Shneid, Grunya (in marriage Tyomkin, b.~1922, joined the Red Army, After the war lived in Vilnius. Got married and in 1957 moved via Poland to Israel, later (before 1967) – to the USA).
  • Shneid, Chiena (Eva) (in marriage Krut, b.~1931. After her mother passed away, was taken in by an orphanage in Tashkent. After the war came to Vilnius. From 1971 in Netanya, passed away around 2008 ).
  • Shneid, Gershon (b.~1924. Joined some Red Army unit and was wounded in the head on its retreat to Russia. He lost his consciousness, but was found and saved by some Lithuanian family. Married a girl from that family and lived as Lithuanian in some remote village, being sure that all the family was exterminated. Somewhere around 1964, he happened to be in Vilnius and made enquiry among Jews about his old Keidaner friend,Yakov Dinershul. He managed to find him and in such a way was re-united with his sister Eva. Although Eva left for Israel in 1971, he stayed in Lithuania and passed away there in the 90s).
  • Shneider, Kalman (b.1914, Kaunas ghetto, in 1944 before the liquidation of ghetto, with a group of friends escaped to the forest and survived. After the war lived in Vilnius, from 1990 in Israel, passed away in 2011 in Netanya).
  • Shneider, Moshe (b.1919, served in the 16th Lithuanian division, lived in Vilnius, passed away there in 1988).
  • Shneider, Tuvya (b.1923, escaped on a bike, served in the 16th Lithuanian division, lived in Vilnius, from 1970 in Israel, lived in Rehovot, passed away there in 2021).
  • Shneider, Moshe (b.~1925, escaped on a bike, served in the 16th Lithuanian division, lived in Vilnius, where he was a teacher of literature, in the 1980s came to Israel, lived and passed away in the beginning of 2000s in Rishon LeTsiyon).
  • Smolski, Shmuel (a Polish refugee from 1939, escaped from mass killing in Kedainiai, remained in the forests until 1944. Married a Lithuanian woman and moved to Poland in 1945, later to the U.S. no information thereafter).
  • Teper, Chaim (served in the 16th Lithuanian division, lived in Vilnius).
  • Toker, Meir (b.1921, lived with his sister in Kėdainiai, escaped on a bike, served in the 16th Lithuanian division, after the war in Vilnius, from 1972 in Holon, passed away in 2012).
  • Turetsky, Fanya (after the war lived in Vilnius, came to Israel in 70s).
  • Turetsky, Tanya (was studying medicine in Kaunas at the start of the war, escaped to Tadzhikistan, afterward lived in Vilnius, came to Israel in 70s, lived in Haifa).
  • Upnitsky, Avigdor (b.1911, served in the Lithuanian army. Was evacuated at the start of the war, served in the 16th Lithuanian division. After the war lived in Vilnius. From 1976 in Holon, passed away in 1984. His wife, Fanya (née Mutnik, b. 1912 in Ukmergė), was with her daughter Chana in the Kaunas ghetto. After the ghetto was liquidated, and before deportation to Stutthof, she saw her 3-year-old child, with tens of other children from the same transport, brought to a wooden structure by the railway station on a pretext to keep them warm. The building was then sealed and set on fire. Fanya survived the camp and returned to Lithuania after the war).
  • Upnitsky, Moshe (b.1915, joined the Lithuanian army, stayed in the Kaunas ghetto, later escaped and joined the antifascist partisans, was wounded. Unable to continue fighting, he returned to the ghetto, later was sent to Dachau. After the war came to Vilnius, from 1971 in Bnei Brak, passed away in 1998).  His wife, Bella Upnitsky (née Mirbach, b. 1920 in Virbalis), with her mother, spent 3 years in hiding, saved by a Lithuanian family. Aided by her “non-Jewish” appearance and perfect knowledge of Lithuanian. As the Red Army approached, moved with her rescuers to Prussia. After being identified as Jewish she escaped and survived until Soviet forces arrived.).
  • Vinitsky, Yankel-Berl (b.1907, Kaunas, evacuated, was in the 16th Lithuanian division, lived in Vilnius, passed away there in 1977).
  • Vinitsky, Faivel (b.1912, Kaunas, ghetto, concentration camp, came to Vilnius, passed away there in 1979).
  • Wolpe, David (b.1908, in 1936 joined Lithuanian army, was in the Kaunas ghetto, from 1944 in Dachau concentration camp, later in the DP camps in Germany. Emigrated in 1951 to Johannesburg, where he passed away in 2006).
  • Wolpe, Avraham (brother of David Wolpe. Killed at the beginning of the war.)
  • Wolpe, Leizer (son of Avraham Wolpe, b.1929, Kaunas ghetto, concentration camp, passed away around 2008 in Zurich, Switzerland. While in hiding, he witnessed the murder of his father Avraham).
  • Yoffe, Hirsh (served in the 16th Lithuanian division, came to Israel, lived in Bat Yam).
  • Zaraisky (Groidentz), Raya and Bella (lived in Vilnius, came to Israel, lived in Rehovot)
  • Zilber, Yosef (Silber, Joseph) (b.1915, served in the Lithuanian Army, at the start of the war, escaped from Lithuania, served in the 16th Lithuanian division. After the war, while in Germany, deserted from the Red Army. In 1951 came to the USA, died in 2007 in Englewood, N.J.)

Other than those who were killed in battle, died in Russia or managed to leave Lithuania immediately after the war, we count only 69 from the list above who stayed in Lithuania after the war. Based on a number of unidentified men and women on the photographs presented below and those that due to the poor quality were not included in this document, we estimate that around 30 are still missing from the list.

Those who fell in battle

According to Eliezer Lipman, about 60 Keidaners served in the 16th Lithuanian division,1 fighting the Nazis. About 50 have been accounted for. Some fell in battle. We will always remember their names. Those below appear in the Keidan Memorial Book, p. 268.

  • Bin, Michael
  • Berkovich
  • Dameretsky, Mendel
  • Dameretsky, Yankel
  • Dushkes, Feivel
  • Gladshtein, Yitzhak
  • Gorklan, Meir
  • Kaplan, Berl
  • Kaplan, Moshe
  • Katz Wulf
  • Levitan, Nachum
  • Merelevich
  • Rogov, Michael
  • Shneid, Aba-Yankel
  • Zisle, Moshe
  • Zisle, Shmuel

Those who were exiled to Siberia in 1940 and 1941

  • Gadya, Roza (b.1894, in 1941 was exiled with her two children to Siberia, released in 1957 and returned to Lithuania).
  • Gadya, Rachel (a daughter, b. 1927, was exiled to Siberia, after the exile lived in Vilnius, came to Israel in 70s, lived and passed away in Rishon LeTsiyon).
  • Gadya, Yosef (a son, b.1929, was exiled to Siberia, after the exile lived in Vilnius, came to Israel in 70s, lived and passed away in Rishon LeTsiyon).
  • Gutman, Leib (a husband, b.1890, arrested in June 1941, sent to labor camp in Siberia, in addition, in 1943 sentenced to 5 years in labor camp).
  • Gutman, Rachel (a wife, b. 1902, in 1941 exiled to Biysk (Altay area), released in 1956).
  • Gutman, Riva (a daughter, b. 1930, in 1941 exiled to Biysk (Altay area), released in 1956).
  • Jochelevich, Avraham (b.1920, from Pilėnai village by Kėdainiai, arrested on June 29, 1940, on November 29, 1940 sentenced to 3 years, on 17.10.1941 amnisted as a former Polish citizen and released).
  • Klibansky, Sheine-Rachel (b. 1878, on June 14, 1941, was arrested in Kaunas and exiled to Siberia with her two sons, passed away there in 1956).
  • Klibansky, Menachem (a son, b. 1912, on June 14, 1941, was arrested in Kaunas and exiled to Siberia, where he met his future wife, Gitta (nee Langleben). Gitta was born in Kaunas and at the same time was deported with all her family. In 1956 they were released and came to Vilnius. In 1969, after multiple appeals, they left for Israel. Lived in Jerusalem. Menachem passed away in 1994. In Israel, Gitta Langleben-Klibansky wrote a book “Mi’Yarkatei Tzafon” (“From the End of the Earth”), describing the harsh life of Jewish deportees on the bank of the Arctic Ocean, heroically trying to preserve their national identity).
  • Klibansky, Gershon (a son, b. 1920, on June 14, 1941, was arrested in Kaunas and exiled to Siberia, released in 1957).
  • Volpert, Yudel (Yehuda) (a husband b.1891, arrested in 1940, exiled to Siberia, sentenced to five years of labor camp, after the camp, on December 24, 1945 transferred to Biysk (Altay area), where he passed away on February 13, 1957)
  • Volpert, Dvora (nee Leybenzon) (a wife, b. 1895, on June 14, 1941 exiled to Siberia, died in one of the transitions points in 1941)
  • Volpert, Frida (in marriage Mebel) (a daughter, b.1923, on June14, 1941 exiled to Siberia, released in 1956, came to Vilnius, from 1971 in Israel, lived in Bat Yam, passed away in 2019)
  • Volpert, Leyzer (a son, b.1927, exiled to Siberia, released in 1958, went to Crimea as was not allowed to return to Lithuania, from 1990 in Israel, lived in Bat Yam, passed away in 2018)
  • Volpe, first name unknown (arrested on June 14, 1941 exiled to Siberia)

Tracing those who survived: Images

Footnotes

  1. See Keidan Memorial [Yizkor] book, page 265

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