Family photograph taken at the wedding of Miriam Korber's cousin in Câmpulung, Romania, in 1935. By the end of World War II, ten years after this photograph was taken, 12 of the 24 of the family members pictured had been murdered by Romanian, German, or Soviet authorities.
Entry from the diary of Miriam Korber from October 10, 1943, Yom Kippur, in which she reflects upon the will to live within her community on the very day she witnessed mass arrests and deportations of Jews from Transnistria to labor camps.
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