Lina, a fifteen-year-old Lithuanian girl, is separated from her father by the Soviets in As she labors in an Arctic work camp with her mother and brother, she hopes her drawings make it to their father's prison camp and let him know they are alive.
Hanna Lehrer, of Munich, wears both her personal Jewish star around her neck and the mandated Yellow Star badge identifying and ostracizing her from other Germans. Hanna was later sent to Riga, Latvia, where she was killed.
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Post by @yadvashem "Love life and dont be afraid of death. Believe in God and a better future". This inscription was written in Ester Goldsteins album on 15 September 1942 by her 16-year-old classmate Bella Lassore. Ester Goldstein lived in Berlin with her parents sister and brother. On 26 October 1942 Ester was sent to Riga and on 12 January 1943 Bella was deported to Auschwitz. Both girls were murdered. The album along with other family documents was given to Yad Vashem by Esters sister…