Tree 16

Avraham Weiss

survived the concentration camps and the "parades of death" and returned to Romania in 1946. From there they moved from one camp to the next in the direction of Saalfelden. Avraham crossed the Italian border partly on his own, partly on the back of other fugitives. After a year in Italy, the family finally arrived in Israel, where Avraham completed his training as a dental technician and held this profession until his retirement. In Kiryat Ono he settled with his wife Sylvia and founded a family with three own children and an adopted daughter.


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