Gnelya Slavina, a Holocaust victim in Belorus
Looking for info on Gnelya Saveliena Slavina (this is her maiden last name) who was killed by the Germans during occupation in Belorussia.She had three surviving sisters-Sophya, Dora, and Vera.Sophya had relocated to Kishinev in 1918 where she stayed till the rest of her life-1988 (with the exception of the war-time evacuation to Uzbekistan).Dora immigrated to the States, probably around 1920, and Vera survived the war somehow but how-we have no idea.Since Sophya was born in Rechitsa, Gnelya might also have been there and might have been killed there although her name is not on the list of Jewish Holocaust victims in Rechytsa compiled by Albert Kaganovich, and my mother, therefore, is afraid that Gnelya might have been killed somewhere else in Belorussia, possibly with her own family.
If you know anything about that, please write to me at:
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Birmingham, Alabama 35210,
United States of America
P. S. Bear in mind that Yad Vashem does not have information about her, neither U. S. Holocaust Museum.