Holocaust Survivors Renew Wedding Vows for 70th Anniversary

Boris and Rita Sachs
Boris and Rita Sachs

Married Holocaust survivors renewed their marital vows on Monday night in a touching ceremony attended by family and friends.

The association behind the function, the Claims Conference, is the world’s biggest body for remuneration and reclamation of Holocaust survivors’ advantages. This was one of a considerable rundown of occasions the Conference has composed for survivors and their families in Israel and around the globe.

Among the couples who took part in the contacting function were Boris and Rita Sachs, who met in Kiev. The two were hitched after the war finished within the sight of just a couple of enduring relatives – the majority of their families were slaughtered in camps. After the couple made aliyah, they had two children, and today have grandkids and extraordinary grandkids.

Another couple taking an interest in the occasion, Ira and Alex Friendland, initially met at a party club in the town of Komosomulk in the wake of enduring the war. The two have two youngsters, grandkids and incredible grandkids.

The couples were praised and got well wishes by the Claims Conference VP Shlomo Gur and the network’s rabbi, Yigal Zippori.

Zippori, who has known the couples for quite a long time, expressed gratitude toward the Claims Conference and considered them a wellspring of motivation for delight of life and good faith.

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