Families of Brothers Separated During Holocaust Find Each Other 77-Years-LaterJesus Daily KM
Two siblings, Abram Belz, and Chaim Belzhitsky separated decades ago during the holocaust locate each other finally. On inverse sides of the world, Abram’s relatives in New Jersey and Chaim’s relatives in Russia meet through skype. Abram passed on at 95-years of age in 2011. Chaim passed away at 71 in 1970. Abram’s mom with the assistance of her daughter began seeking through online records and discovered Chaim’s relatives. They met surprisingly through Skype.