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Tobias Iafetas, 1995, Vilnius.

From right: Mania Iafet-Dimerman (Rafael Iafetas’s sister), Rafael Iafetas (Tobias’s father) and Berta Shustef-Iafet (Tobias’s mother), 1921, Berlin.

Tobias’s uncle Lazar Frenkel (husband of mother’s sister) and Tobias’s cousin Liova Frenkel, 1938, Kaunas. Lazar and his son Liova perished in the Holocaust.

Rafael Iafetas (Tobias’s father) and Berta Shustef-Iafet (Tobias’s mother), 1921, Berlin.

From right: Tobias’s brother Azriel Iafetas (6 year-old), mother Berta Iafet, Tobias Iafetas in mother’s hands (one year old), brother Fima Iafetas (1928–1933), 1931, Kulautuva.

Tobias Iafetas, 1931, Kaunas.

From right: Tobias’s brothers Azriel Iafetas (7 year-old) and Fima Iafetas (6 year-old), Kaunas.

Tobias Iafetas, 1948, Vilnius.

From right: Marija Katinskiene (sister of Tobias‘s mother), her husband Juozas Katinskas and Tobias Iafetas, 1952, Palanga.

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