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 Anushka Friedman was born in Ponovitz in 1918. In 1940 she moved to Kovno where she married and gave birth to her daughter, Rochaleh. As a young mother she survived the pogrom that took place in the city and moved to the ghetto where she remained with her husband and daughter. In her testimony she describes the hardships she suffered in the ghetto, and particularly motherhood under extreme privation and adversity – hunger, and the loss of her family with the liquidation of the ghetto and deportation of its inhabitants to Estonia.