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El ultimo de my ancestors


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El ultimo de my ancestors

  1. 1. <ul><li>I am going to write about my grandmother who came from Poland to Argentina and about my grandfather Rudolf, he was from Croatia and he came to Argentina too </li></ul>
  2. 2. My grandmother's name was Julia Samusiwicz. She was 78 years-old when she died. She had one brother and two sisters , she was from Poland
  3. 3. She lived in a town called Cracovia but at the age of six she moved to &quot;Pinsk Baranovicha&quot;
  4. 4. When she was 13 years- old the German army led her to work for them and she never saw her family again
  5. 5. With the time she was forced to leave her homeland on a ship of the Red Cross and she came to Argentina in 1948 after the second world war
  6. 6. In that ship she met the person that was going to be her husband, Rudolf . He was 46 years-old and he had two sisters and one brother
  7. 7. My grandfather lived in a town call Osikej, he was from Croatia and he was forced to leave his hometown as my grandmother did
  8. 8. After all they had suffered they arrived in Argentina and they married, but the begginings in Argentina weren´t easy my grandfather worked as an engineer and my grandmother couldn´t work because she was pregnant
  9. 9. Their children are Lidia, Alicia, Viviana and Maria Rosa, who is my mother, four daughters and one son, Carlos. This is Rudolf and Julia’s family