Dear JewishGen Followers,
My grandmother's sister Basia Bergel AISENBERG, her husband Michel AISENBERG and
their 2 daughters Sara and Reisa Slata were living in Riga during the 1941 Nazi
invasion at Stabu Street 61, apt 76 according to the information received >from
the Latvian State Archives. On Oct 2, 1941, the record shows that they moved
but no new address was listed. The archivist mentions they likely were moved to
the "Riga ghetto" where there was large loss of life.
What I am trying to determine is whether they survived or not. Is there a
source where those in the ghetto are listed and their fate?