Artifacts - Alexander Savranskiy This certificate was given to Savranskiy during the occupation while he was living in the Tomashpol Ghetto. The certificate allowed Savranskiy to travel and receive benefits. This letter indicates that Savranskiy's family had lived in a Jewish Ghetto during World War II Blank application request for German pension for forced labor in Ghettos. Savranskiy did not want a pension from those who had killed relatives and friends, and did not submit this application. Alexander Savranskiy with his mother, Raisa, and great uncle, Benjamin, at his father's grave in Tomashpol, Ukraine, 1950. Alexander Savranskiy with his mother, Raisa, and great uncle, Benjamin, at his father's grave in Tomashpol, Ukraine, 1950. Alexander Savranskiy in eighth grade, in military uniform, 1946 Alexander Savranskiy in ninth grade, 1947. Alexander Savranskiy in uniform to attend public school as an eight year old boy. Alexander Savranskiy at age seven with his mother, Raisa. Alexander Savranskiy, on the right, pictured with a friend, Mr. Vitushanskiy, after surviving the Tomashpol Ghetto. Alexander Savranskiy, as a one year old boy with his mother, Raisa Haika, and his father, Moshe Savranskiy, before the war. Aleks' father died when he was four years old.