Leonid, his children and his wife Fridericka Saharovici in Italy, 1971.
Opened view of Leonid Saharovici’s identity card from a labor camp in Bucharest, Romania. He is fifteen years old when the pass was issued in 1942. The right side of the pass shows the commander’s initials proving that Saharovici had reported to work, which sometimes included dangerous tasks such as dismantling bombs. When Saharovici left Romania, he managed, with some difficulty, to take his
Outside view of Leonid Saharovici’s identity card from a labor camp in Bucharest, Romania. Saharovici’s identification number, 261, is written on his pass. The pass, made of paper, is worn and aged from being handled.