Frida Michelson

Frida Michelson, 2004, Lithography (Created by the Latvian painter Daina Skadmane)

Frida Michelson (Latvian: Frīda Mihelsone, née Fride; 1906–1982) was a Latvian Jew and Holocaust survivor. She is known for her memoirs “I survived Rumbula” which records the Holocaust in Latvia, her life in the Riga Ghetto and how she managed to survive the massacre in Rumbula forest. She was one of only two survivors.[1]

  1. ^ "Frieda Michelson. I survived Rumbula. Moscow 2011". The Russian Research and Educational Holocaust Center and the Holocaust Foundation. Retrieved 24 February 2017. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)