Prewar wedding portrait of Reine and Yishua Ghozlan in Constantine, Algeria, on March 29, 1932.
The couple experienced antisemitism in the prewar years, and in 1933 Reine and Yishua survived a deadly pogrom by hiding with French Christian friends. After the start of World War II, Yishua was thrown out of his position in the post office. Reine, Yishua, and their children were evicted from their apartment.
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