|Mira after the war, 1947.|
|Mira on the set of a JPEF interview holding a |
photo of her husband, Norman, 2002.
Mira met her husband, Norman, who was also a fighter in her group and was the leader of their group. She reminisces, "I was lucky enough that I loved my husband and he loved me, and it was like a love affair in the forest. Can you ask for a better place? So, we were lucky that we got together and we, and we promised each other that we'll be together forever."
They married after the war, had three children, and moved to San Francisco.
Read more about Mira here.
Mira Shelub is featured in multiple JPEF documentaries and study guides including the printed guide: "Women in the Partisans" and short film, "Everyday the Impossible: Jewish Women in the Partisans".
|Mira talking about the decisions she faced as a resistance|
fighter to youth at Fremont High School, 2008.