We say goodbye to Nechama Drober. She was an important voice for the Jews in Königsberg. She had survived the war and experienced the fate of the Jews in Königsberg, the fate of the forced laborers at the end of the war, the fate of all Königsbergers and the fate of the city at close quarters. Her little brother died of starvation and was buried in the woods of the New Jewish Cemetery – something that had haunted her for the rest of her life. Nechama lived her life very bravely and patiently in the Soviet Union. We recently had a happy meeting with her and her granddaughter Ella in Kiryat Shmuel, Israel, where she was very well cared for in the Beit Gabriel nursing home. Her voice lives on in her books and video testimonies, and her voice can also be heard in the Jewish Museum of the New Synagogue Kaliningrad. Nehama was born on August 17, 1927 as Hella Markowsky in Königsberg, she died in the evening on August 9, 2023, shortly before her 96th birthday. May her memory be a blessing!