The Weberman's story goes all the way back to King David. They are direct descendants of King David's family. The Weberman's reached Europe and settled in Modern day Berlin immediately following the exile of Babylon. In 1721, Daniel Weberman sent his oldest son Aviel to Copenhagen and his other son to Lodz. By doing so the Weberman's trade connections were strengthened. They dealt primarily with textile and jewelry work and it was passed down from generation to generation. Moshe Weberman was well known in the Polish city of Lodz for his textile work. He was part of a very religious family. His oldest son David owned a jewelry store in Kurfürstendamm in Berlin. The Jews had many difficult years in result of the Nazis coming into power in Germany. Most of them were sent to the Auschwitz camp. 37 members of the Weberman family were killed by the Nazis. Ester however miraculously survived despite being only three years old. She made it all the way to Turkey with a group who was immigrating to Israel. However, the Turkish government prevented her from traveling further, because of her young age. She ended up staying in Turkey as a refugee in an orphanage. In 2017 the Governor of Berlin, Chief Rabbi of Germany and many other guests gathered at the Holocaust monument located at the central Berlin Orthodox Synagogue on Joachimstaler Straße to place plaques in memory of David Weberman and the 37 family members who were killed. The Synagogue is located in Kurfürstendamm which is where David Weberman had his jewelry store before being murdered in the Auschwitz camp.