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Family get-together

This photo was taken in Topolniky, in the yard of the house of my grandfather, Heinrich F. in 1932.

The first person standing on the right is my grandfather, Heinrich F., standing beside him is my father's brother-in-law, Mr. Deutsch, then my uncle, Alexander F., his wife Terezia, who we used to call Liza.. Standing from the left is my father, Julius F., and on his left is his sister, Berta Deutsch. On his right is my mother, Helen.

Heinrich F.

This is a photo of my grandfather, Heinrich F. at the end of the 1930s

My grandfather was already in his golden years. I met him only a few times, because Dunajska Streda, to which Nyarasd belonged, was taken over by Hungary during the war. My grandfather, like his children, was completely modern, including his observance of religious customs. The family observed mainly the holidays. During holidays they would visit the synagogue in Dunajska Streda. My grandfather didn't survive the war.

My grandfather, Heinrich

This is a photo of my grandfather, Heinrich F. at the end of the 1930s

My grandfather was already in his golden years. I met him only a few times, because Dunajska Streda, to which Nyarasd belonged, was taken over by Hungary during the war. My grandfather, like his children, was completely modern, including his observance of religious customs. The family observed mainly the holidays. During holidays they would visit the synagogue in Dunajska Streda. My grandfather didn't survive the war.

A trip to Tatranska Lomnica

This photo was taken during our trip to Tatranska Lomnica in 1936 or 1937. My father, Julius F., is in the middle of the photo, and I'm sitting on his left. I don't recognize the other people in the photograph.

We used to go out into the country with our parents. In those days vacations weren't really in fashion. Mostly we'd go out into the countryside around Bratislava. In the summer my parents would send me to rest homes. These were pensions that took children on recommendation. There we'd play games together and walk around in the vicinity.

The Perl family

This is a photo of my mother's sister, Greta Perlova, with her husband, Artur, and their son Tibor, around 1929. The photograph was taken at Bock Studios in Bratislava.

My mother's sister Greta lived with her husband, Perl, who was a typographer. They had two children, a son named Tibor, and a daughter, Olina. They lived on Dunajska [Danube] Street They deported them all. My cousin Tibor was sent to to Bergen-Belsen, where he luckily survived the war. My mother's sister Greta was also lucky, she survived the concentration camp.

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