This wedding photo is of my Aunt Bella with her husband. I unfortunately don't remember his surname anymore. They were most likely married in the 1930s. They lived in Bratislava. My aunt worked in a hat shop. She and her husband didn't have any children. Aunt Bella died during World War II.
This photograph was taken sometime between 1918 and 1920. At that time, my father was serving as a hospital orderly in the Czechoslovak Army. He did his basic army service in the town of Ruzomberok. In the photo my father is in the middle, holding what was apparently some mascot of theirs.
This wedding photo was taken at the end of the 1920, and shows my mother's sister, Irena Ehrenreichova, and her husband, Alexander. The wedding took place in Bratislava. The newlyweds then moved to the town of Sahy. They had two children, a daughter, Stela, and a son, Richard. Besides Mr. Ehrenreich, none of them survived the war.
This is a photo of my grandfather, Heinrich F., at the beginning 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.
This is a photo of my grandfather Filip Schwartz, at the beginning of the 1920s.
This is a picture of me, Henrich F., in 1930.
I was born, as my parents' first child, in 1928. They named me Henrich, or informally Harry. Several years later, on 28th February 1935, my brother, Siegfrid, was born. My brother and I got along very well. He was an agreeable kid. But we didn't get to enjoy very much fun and games outside, because the anti-Jewish laws  began coming out, so we mostly stayed inside.
This picture was taken in 1944 on coal pontoon No. 3 in the Bratislava harbor. Standing on the left is Mrs. Zatkova, and beside her is my mother, Helena.
This picture was taken in 1944 on coal pontoon No. 3 in the Bratislava harbor. Sitting on the left is my father, Julius F., and beside him is Mr. Zatko, with whom we were hiding from the deportations at the time.
This is a photo of my mother, Helena Schwartz, from the 1920s.
This photograph was taken in Brezova pod Bradlom, in 1943, where our parents had sent us to a Protestant youth camp, so that we'd be protected from the deportations. In the photo, I am the first on the right.