This photo was taken of my husband and I in 1976 in the Podebrady Spa. My husband went every year to the spa, because he had heart problems, and I always escorted him. There was a clock here, he stayed here, and across from it was this clock and the stature.
I married Herman Deutsch in 1947, this picture was taken then, too.
This is a picture of my wedding day, taken in Prague in 1947. My aunt from Prague, Etus is holding my arm. On the other side, my husband Hermann Deutsch has taken my other arm. My father 's second wife, Sarika Schiffer is beside him, then comes my father. In the foreground is Nachman Tevlovits, my aunt's husband, and Jindricka, their little girl.
This is a photo of my sister Magda Erdelyiova’s student ID from 1938.
Here I (left) am as a student in Prague in front of the Jan Hus monument together with colleagues. Sasho Petrov (in the middle) will become one day director of one of the largest socialist enterprises in Bulgaria IZOT. Ivan Kyulev (right) later will become Bulgaria's ambassador to Belgium and the Netherlands. The photo was taken in 1951.
Working in the ‘Transportleitung’ [German for ‘transport coordination’] was one young woman, a student, who came over to me: ‘You’re Tonicka Michalova, remember me, I used to exercise at Maccabi. Where are your parents?’ I answered that for the time being I was alone. ‘Well, you know what, if they ask you whether you’ve already found accommodations, tell them that you’re going to the girls’ home at L410, to No. 24, I know there’s room there. After all you know how to work in gardens and fields, so apply for that.
This is a photo of a farewell summer party during summer camp at the Brno Maccabi. It was taken sometime in the 1930s.
Antonie MilitkaBrnoCzech RepublicInterviewer: Barbora PokreisDate of interview: November - December 2004
This interview with Mrs. Antonie Militka took place during our visit to the Jewish Community in Brno. This sprightly lady still works for the local Jewish community, and devotes all her time and energy to people that depend on her help.
Dagmar Lieblova wohnt zusammen mit ihrem Mann in einer wunderschönen Wohnung in einer neuen Prager Wohnsiedlung. Das Interview fand in ihrem gemütlichen Wohnzimmer – voll mit alten Familienmöbeln und Büchern – statt. Frau Lieblova ist eine sehr sympathische Person – wie ihr Mann auch. Sie ist auch eine sehr angesehene und elegante Frau, dessen viele Tätigkeiten und Energie bewundernswert sind.