This picture was taken on the MABI hospital terrace in Spring of 1945.
This is my older sister in her nurse uniform in 1944.
This is me in nurses uniform in 1944.
New Year's Eve party in the Garay Street apartment in December of 1943. In the first row, fourth from the left is my older sister, Klari, I'm the fifth, the sixth is Klari's fiancee, Sandor B. In the background of the picture, you can see that there's a blackout.
Rowing trip on the Danube in the summer of 1943. From left to right: my mother, my father and I.
I'm on the left, my older sister Klari is on the right. It's a studio photo from 1930.
In connection to anti-Semitism, I have one memory, from back in the Bakats Square grammar school. More precisely, not my own, but rather my older sister's, well I only heard this much. She was in fourth grade, the class was about Ferenc Rakosi II. and the teacher spoke so movingly about him that my sister burst into tears, and miss teacher said, 'You all see Klari Klauders, yet she's a Jew?'. It was the 'yet'.
This picture was taken in 1927 at the Ujpest house. From left to right: My mother, Rozsa Kauders, Antonia Singer nee Goldstein, on her arm is my older sister, Klari at age two, and finally Ilonka Goldstein at age sixteen. Sitting in front is Erzsike Klein.