This is my father, my mother and I in Erzsebet Square.
You can see Uncle Miksa Spiegel and his wife in the picture. They were fishmongers at the Hold Street market hall, I remember that they wore rubber aprons, and they were the parents of one of my cousins. My mother usually bought fish from them.
You can see in the picture my maternal grandparents, who lived in Miskolc, my grandfather was a private first class during World War I, that's why he is wearing a uniform, my mother as a little girl and her two brothers.
I am 29 years old in this photo.
Interviewer: Judit Rez
Date of interview: February-April 2005
Gyorgyike Hasko lives in Budapest. She has retired but she still works for the Jewish community. She speaks about her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren with love and there are pictures of them everywhere in the room.
This is me, my husband and our granddaughter Andrea in our house in Budakeszi around 1975.
This is my daughter with her children Gabor and Andrea at home. The photo was made in 1976. Andrea was born in 1973 and Gabor a few years later.