Judita Sendrei and her little friends, Eva Nagy and Vera Polgar,
in front of the Sendrei family's summer cottage in Palic

The photo was taken in front of our summer cottage in Palic, near Subotica, in 1935. In the center is my friend Eva Nagy whose father was a Jew and whose mother was not Jewish. The Nagys owned and ran a pharmacy in front of City Hall in Subotica. Eva's father and brother did not return from the labor camps, and Eva made aliyah with her mother in 1948. She still lives in Israel. On the left is Vera Polgar, who lived with her parents in our summer cottage. None of them returned from the camps either. I, Judita Bruck, am the child on the right.