Laszlo Nussbaum and his brother Sandor

This photo was taken in Turda in 1938. Here you can see the house of Heinrich Nussbaum, my grandfather on the father's side, from inside the yard. The two children are my little brother Sandor and me. This building stands in Torda down to the present day. It was probably built before World War I, sometime at the beginning of the 1900s, because my grandfather bought it after World War I. They must have had a rather good financial situation. My grandfather gave a lot to these war-bonds in order to further victory for the Austro-Hungarian army, which lost the war in the end. Then he was discharged. He could not be a soldier after the war was lost, and he remained with his money, and with his children. He decided to go back to Transylvania, where he had relatives, so he bought a house in Torda. They came to Torda, and they lived very well there. He rented the place downstairs. There was a restaurant called Astoria, the rear of which is in this picture. My grandparents?apartment was on the upper story. Maybe there were lodgers, tenants in the extension of the house, but I don't remember. I didn't live there, therefore I have no comments about the photo, no experience connected to the house. I was a child and I was brought to that house to visit the grandparents. I remember that Grandma Paula, my grandfather's second wife, always gave me chocolate and milk with cocoa.