This photo shows my mother, Helena (right) and her sister Greta (left) at a masquerade ball. The photo was taken when my mother was young, around the beginning of the 1920s.
My mother's sister Greta lived with her husband, Perl, who was a typographer. They had two children, a son named Tibor, and a daughter, Olina. They lived on Dunajska [Danube] Street. They deported them all. My cousin Tibor was sent to Bergen-Belsen, where he luckily survived the war. My mother's sister Greta was also lucky, she survived the concentration camp.