This is Sandor Nussbaum, the youngest brother of my father. He was born in 1902; he was a bit younger than the others, but he was the only one who turned out to be short of stature. All I know about him, is that near Budapest, in Kelenfold there was a textile factory; he had some kind of manager's post there, but he lived in Budapest. He had studied commerce in Prague. My father met him every year, it was almost obligatory. In 1942 he was called to forced labor. He is said to have been taken to Ukraine, to some labor camp. They took him away, and he never came back. He wasn't married, nothing remained after him. One couldn't obtain papers about him. After the war the documents were recovered, but nobody asked for his documents, so nothing remained of him.