Photo taken in:SydneyYear when photo was taken:1972Country name at time of photo:AustraliaCountry name today:Australia
This picture was taken on the occasion of my second marriage in 1972, in front of the mayor's office in Sydney. My second wife, Sandra Nixon and I are standing in the front. In the first row from right: Ronald Molnar, my son, Peter Molnar, my brother, a friend of mine, Diana Nixon, the younger sister of my wife Sandra, Tom Nixon, Sandra's father. In the 2nd row first from right is Jancsi Reich, then John Molnar, my other brother, Laci Wolf, a lawyer colleague, Peter's girlfriend (the blonde lady) Vivienne Molnar, my daughter and Sandra's mother. My first marriage got ruined mainly because of my wife's parents, and from 1967 we didn't live together. From then on I lived with my present wife, Sandra. But Zsuzsi and I only divorced in 1970. I married Sandra in 1975, but we had been together for eight years by then. My second wife is an angel. Her maiden name is Sandra Nixon, she was born in 1947, she comes from an Australian working-class family, and she isn't Jewish. Her father, Tom Nixon died in 1979. During the war he was an Australian soldier, and he got in Japanese captivity, he was at the Burma Railway, which was a very ugly thing, it was like Auschwitz. Her mother is still alive, the poor thing has Alzheimer, she can hardly recognize anyone, she is 89 years old. I don't remember where Sandra and I got to know each other, we met at some party. My wife was a very skillful secretary. She worked at several places, first at a broker's office, later at the Money Market. She didn't finish high school. She attended a shorthand typist course. She could type very well, quicker than I spoke. Now she does all my work, she has been doing it for a long time. She didn't continue her studies later either, but she educated herself. She is an intelligent woman. She likes to work very much, and she also loves music.