“It was 19 March . I opened a window that overlooked the Danube and I don’t know how I knew, but I suddenly felt that the Germans were marching into Budapest. And there they were marching along the lower embankment. I knew our troubles were beginning.” – Györgyike Haskó
The destruction of Hungarian Jewry
Two Centropa films on Hungary and it’s Jews
Miksa Domonkos was a hero of the First World War, acted as de facto Mayor of the Budapest Ghetto in the Second World War, and was arrested by the Communists afterwards. A little known story of the Holocaust.