Muncipality of Kistarcsa Város Önkormányzata
The Muncipality of Kistarcsa Város Önkormányzata took part in the Bridging Generations project through producing four videos and one research document.
Bela Zsolt Gergely - Involvement of Kistarcsa in the Second World Wargergely_bela_zsolt_involvement_of_wwii_kistarcsa.pdf (127.5 KiB)
Yossef Ben Nun (1931)
Mr Yossef (Yossi) Ben Nun was born József Bienenstock into a religious, traditional Jewish family in the neighbourhood of the infamous Teleki square market, in the eighth district, the second most Jewish area of Budapest, Hungary. He tells of the atrocities he faced and of the work he had to undertake in order to provide for his family as a child.
"The Sister of the Gendarmes"
Rozsa Farkas (1934)
Mrs Rózsa Farkas was born in the countryside. When she was 8 years old she was sent to Budapest to an aunt. This is how she survived acting as a Christian and under a false identity.
"Oral History of the Good War"
Zoltán Dömötör (1934)
Mr Zoltán Dömötör was 5 years old when WWII broke out. His father was a reservist and a Levente-trainer, so was very actively and professionally involved in the Hungarian politics of the time. His story speaks of the trials his family had to face during and after the end of WWII.
"Tween with Corpses"
Ferenc Reisler (1933)
Mr Ferenc Reisler was born into a traditional secular Jewish family in the neighbourhood of the infamous Teleki square market, in the eighth district, the second most Jewish area of Budapest, Hungary.His story talks about his fight for survival and his effort to provide for his mother and sister.