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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Robert and Irene Kawamoto
Consists of one memoir, 42 pages, entitled "My Story," written in 2005 by Eva Biro Slott, originally of Szentes, Hungary. She describes her childhood in Hungary, the deaths of her parents in 1931, and living with various relatives. In 1944, she was living in Budapest and writes about the German invasion of Hungary. She was sent to forced labor but was soon released, returned to Budapest, and described life in wartime Budapest. After the war ended, she made her way to the American zone of Germany, reconnected with her brother, who had immigrated to the United States previously and was a member of the American Army, and immigrated to the United States.
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