A Hungarian Jew Looks Back: A Personal Account of the Pre-World War II Times and the War Years
Contains information about Robert Winkler's childhood; family experiences and national events in Hungary during the war years; the German occupation of 1944; Winkler's forced labor in Hungary; escape and capture; forced service with a Gestapo unit; re-escape and "passing" with false identification as a Hungarian gentile; service as a "gentile" in the Hungarian army; liberation by the Red Army. Also included is a postscript with information about the subsequent fate of some of the people mentioned in the memoir.
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