Personal narrative of Eva Mezey (née Spitzer) regarding her life with special emphasis on her pre-World War II years and in Hungary during the Holocaust where many family members perished.
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- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Eva Spitzer Mezey
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Also in Eva Spitzer Mezey collection
Contains materials documenting the experiences of Eva Spitzer Mezey during the Holocaust. Some of these materials may be combined into a single collection in the future.
Collection of photographs and copy prints documenting the Spitzer family from Aba, Hungary, as well as the wedding photo of Holocaust survivors Eva Spitzer and Lawrence Mezey (donor’s parents) who met after WWII while working for UNRRA in Vienna, Austria. Includes postcards and correspondence written by George (Gyuri) Fenyves (Eva Spitzer Mezey’s first husband) who was ordered into a Hungarian forced labor battalion and died on the front outside of Stalingrad; and letters from Jenö Spitzer (Eva’s brother), Dr. Vilmos Spitzer (Eva’s father), and Sandor Fenyves.