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Famous soccer clubs prewar; snowy Szeged; sightseeing

Film | Digitized | Accession Number: 2019.432 | RG Number: RG-60.7069 | Film ID: 4446

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    Famous soccer clubs prewar; snowy Szeged; sightseeing


    Soccer matches before the Holocaust at the stadium in Szeged, including Lajos Baróthy and Ferenc Langfelder.

    01:30 Postwar, woman and toddler Kati Pető (born 1946) leave their home for a sleigh ride in the snowy city sidewalks.

    Touring ruins (color) in Athens, Operetta theater, postwar 1960s. Film ends 02:49
    Event:  approximately 1947
    Event:  1960
    Szeged, Hungary
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Dr. Katalin Pető
    Camera Operator: György Pető
    György Pető (Dec 20, 1906-1971) was a talented violin player, photographer, and class lottery businessman in the southern Hungarian city of Szeged. He began making 8mm films in 1938. Pető was first in a Jewish forced labor company in Kiszombor in 1940. After returning home, Pető married Eva Lengyel (d. 1970) on September 8, 1941. They had a son, András, on October 3, 1943. Pető was again transported to the Ukraine with another forced labor batallion, where he was captured, and imprisoned in a Soviet POW camp near Zaporozje. He escaped somehow and returned to Szeged. The Jews from Szeged, including Eva, baby András, and many Lengyel family members, were deported during the summer of 1944. They were transported to Strasshof and later to Neunkirchen (Austria) where baby András and Eva's mother and father died. Pető’s mother Zseni was killed at Auschwitz. His brother László died. Eva returned to Szeged in 1945; Pető followed one month later. In 1946, Eva and György had a second child, Katalin Pető. When all of Pető’s property was confiscated by the communist regime in Hungary in 1949, he escaped with his family to the city of Budapest where he established himself as viola player in the Budapest Operetta Theater.

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    Film Provenance
    Dr. Katalin Pető authorized the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum to make high-resolution digital scans of the original 8mm films in February 2019. The transfers were completed at the Austrian Filmmuseum in Vienna. Dr. Pető donated digital copies of the 33 films to the Museum's Spielberg Fillm Archive in October 2019.
    Lajos Baróthy is one of the most famous Hungarian soccer players and coaches. He played in Szeged Ak (Athletic Club) from 1928, and in Szeged FC (football club) from 1936-1946. Ferenc Langfelder (1882-1944) was a famous Hungarian soccer referee, president of the board of the referees, and co-president of the Újpest (1926-). Langfelder was killed by the Nazis.

    Ferencvaros is the most famous soccer club.
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    Dr. Katalin Pető
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    Source Archive Number: Reel 15
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    2024-02-21 07:54:09
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