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    Magyar Bronz "Horthy" Vitézségi Érem

    Hungarian Bronze Medal of Bravery on original ribbon. It was also known as "Horthy Medal of Bravery". Designed by sculptor Lajos Berán. On the face: "Vitéz Miklós Horthy of Nagybánya Governor of Hungary" in profile. On the verso: Hungarian coat of arms with the Holy Crown and two crossed swords. Inscription meaning "For Valour". Its ribbon is red with green and white stripes on the edges.

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    Magyar Kisezüst "Horthy" Vitézségi Érem

    Hungarian Silver Medal of Bravery on original ribbon. It was also known as "Horthy Medal of Bravery". Designed by sculptor Lajos Berán.

  • Molnár család

    Molnár család

    A family photo from 1942. Mrs. Dezső Molnár (Judit), Mr. Dezső Molnár, Jenő Molnár (Dedike) and Jucika. Manuscript on the verso: 'To the memory of our love Juci, Jenő, Jucika and Dedike Székesfehérvár 1942.'

  • Ballagási tabló

    Ballagási tabló

    Tableau of the 8th elementary public school in 1942.

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    Női portré

    Bierbauer Margit

    Photo of Margit Bierbauer in 1944.

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    Férfi portré

    (ifj.) Kneifel Ferenc

    Ferenc Kneifel jnr. in military uniform in 1944.

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    Horváth Mária

    Mária Horváth (Katalin's sister) in the courtyard with a bicycle in 1943.

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    Tóth Éva Ilona

    Éva Ilona Tóth (Mrs Dr. Péter Andó) in 1942. Studio photo of a little girl with a teddy.

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    Munkaszolgálatos lapát

    A zsidó legénység a II. világháború alatti munkaszolgálatban vállán fegyver helyett lapátot és gyalogsági ásót „hordott”.

  • Első oldal

    Dr. K. Lajos: Rövid történeti összefoglalás a Váci Zsidóság szenvedéseiről, általános helyzetéről, deportálásáról és pusztulásáról

    Historical summary about Jewry in Vác. In anterior times of German occupation the residence certificates were revoked, or not issued new ones for people. The following was the revision of industrial cards, as well as of citizenship certificates. This action was by several reasons. The aim was the ultimate withdrawal of certificates and documents. Sales contracts and lands also belonged to Deputy Lieutenant’s scope. Finally the Jewish traders and industrialist were disqualified from trading and making of public supply and public needs items. The Baross Alliance tried to de-emphasized Jewish traders. The following was the conscriptions of forced labors by Additional Headquarters in Vác. The KEOH and Foreigners National Control Authority started its running in 1942. The purchasing of documents was more difficult, the birth certificates before 1895 were involved. After 19th of March in 1944 the Jewish population was moved with each other. They were gathered in Kistarcsa internment camp. Later from here they got to Auschwitz. The furnitures and every personalties were annihilated or scattered. Lajos K. reports about these events. Later the whole ghetto was reorganized to ghetto of Monor in a brick yard. The synagogue had been warehouse. Every flats and appartements were open place for free robbery. After liberation the survivors who returned to Vác, the JOINT’s office supported with food and accomodation opportunities. Lajos K. mentions decay of 1800 Jewish people.

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