By Erzsebet Kertesz Dobosi Croll
Little Erzsebet Kertesz used to be only a baby whilst she and her family members of 8 have been uprooted from their tiny village domestic in japanese Transylvania. The onset of global struggle II might strength the kinfolk to relocate, discomfort via occasions of worry, poverty, and hunger. finally, Erzsebet and her relatives have been torn asunder via cultural and generational alterations introduced upon through radical political upheavals.
Read the harrowing existence tale of writer Erzsebet Kertesz Dobosi Croll as she retells the horrors of her prior dwelling below German and Soviet career, experiencing the bombing of her place of birth, and fleeing along with her first husband to the United States after the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. those who were refugees will relate to this incredible tale of survival. those that haven't will empathize with the tens of hundreds of thousands of fellows, ladies and youngsters who have been pressured to renounce their houses – and, occasionally, their lives – whereas below the constrained freedoms of a Communist government.
About the writer:
Erzsebet Kertesz Dobosi Croll has labored as an inside fashion designer and cosmetologist seeing that relocating to the us after the Hungarian Revolution. She has grown kids from her first husband and, after he died, married her moment husband, Donald. They now dwell in sunlight urban middle, Florida. A Hungarian Woman’s existence is her first released book.
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A Hungarian Woman's Life by Erzsebet Kertesz Dobosi Croll