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My Journey Home

Life After the Holocaust

Zsuzsanna Ozsvath

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In the spring of 1944, nearly 500,000 Jews were deported from the Hungarian countryside and killed in Auschwitz. In Budapest, only 150,000 Jews survived both the German occupation and dictatorship of the Hungarian National Socialists, who took power in October 1944. Zsuzsanna Ozsváth’s family belonged among the survivors. This memoir begins with the the author’s childhood during the Holocaust in Hungary. It captures life after the war’s end in Communist-ruled Hungary and continues with her and her husband’s flight to Germany and eventually the United States. Ozsváth’s poignant story of survival, friendship, and love provides readers with a rare glimpse of an extraordinary journey.

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survival memoir, Budapest, Holocaust, Flight to Germany Post WWII, Hungarian Mathematician, Diaspora, Hungarian National Socialists, survival, Jewish Literature, World War 2, World War II, Holocaust Literature, Holocaust memoir, National Socialists, memoir, Soviet Occupation, WWII, Exile, Post-WWII Hungary, World War Two, European History, Immigrant Literature