I contacted you some months ago, asking you to help me with my search for my
grandfather and his family.
I've been investigating now for more than 30 years, the last 5 of them very
intensely. I learned a lot, and I collected plenty of material.
In the end, I was looking for my uncle, because he was told to be the
closest living relative to my grandfather and me. After having written to
you I learned that some information was inprecise. Luckily I could find out
in different archives the precise data, finally. One says that there are no
miracles; but I learned that there are: One week ago I found my uncle and
his wife - and simultaneously three cousins. What I knew about the tragic
faith of my grandfather, Dr. Erno SCHWARCZ, sadly turned out to be true: he
was killed, together with his younger son, in a December's night in 1944 in
Budapest >from Hungarian nazis ("Kreuzpfeiler").
I'm thankful and endlessly happy now, that I found my uncle and my cousins!
I would like to thank you for your advices and all the mails.
I wish you all the best,