The last address I have for the Jewish Community Office is: Gutenberg Contact info for Jewish communities is also on the Hungarian webpage
The Great Synagogue is not to be missed. On the wall in the foyer are the
list of those who perished in the Holocaust. I can't remember the hours
during which it's open but the man collecting the entry fee, Tamas, is
knowledgeable and speaks english.
As well, just around the corner, in the community centre, there is
congregate dining and a kosher lunchroom available to the elderly
of the once 5000 strong Jewish population of Szeged. if you speak
I'm sure you can gain some valuable in formation.
referred to earlier by Gabor Hirsch.
Please contact me off line if you need more info.
Searching for SHONTHAL, KULPIN, KOHN (Godollo) , KLEIN, ADAM, GRUNHAUT,
Subject: Searching for SCHWARZ in Szeged
From: "Ed Zwieback" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, 12 May 2006 14:22:45 -0700
I'm searching for the family of Max SCHWARZ, born about 1850
and living in Szeged in 1913. His location is based on Max SCHWARZ
a surviving brother in the Vienna death record of his brother Leopold.
Is there a Jewish Community Office in Szeged that I could contact