Budapest safe houses #hungary


Michele Sankar <sankosy@...>
 

Hello -

As more of my grandmother's story unfolds, the more questions come up!

Does anyone know if there is a list or database of safe houses in
Budapest during the Holocaust? My grandmother's family (GLOCKNER)
converted >from Judaism to Catholicism when she was about 5 years old in
1918 or 1919. Somehow (thank G-d), they survived the war without being
found out (bribes?), although my 90-year-old grandmother will not
discuss this and I have know idea what happened.

A couple of addresses where my newly married grandmother and her parents
resided were Iranyi utca and Saru utca, although I'm not sure which one
was during the war years. There may be another address as well, which
I'll have to confirm. If anyone knows whether these streets were in
"safe zones", or if there is a list I can cross-check, I would be most
grateful.

Sincerely,

Michele Sankar

Searching:

GLOCKNER/GABOR - Budapest
GLOCKNER, BECK - Somogy megye
WEINBERGER - Baja (Bacs-Bodrog)
FREUND - Paks (Tolna)
WINTER - Sena/Abauj-Szina (Kosice) & Salgotarjan
HOLLANDER, WIZNER/WISNER, SPITZ - Sena/Abauj-Szina (Kosice)
SEIDNER - Salgotarjan, Budapest

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