Geza had two brothers, Miklos and Imre My uncle Miklos became a chemical engineer. Both of them went to study in another country because it was difficult in those days to get into a Hungarian school because they were Jews and there was a quota. The family name was changed from Weisz to Vermes in Livia and Geza were divorced after a few years of marriage.
Free Dating In Miskolc, Hungary
Miskolc's Roma dream of returning to Canada one day - The Budapest Beacon
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Kovacs, John Joseph (Janos Joseph)
It is as if they had no heart at all. There is nothing left for us but to flee from here as soon as possible. Our greatest problem now is residence. We do not know where we could go from here, and we certainly do not want our children to wind up in a state orphanage. Yet, if we cannot secure a permanent residence, the state will take them away.
It contains an introduction by Binyamin Beni Friedman, the author and initiator, and an anonymous list of people looking for a match, in which they describe themselves and what they are looking for in a partner. It is unclear whether this notice was handed out in public, printed as part of a publication, or posted around the town. It is written in Yiddish and printed mostly in script resembling Rashi script tsur. The notice describes the wedding candidates according to the following criteria: financial situation, dowry status, specifications of prospective partners, profession, age, physical appearance, religious status, lineage, and personality traits. It seems to have been aimed at the Orthodox community.