PRLog - Aug. 19, 2009 - The family was forced to relocate, and its members suffered through terrible times of fear, poverty and starvation. Eventually, Erzsebet and her family were torn asunder by cultural and generational differences, rooted in a time of great political upheaval and revolution.
A Hungarian Woman's Life
Read the harrowing life story of the author, as she retells the horrors of her past. She survived life under German and Soviet occupation, experienced the bombing of her hometown, and then fled with her first husband to America after the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. Her miraculous story of survival is a testament to all those who weathered the Nazi storm and its aftermath.
In A Hungarian Woman’s Life, she writes of the joy of living in America, after suffering the depredations of wartime Europe and the Communist rule that followed. She warns that a free society can quickly lose its freedoms.
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About the Author:
Erzsebet Kertesz Dobosi Croll worked as an interior designer and cosmetologist after moving to the United States following the Hungarian Revolution. She has two grown children from her first marriage. After the death of first husband, a leader of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, she married her second husband, Dr. Donald L. Croll. They now live in Sun City Center, Florida. This is her first published book.
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