A Memoir In C-Minor

By Agnes Karpathi
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When the German armies occupied Hungary in 1944, they easily found Hungariansthe Arrowcross partyeager to do their dirty work for them. Agnes Karpathi works in Budapest as a nurse in the protected homes for orphaned and abandoned children, noting all the evil going on around her. And her beloved Oskar, a Swedish diplomat, accompanies Raoul Wallenberg, one of the Holocausts righteous gentiles, behind the Soviet lines as the war is ending...

This is for those that cannot tell their stories, says the author. It is for the memory of those perished.

About the Author

Agnes Karpathi obtained her bachelors degree in foreign languages and art. She is a native of Hungary, and she currently resides in Michigan.

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Published: 2010
Page Count: 194