By Roger V. Lucy
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In such circumstances, my parents would not even consider sending me abroad. And really, there would have been no point. As the political situation deteriorated, so did my prospects of ﬁnding a job. Somehow, however, we had to plan to continue to survive. Life before the Holocaust 15 After careful deliberation, my friend Sári Feldheim and I decided to learn dressmaking. On September 15, 1938, with the streets crowded with returning students, we took our places at the sewing machines. It pained me to change my plans in this way, but once I had made my choice I applied myself diligently to this new profession.
Ignac Klarmann, nee Maria Szmuk) and Dad (Ignác Klärmann). Behind them, from left to right: Ibi, Magda, Duci, Erzsi and myself. Life before the Holocaust 21 22 Staying Human through the Holocaust My home on Spiru Haret Street. We were taken to the ghetto from its second ﬂoor corner apartment. Life before the Holocaust 23 We, the four sisters: Erzsi, Ibi, myself, and Magda. 24 Staying Human through the Holocaust At the end of the 1930s and the beginning of the 1940s, we lived as secluded a life as possible.
A few months later, when we had been dragged off to a concentration camp, I met deported Polish women. They pointed out to me that since 1939 they had been involved in a life and death struggle in ghettos and concentration camps while we Hungarian Jews were still able to move about freely. Instead of thinking about a way to resist, we had only been living for the present. And they were right. Later I thought about it often: where did we go wrong? What could we have done in the circumstances? Could we really have done anything?
1935 Armoured Car in Canadian Service by Roger V. Lucy