Pál Királyhegyi

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From the autobiography "My first two hundred years" (1979)[edit]

" I was always happy to divorce."

"I hurried home, not to miss the Auschwitz Express. I didn't."

"-Where are you taking us? - To the extermination camp. - Finally some good news. When will we get there? - It's hard to tell. It's wartime."

" The journey started with two days of waiting."


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