In his second novel, Márk Mezei has once again touched on a Jewish theme.
The comic book, made for the 100th anniversary of the birth of Hannah Szenes, has been unveiled, with the publishers hoping to get as many young Hungarians as possible to learn about the story of the Zionist hero.
The Greek Institute in Budapest placed a memorial plaque in memory of the rescue activities of the Nákó and Berg families during the Second World War and the assistance they provided to Raoul Wallenberg at 15 Úri utca, District I, writes kibic.
“I pray every night to be talented,” 15-year-old Hannah Szenes wrote in her diary; she could never have guessed that one day she would be a national hero of Israel.
In Budapest in the 1950s, thousands of Jews were deprived of their homes due to lack of space and then relocated to the countryside, often with inadequate infrastructure.