This map shows where Kati was during the war.
She was taken from her home in Sáránd and forced to walk to the Berettyóújfalu ghetto, then on to Nagyvárad/Oradea's large ghetto. From there, freight trains took the Jews in crowded cattle cars to Auschwitz II-Birkenau, in Poland. Nine weeks later, Kati was lucky to be selected to work in a munitions factory in Allendorf, Germany. After liberation, she lived at the Fritzlar Air Base and little town of Zennern, Germany, until she was able to emigrate.
Click on markers on the map for additional information about the location and its significance in Kati's life