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.