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Piroska Hamos. March 28, 2012 Honors World History 4 th Hour. Hungary. Many cities were destroyed but the worst was the capital, Budapest. Also, the Great Depression deteriorated the standard of living. during this time men were forced to labor in Hungary. Slums in Budapest.

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piroska hamos

Piroska Hamos

March 28, 2012

Honors World History

4th Hour

hungary
Hungary
  • Many cities were destroyed but the worst was the capital, Budapest. Also, the Great Depression deteriorated the standard of living.
  • during this time men were forced to labor in Hungary.
  • Slums in Budapest
political aspects
Political Aspects
  • On October 31, 1918, the Hungarian Democratic Republic was created by a revolution that started in Budapest. Mihály Károlyi was named as the republic’s prime minister. This event marked the independence of Hungary which had been ruled by the Hapsburg Monarchy for several centuries.
  • Prime Minister Mihály Károlyi
religious aspects
Religious Aspects
  • After the passing of the first anti-Jewish law in 1938, several Jews converted to Christianity. This number reached almost 5,000.
  • An Anglican church in Budapest, Hungary during the 1930s
economic aspects
Economic Aspects
  • Soon after World War I the country of Hungary faced an economic decline. Throughout the 1930s to the 1940s Hungary’s economy benefited from trade.
  • This was Hungary’s currency during the 1940s. It’s called the forint.
education
Education
  • Piroska Hamos attended several schools in Hungary. She went to four different elementary schools and she went to middle school in Dohany Street. She made excellent grades.
popular books
Popular Books
  • Sandor Marai was a famous writer during Piroska Hamos’ life. His most famous book was called Embers.
  • Embers, Sandor Marai’s most famous book
family photos
Family Photos
  • Imre Hahn, (middle) Piroska’s husband with his sisters
  • Piroska Hamos (middle) with her sisters
family photos1
Family Photos
  • Piroska with her husband and baby girl
  • Piroska as a baby
family photos2
Family Photos
  • Imre, Piroska’s husband, with their daughters
  • Piroska and Imre on their wedding day
timeline
Timeline

Born in Balassagyarmat, Etel in ovar

1912

1929

She Married Imre

Piroska was taken to a concentration camp in Hungary

1944

1955

Her granddaughter was born

1920

Her mother commited suicide

1945

Piroska was freed

1934

When Jews first became unwanted

1971

Piroska retired