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László Keller | Photos and Documents

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Keller brothers (left to right) Dezső Keller, Miklós Keller, Béla Keller – László’s father.

Béla Keller and Béláné Keller, parents of László Keller in the 1930s.

László’s family: parents and his elder sister.

László’s other relatives (from bottom left) aunt, László’s grandmother, László’s mother, László’s sister and himself.

Edit Keller, László’s elder sister when she was 19.

Margit Swartz, László’s mother a year before deportation.

Edit Keller, László’s sister in 1943.

László’s father and sister in 1940.

Almanac from 1944 of the Mezőcsát school that László attended.

Almanac from 1944 of the Mezőcsát school that László attended.

Students’ record in the almanac from 1944 of the Mezőcsát school that László attended.

Students’ record in the almanac from 1944 of the Mezőcsát school that László attended.

Soldier’s Service and Pay Book that belonged to László.

Soldier’s Service and Pay Book that belonged to László.

Soldier’s Service and Pay Book that belonged to László.

Soldier’s Service and Pay Book that belonged to László.

Mike Terézia and László Keller one year after (in 1951) their wedding.

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