44th National Táncház Festival & Fair • 4–6 April 2025
Starting page: 28
The Transylvanian village of Szék [Sic] during the years of WW II. When German troops, after that the Russian troops marched through the village, the villagers dug bunkers outside of town where several families could spend the nights hiding. Sometimes they hid in the surrounding hills, or went to friends’ places off the main road hoping to hide their daughters from the soldiers, and not to find their own homes totally ransacked when they returned... Another selection from Kocsis Rózsi’s memoires (born in Szék 1932/died 1999), by Juhos Kiss Sándor, Juhos-Kiss János