Ignac Neubauer’s mother, Fanni Neubauer and his stepfather Gedale Fixler.
This is me, Ignaz Neubauer (sitting from the left). Sitting on my right, a little behind, is my brother Dezso, standing behind him is our brother Marton with his head bandaged. Sitting beside me in the center is my cousin Marius Preise, my mother brother Pinchas’ son. Beside us are our friends – Jewish boys. Sitting from the right is Moricz Gross, standing is Gersh Lebovich. We were photographed for the memory. This photo was taken in Malaya Dobron in 1940, my mother managed to preserve it during WWII, which was a miracle.
This is me, Ignaz Neubauer, photographed by a friend of mine whom I bumped into. He had just bought a camera and photographed all indiscriminately. We met in Uzhgorod on the embankment of the Uzh River in 1939. My acquaintance, who photographed us, kept this photo, and he gave it to me after WWII in 1946.
This is me, Ignaz Neubauer, on the left, with my friend Moishe Schenberger near the synagogue in Uzhgorod. We were photographed by our friend in spring 1940.
This is me, Ignaz Neubauer, on the left, beside me on a bicycle – a plumber from Uzhgorod, a Jew, whose surname was Preis. I stopped to talk with him in one of the streets in summer, when my colleague passing by photographed us.
This is our wedding photograph. This is me and my wife Lubov Neubauer. This photo was taken in a photo shop in Uzhgorod in 1957.
My wife Lubov Neubauer at the River Uzh embankment, near the school where she worked. We were having a stroll and I took this photograph. This photo was taken in Uzhgorod in 1970.
This is our family at the wedding of my niece Rita (my wife older sister Anna’s daughter). This is me, Ignaz Neubauer, and my wife Lubov Neubauer in the upper row. The lower row from left to right: my son Alik Neubauer, my wife’s sister Donia Kerzhner holding my daughter Marina Neubauer, the bride Rita and the bridegroom Alexandr Bertalon, my wife’s sister Anna Kerzhner. 1972. Uzhgorod, the Palace of nuptials.
This is me. This photograph was taken for my passport in Uzhgorod, 1974.
This is me with my niece Erika (my sister Hermina Spiegel’s daughter and her husband Grisha Goldman photographed in a photo shop in commemoration of my visit to Israel in 1985.
This is me at work in the garment shop in 1980, Uzhgorod. My colleague who had just bought a camera, photographed me as a surprise.
This is me. This photograph was taken for my passport, Uzhgorod, 2003.
My sister Hermina Spiegel (nee Neubauer) during our reunion in Budapest in 1985.
This is me, Ignaz Neubauer, my wife Lubov Neubauer and our grandson Robert. 1995. Uzhgorod, it is Robert’s birthday party at our home, he turned 6, my wife made a birthday cake, we are waiting for the guests; our daughter Marina photographed us.
This is my family: from left to right: my wife Lubov Neubauer, my grandson Robert, my daughter Marina, my niece Yudita, my sister Hermina’s daughter. This photograph was taken during my niece’s visiting us, when she arrived in Uzhgorod from Israel in 1996.
Ignac Neubauer este un bărbat uscățiv şi scund cu un păr des şi cărunt. Vorbește limba rusă cu un accent maghiar pronunțat şi des folosește cuvinte de origine maghiară. În pofida faptului că Ignac suferă de o boală grea, şi a trecut prin două atacuri de cord şi două intervenții chirurgicale, el este foarte sociabil şi a acceptat cu plăcere să ofere acest interviu şi să povestească istoria familiei sale. Ignac locuiește cu fiica sa mai mică într-un apartament cu trei odăi, într-o casă modernă dintr-un cartier mai nou al orașului Ujgorod. După decesul soției sale el consideră că este foarte important să fie primit şi dorit în familia sa. Ignac cumpără produse şi îi place să pregătească bucate. El petrece mult timp cu nepotul său Robert. Cei doi împărtășesc același sentiment de dragoste şi afecțiune unul față de altul.
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