World War II, Novi Sad, 1942
Grandparents’ Driveway

Grandparents’ Driveway

Novi Sad, Serbia, May 24, 2009. This is the driveway that led to what was the front door of my grandparents’ home, and also where they were killed in a 3-day massacre on January 21, 1942. It is now a children’s school with another entrance.
Novi Sad Synagogue

Novi Sad Synagogue

Novi Sad, May 24, 2009. One of the stairways inside of the large Jewish Synagogue in Novi Sad, Yugoslavia, that leads up to the women’s seating area. This is where my grandparents worshipped.
Door to Grandparents’ Home

Door to Grandparents’ Home

Novi Sad, Serbia, May 24, 2009. These are the steps and what was the front door of my grandparents’ home, and also where they were killed in a 3-day massacre on January 21, 1942. It is now a children’s school with another entrance.
Dad, Grandmother & Imre

Dad, Grandmother & Imre

A 1913 photograph of my grandmother Lenke Roth, with my father George as a baby, and my uncle Imre.
Painted Flower at My Grandparents’ Home

Painted Flower at My Grandparents’ Home

Novi Sad, May 24, 2009. This flower is painted in the driveway of what was my grandparents’ home, and also where they were killed in a 3-day massacre on January 21, 1942. It is now a children’s school.
Window at My Grandparents’ Home

Window at My Grandparents’ Home

Novi Sad, July 1984. An original etched glass window of an opium poppy in the right hand door leading into a salon room at my grandparents’ home in Novi Sad. They were killed on the doorstep of their home in a massacre in January 1942, along with my great-grandmother and great-uncle.
Grandparents’ Memorial

Grandparents’ Memorial

Novi Sad, Serbia, May 24, 2009. My grandparents’ names on the memorial plaque in Novi Sad, Yugoslavia, dedicated to the victims of the 1942 massacre.