Vöröskeresztes embermentők : a Wesselényi utcai szükségkórház és a gettókórházak helytállása, 1944-1945 (Book, 1992) [WorldCat.org]
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Vöröskeresztes embermentők : a Wesselényi utcai szükségkórház és a gettókórházak helytállása, 1944-1945
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Vöröskeresztes embermentők : a Wesselényi utcai szükségkórház és a gettókórházak helytállása, 1944-1945

Author: János Botos; Szabolcs Szita
Publisher: [Budapest] : Magyar Ellenállók és Antifasiszták Szövetsége, 1992.
Series: Antifasiszta füzetek.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Hungarian
Summary:
Surveys the fate of the Jewish hospitals in Budapest in 1944. Following the German occupation in March 1944, the SS took over two Jewish hospitals (on Szabolcs Street and Amerikai Street), and the doctors and patients were transferred to quarters on Wesselenyi Street and Bethlen Square. These were protected by the Red Cross. From October 1944, ca. 20 more emergency hospitals were created by the Red Cross, both in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: János Botos; Szabolcs Szita
OCLC Number: 233979012
Language Note: In Hungarian, with summaries in Hungarian, French, English, German, and Russian.
Description: 41 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Series Title: Antifasiszta füzetek.
Responsibility: [írta és összeállította, Botos Janos ; lektorálta és szerkesztette, Szita Szabolcs].

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Surveys the fate of the Jewish hospitals in Budapest in 1944. Following the German occupation in March 1944, the SS took over two Jewish hospitals (on Szabolcs Street and Amerikai Street), and the doctors and patients were transferred to quarters on Wesselenyi Street and Bethlen Square. These were protected by the Red Cross. From October 1944, ca. 20 more emergency hospitals were created by the Red Cross, both in and outside the ghetto, where thousands of patients were treated and the persecuted were given protection. Notes that during the siege of Budapest, in January 1945, the Red Cross also treated Hungarian and German soldiers, as well as Nazis. In May 1945 the hospital on Wesselenyi Street was returned to its original site in Szabolcs Street.

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