To See You Again: A True Story of Love in a Time of War
Thorndike Press, 1999 - 471 Seiten
"Will you love me always just as you love me now?" I asked. "Always", he promised. With these words, Betty Markowitz and Richie Kovacs pledged their hearts to each other forever. They met as children in 1939 in Budapest, and fell in love as teenagers amid the terror of a world at war, confident that their love could survive even Hitler. Separated from Richie by the Nazis in 1944, Betty vowed she would find him. But it would be thirty years and a lifetime of pain, love, loss, and joy before she did.
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Budapest, the merged city formed by the joining of the two ancient cities of Buda
and Pest, was a showcase of the rococo architecture the Hapsburgs had made
famous throughout the Austro-Hungarian Empire. There were buildings along the
There was always the chance that the punishing bombings would take out one of
the bridges between Buda and Pest, and then we would be stuck and unable to
get back home in time. Richie grabbed me to him for a quick, desperate kiss.
Fishers Bastion, a Budapest landmark, is set atop a hill in Buda overlooking the
Danube. Friends and I played hide and seek here as children and later Ritchie
and I came here to admire the spectacular views. (Courtesy Hulton Getty I Liaison
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LibraryThing ReviewNutzerbericht - CarolBurnett - LibraryThing
Had me in tears - not only because of the love story, but more because of the sadness I feel that so many people had to endure such atrocities. More of today's generation should read books about the Holocaust so that these people are remembered. Vollständige Rezension lesen
LibraryThing ReviewNutzerbericht - anieva - LibraryThing
How could this book not be one easily found in a bookstore? You probably have to go on-line to find this one, but it's worth it if you love a great, absorbing read. It's very romantic. Will the lovers ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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