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'Same here, but never like that. Even enemies don't fight like that, at least not
every day.' 'Don't worry, we just fell out, we'll make it up,' I laughed. He laughed
too. 'We'll manage. But what were we fighting about? In case they ask.' 'Marbles?
These little softies had never fought in their lives, Daddy had never smacked
them, the worst they'd ever had was a pat on the bum from Mummy. The only way
out was to say, 'Look here, you snotty little creeps! We're poor. So bloody what?
The war she should never have begun. The Russians didn't harm us, meant us
no ill. They had no business with Hungary, nor we with them. Hungary has lost a
lot of wars - every war since King Matyas in fact - but never a war like this one.
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BATTLEFIELDS AND PLAYGROUNDSNutzerbericht - Kirkus
A brilliant portrayal of the sufferings of Hungarian Jews during WW II, seen through the raucous and often comic prism of a small boy's stubbornly independent spirit. Jozsef Sondor, six years old in ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
Battlefields and playgroundsNutzerbericht - Not Available - Book Verdict
Jozsef Sondor, the fictional counterpart of Hungarian author Nyiri, gives an impassioned first-person account of life beginning in prewar Hungary, where he spent his early childhood with his ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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