National Geographic : 1957 Mar
433 Father Shoulders His Worldly Goods and Leads His Brood into the Unknown Escaping hurriedly, this family carried only two small pieces of luggage. Burlap sack and stenciled grip were obtained later in Austria's Wiener Neu stadt camp. Here the four enter the West Station in Vienna for a train to Munich. Wife Kl6ra marched in the Budapest women's demonstration in defiance of Soviet tanks. Seven year-old daughter Suzy (written Zsuzsi in Hun garian) marched with her mother and saw men killed by machine guns. Son Fritzi at one year cannot understand what mother wants him to do now. He is not eating right or sleeping right, but nothing daunts him. I accompanied this family on its flight overseas (pages 434-5). Both children behaved like sea soned travelers; Fritzi cried only once. +Happy with milk, roll, and frankfurter, Suzy rides the train to Munich. Eager to learn English, she already calls me "my Bob."