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Laszlo Kadar

Following World War II, the Soviet Union was the “liberator” of Hungary, forcing communism on the Hungarian people, whose lives were made miserable. Such a Lucky Boy is the true story of the plight and hardship of one orthodox Jewish family living in a provincial city in Hungary

In October 1945, a one-year-old boy was abandoned in a freight car at a railroad station in a small Hungarian town. The events of this book are based on the life of the author, who was that abandoned baby, and the lives of the loving family who adopted him. Laszlo Kadar grew up during the turbulent years of post World War II Hungary.

Laszlo’s life was complicated by the philosophy of his religious father, which was in direct opposition to the philosophy of his Communist teachers. They promised the “good life” and a great future without religion.

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