Hungarian interview - Pearl Sojnocki, Eugene Ruzsa, Helen Ruzsa

MHSO, and Susan Papp-Zubrits, Hungarian interview - Pearl Sojnocki, Eugene Ruzsa, Helen Ruzsa, 1979.

View this document at Alouette Canada: Hungarian interview - Pearl Sojnocki, Eugene Ruzsa, Helen Ruzsa

Document Record
Creator MHSO
Susan Papp-Zubrits
Title Hungarian interview - Pearl Sojnocki, Eugene Ruzsa, Helen Ruzsa
Published MHSO, and Susan Papp-Zubrits, Hungarian interview - Pearl Sojnocki, Eugene Ruzsa, Helen Ruzsa, 1979.
Identifier nlc-bnc.bvas.nlc-bnc.bvas.hungarian.98
Subject Sojnocki, Pearl; Ruzsa, Eugene; Ruzsa, Helen
Hungarian Canadian
Oral history
Language English
Hungarian
Media Audio
Contributor Alouette Canada
Description Pearl Sojnocki explains why her father, Reverend Ruzsa came to Canada from Hungary. She talks about the conditions and organization of Presbyterian churches and representation of the Hungarian community. Pearl Sojnocki and Eugene Ruzsa offer personal memories about Rev. Ruzsa. Helen Ruzsa talks about immigration, life in Canada, and her parents. She gives information about her role as the wife of a minister. Helen Ruzsa talks about a trip she took to the United States to collect funds for building a church. The three of them talk about life with Rev. Ruzsa, community activities, publishing a book on Hungarian-Canadians, and assistance given to Hungarian refugees in 1956. Eugene Ruzsa discusses his role as an interpreter and assistant at a refugee center in England following the Hungarian Revolution in 1956.
Permanent Link http://search.canadiana.ca/view/alouette.nlc-bnc.bvas.nlc-bnc.bvas.hungarian.98