Another very serious consequence of the Hungarian's coming is we do not accept anymore Jewish children in the high schools. Now, that was a big problem with parents who have that aged children. So, what should they do? They came up with an idea. Those who had money traveled to larger towns and went to private schools. No problem, right, living there. But most of the parents didn't have that money, and their idea was how about registering our children in those other cities. Preparing them with tutors at home, and they will go at the end of the semester and take the exams. So they needed tutors. I became a big tutor, because I spoke Hungarian, I had already my baccalaureate which is finishing of high school. So here I worked with students all day long, having them in groups, two or three, so they don't have to pay too much. We had no school material. We didn't even have a blackboard. But those kids studied so hard that everyone passed what they went at the end of the semester. So this went on for one to two years, meanwhile should I help my brother doing the drawings, he worked in the movie house, he had to do the posters, all kinds of advertisements. So here this was a 1940, you remember the movies, well, you don't know the Hungarian movies, but you know the movies which came from Hollywood, 40s, I forgot what it was, when they were. But when the American movies came big city, I had to help out, and the cashier gave tickets for all my friends. So in 1940, I help my brother. Usually when the movie came, he had the big drawing, and advertisement. He made the letters. I fit the letters. And I learned to do the letters. The letters, once you know, think of the graffiti people, wants to know the letters, you can make them colorful, you can make them cry, you can make them being in the rain or wind, whatever you want. So I learned a lot. And that helped me very much because two years later, they started to draft the young Jewish men, and sending them to the front to fight together with the Hungarians and the Germans, against the Russians, because by then they had already occupied, the enter go with the Poland, and they went on their way to Russia. So, [COUGH] let me see, where did I say? You always remind me. [LAUGH] So, in 1943, two years later, he was drafted. And this was a great sad thing for the family, because it was a good salary. So, I remember my brother went to the manager of the movie house and he said, well, I know you need another draftsman. My little sister is a very good, as witness I am. Take her. So he took me and now I had two jobs. I was 20 years old, I had two jobs and I supported the family. And I worked very, very hard. But the fact that I can do this was very good, indeed. My brother helped me out before he left, he made me sketches of the ten coming movies. And with all the advertisements came from the movie houses, so I had copies, I had plans. Well, after ten more films, I learned the trades. And now, I was pretty comfortable in the two jobs were very, very hard. So meanwhile, the war went on. It was now what they have done, they're the Nazis, how they occupied one country to the other. And by 1940, 41, 42, they had occupied already Poland. They had entered Soviet Union. They had occupied France. And wherever they went, wherever they went, they made it very hard for Jews, it's obvious. Because they were allies, the Hungarians, allies with the Germans. And they started killing people, and where ever they had villages and they might kill them all. I remember, I knew often which students to pull and to show them the camps and to show them the mass graves and this is when I found out how many mass graves there are in Poland. Much before this was killing by bullets, dying by bullets, before they had camps. So indeed, this is what they did. By 1942, in the killing zone like this, in a village, they would say tomorrow morning, all the Jews to be in on the center square and then they would chase them in the nearby forest. This is what they showed us, those forests. They asked the man right to big, big, big grave, mass grave and they machine gunned them, there is a book even called Holocaust by Bullets, this is way before they started with the big camps. By 1942, the leaders of the German people said we don't like this way of killing Jews. We don't like. Everybody sees it, they know what happens. The soldiers don't really like to kill women and children, they don't like it. So we have to do something in secret so people wouldn't know. And this is when they had the big meeting in Berlin where they decided on the final solution. You know probably what the final solution is? They said, from now on, whatever we will do will be secret. People would not know. Soldiers wouldn't see what happens. And the final solution if you know and I know you know, consisted of three elements. One elements was all the cities and villages who have Jews will have make a ghetto, and we'll separate the Jews from the rest of the population. Ghettos, number one, and their program. So we have them in one place. And we have their belongings and their hopes. Number two, we are not going to killing them there where they are. We are going to transport them. We are going to deport them to specialized places for killing. And number three, we are going to kill them in certain places where it's sure that they will be killed and started to build camps.