This is my father Ignac Gohman. This photo was taken in Mukacevo in 1926, my father was photographed on his birthday. This is the only miraculously preserved photograph of my father during World War II.
This is my mother Eszter Gohman (nee Berghida). This photograph was taken in Mukacevo in 1921, before my parents’ wedding. My mother gave it to my father as a token of love. My brother and I found this photo in the storeroom of our parents’ half-ruined house in Mukachevo when we returned from a concentration camp in 1945. This is the only miraculously preserved during World War II photograph of my mother.
This is me, Tibor Gohman (standing on the left) with my brothers. My older brother Miklos is standing on my right and my younger brother Adalbert (in the foreground, on the right). My father photographed us during a walk in a Mukacevo park on a sunny day in 1934.
This is me, Tibor Gohman (on the right) with my older brother Miklos. We were close friends and when Miklos received his first salary, he invited me to a photo shop to be photographed for the memory. This photo was taken in Munkacs in 1943.
This is me, Tibor Gohman (on the right, wearing a military uniform of a soldier of the Soviet army), and my older brother Miklos Gohman. This photo was taken in Uzhhorod in 1953 when I came home in Mukachevo on leave from the army in the Far East. Miklosh and I were photographed so that I could show this photograph to my wife Valentina Novikova who was waiting for me in Vladivostok.
My wife Valentina Gohman (nee Novikova) with daughter Natalia (on the right) and son Victor. I had this photograph taken in a photo shop in Vladivostok on my son’s fifth birthday in 1961. I sent one photo to my brother Miklos in Uzhhorod.
This is my family: me, Tibor Gohman (sitting on the right), with my wife Valentina. Our children are standing: son Victor and daughter Natalia. We were photographed just for the memory during a family walk in Uzhhorod on a Sunday 1970, and we just happened to drop by a photo shop.
This is me, Tibor Gohman (on the right), my wife Valentina and granddaughter Tatania Gohman . This photo was taken near our home in Uzhhorod in 1997, before Tatania’s prom at school. A photographer was invited to photograph school graduates and their parents who were dressed up for the prom.
This is me, Tibor Gohman, at home in Uzhhorod. There is a camp number on my left arm. This photo was taken in Uzhhorod in 2003 after the interview.
Тибор Гохман живет со своей женой Валентиной в простой двухкомнатной квартире в девятиэтажном доме, построенном в 1970-х годах, в новом районе Ужгорода. В квартире много хорошо сохранившейся мебели 1970-х годов. У них дома чисто и уютно. Посетители могут увидеть много комнатных растений в квартире – они стоят на полу, на подоконниках и на многочисленных полках. Заниматься комнатными растениями – хобби жены Тибора. Они очень любят друг друга. Он спортивный, очень высокий и немного молчаливый, а его жена невысокая, полненькая и всегда улыбается. Тибор лаконичен и краток, но любит пошутить. У него густые вьющиеся волосы с седыми прядями и яркие, юные глаза, которые скрывают его возраст и жизненный опыт. Ему очень идет его любимый наряд – джинсы и свитер.
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