Notes to book
The Jewish gate, c1929
Ungar house (3rd from right) c 1929
The house where Hermann Ungar was born, Zborovska ulice 11, 1964
Plaque on Hermann Ungar's house
Inside the Boskovice synagogue. The walls were damaged, particularly during World War 2. Now being restored, the murals date back to 1540.
Richard Kohn, probably in Jemnice (Jamnitz) where the family lands were. His family were rich farmers. He married Margarete Ungar by proxy in order to start a new life in Canada. Unfortunately, like many Czech Jews, he left it too late and he was shot in Brno Castle in 1942.
The Jewish graveyard in Boskovice where Hermann Ungar's grandfather and other relatives are buried.
Boskowitz, Marketplace c1900 with town hall in centre
Approaching the Jewish Gate, 2012
The site overlooked by the Stransky parents house
The house where Hermann Ungar was born, Zborovska ulice 11, 1986
Emil Ungar, Hermann's father, 1900
Details of the synagogue murals.
Richard Kohn, Herman''s first cousin
Boskovice Town Hall, November 2012
TInside the Jewish Quarter, 2012
"Placzekgasse", chalk drawing by Jaroslav Dvoracek, 1974
Hermann Ungar's house in 2012
The house where Emil Ungar was born and where he lived before the Kaiser House was bought. Now a bookshop.
The Jewish School in Boskovice
The Boskovice synagogue undergoing restoration.
Hermann's Uncle Ludwig (although Tom Unwin remembers him as Uncle Adolf) and Aunt Tilly Kohn, Richard Kohn's parents. Ludwig was Emil Ungar's brother
The grave of Hermann and Jetty Ungar, Hermann Ungar's grandparents.