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Thomas Komoly

Thomas Komoly was born in Budapest, Hungary in 1936 where he lived and survived the Holocaust. His studies in engineering post-war were interrupted by the Hungarian Uprising of 1956, which enabled him to escape from behind the Iron Curtain. As a refugee in Austria, he obtained a scholarship to study in Britain, and received a master’s degree, leading to research in academia and a career in the chemical industry. He retired in 1998 and became a consultant in the design of laboratories, publishing a book on this topic, subsequently engaged very actively in Holocaust education delivering his own testimony, for which he was awarded the British Empire Medal (BEM) by the late Queen. He and his wife live in Cheshire.

Thomas Komoly
Author's Books
Orphans of the Holocaust

Orphans of the Holocaust tells the remarkable true story of Ottó Komoly, a Hungarian-Jewish engineer and Zionist leader who helped save thousands of Jewish lives during the Holocaust. As head of the Budapest Aid and Rescue Committee, Komoly worked tirelessly to assist Polish and Slovakian Jews to e...

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