From the content broadcast on October 6.
When Károly Knežić was executed on October 6, 1849, two young girls were left behind, completely orphaned by 1853 after their mother collapsed over the loss of her husband. Thanks to the dusty owner, the children received a good education and were not lost. Today, there are 150 (!) descendants of the two little girls, who regularly hold family meetings and, if they can, go to Arad to lay wreaths. Among them are a university professor, an architect, and an engineer, but the creator of the Egri bikavér was also a descendant of Knézich. We visited Tószeg, near Szolnok, where Béla Szinyei, retired chief engineer of Jász-Nagykun-Szolnok County, has organized a family museum in honor of his great-grandfather, which he and his brother, agronomist András Szinyei, deputy mayor of Hatvan, showed.
Location – Kossuth Rádió – Friday, October 6, at 11:05 am
Host: Rudolf Burkert
Editor: Maria Wagner
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