Interview with Elisabeth Bekes, EFL Teacher and So Much More!

By Sharyn Collins
Elizabeth, you continue to have an extraordinary and fascinating life, could you tell me where it all began? 
I was born in 1952 in Budapest. My sister 17 months later. Although our parents were very happy about starting a family, both my sister and I belonged to the so-called ‘Ratkó children’, named after the Minister of Health, Anna Ratkó, who banned abortions. Less than a decade after World War 2 and only a few years after one-party socialism had been established in Hungary, the country needed a new generation to build the socialist state.
What . . .

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