In World War I, all the men in the village were called up as soldiers. 56 men entered the service, of which 54 went to the front. 17 were killed on the battlefield and in captivity. Men of military service were also called in during World War II, with the younger being on the front and the older serving in the country. 14 residents died in battle and captivity. Their names - along with those who fell in World War I - are preserved in the marble slabs of the monument to the heroes. The statue stands on the school grounds, made in 1940 by the hungarian János Holdamf, a stonemason from Süttő.
Foto: László Szeder, Wikipedia