Legit Heir And Maybe-Relative Tussle Over Molnar Estate

“[W]hen a family history has been segmented by the Holocaust and spans generations, continents, religions and ultimately sensibilities, separating truth from mythology can be like trying to unmix two shades that went into making the same can of paint. That, at least, is one way to interpret the battle between Elizabeth Rhodes and Gabor Lukin over the estate of the Hungarian playwright and novelist Ferenc Molnar, who died in 1952.”