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The count was married twice. The Countess Helene Balej Szechenyi was his second wife. She received her title "countess" in the union. She was not of European nobility.

The count was eccentric, yes, but isn't everyone? He was a demanding man, ever conscious of his heritage and military bearing. However, the private side of him, known only to his closest frineds, was that of a very compassionate man, considerate of all humankind, which included people of all creeds and races, and of course, animals. He had a tremendous sense of humor, a keen mind, and a burning desire to see the end of communism and suffering of all kinds, of all people. In my opinion, he was one of the greatest men I've ever had the honor and privilege of knowing.

Thank you and keep up the good work at New Times.
J.D. Mike Phelps

Miami

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