László Bárány, great-grandfather
In 1945, the great-grandfather was forcibly taken to Siberia for captivity, from where he returned in 1948. It was then that he found out that, while he was in captivity, his father, the great-great-grandfather, had died in 1946 and the hatchery had been completely destroyed in the war. László Bárány, the great-grandfather, worked as the manager of hatcheries in several places of Eastern Hungary in the 1950s. In 1958, he was placed at Derecske, where his task was to strengthen animal husbandry in Eastern Hungary and, at the same time, build the then largest hatchery of Hungary. He led this hatchery until his death in 1971.