Hungarian author Eva Földes won the bronze medal at the 1948 art competitions in the category epic works with The Well of Youth.(Der Jugendquell). During World War II she was interned at the concentration camps at Ravensburg, Flossenbürg and Mauthausen, but survived the Holocaust. She was an educated teacher and journalist, but was prohibited to work in 1944 by the Nazis, and was then was deported to concentration camps. She worked as a journalist again after 1945, and in 1948 was a secretary of the Hungarian Olympic Team and worked as a translator. From 1954-57 she was employed by a Hungarian sports newspaper, while in 1961 she became a professor and a well- published sports historian.
Mixed Literature, Epic Works