Edwin Jarvis, under service of a British Army General, traveled to Budapest and met Ana, the girl who would become his wife, while she worked in a hotel tailor shop. Ana sold him a beautiful tie, and Jarvis quickly fell in love with her.
As World War II began, Ana's safety was endangered given she was Jewish, and Jarvis asked the general to use one of the several letters of transit he carried in his safe to ensure her safety, but he refused to sign. Jarvis had to forge the general's signature, for which he was arrested in London and dishonorably discharged from the Army.
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"Just like Budapest all over again." "You and I remember Budapest very differently."
Isabelle Hartley, Lance Hunter and Idaho worked together in a mission in Budapest, where Idaho cooked something awful. He excused himself saying he did not have the right tools or raw materials to make it work. Besides its awful taste, the meal broke one of Hunter's teeth.