This is how the samizdat network worked
Róza Hodosán was born in 1954 on 18 December in Darvas in a poor peasant family with many children. She has got six full siblings and five half siblings. She graduated from the Secondary School of Püspökladány in 1973. She went to live in Budapest, where she worked as a postwoman till 1976, when she took a job in a library in Püspökladány for a year. In 1978 she was offered a seat at the University of Eötvös Loránd, Budapest and started her studies as a student of Hungarian language, Literature and Sociology. In 1984 she finished her studies and in 1999 she was awarded her degree. She joined the democratic opposition during her university years. She was a volunteer of the Fund to Support the Poor; from 1981 onwards she was the proofreader, typographer and distributor of the AB Publishing House as well as the samizdat monthly Hírmondó. Due to her political convictions she could not get a job that she was qualified for. House searches, citations and other harassment by the police were pa ...
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Tři dokumentaristé Post Bellum strávili v listopadu loňského roku tři týdny v Izraeli dokumentováním vzpomínek českých a slovenských Židů. O to, jaké neobyčejné životní příběhy vyslechli, se podělili na komentovaném promítání ukázek z rozhovorů v pražském kině Ponrepo.