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Hungarians in Slovakia after 1945

List of witnesses


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Eva Farkas (1957)

born January 13, 1956 in a Hungarian village in Slovakia studied in Košice where she met her husband, who was to become a pilot in 1978 the family moved to Náměšť nad Oslavou after divorce she moved to Prague, distance study of computer science took a ... arrows 


Pavel Kamaráš (1940)

born in 1940 in the village Rimaszombat, present-day Rimavská Sobota he remembers the presence of German soldiers in the village during the war and the blasting of the bridge during the German army’s retreat the village became a part of Czechoslovakia after the ... arrows 


János Kokes (1952)

Born on 19 October, 1952 in a village of Horna Kralova in a region Šaľa, in the South of Slovakia Parents of Hungarian nationality In 1972–1977 studied languages at the philosophical faculty in Bucharest After 1975 entered the communist party After 1977 ... arrows 


Ladislav Labancz (1939)

born 5 August 1939 in the Hungarian village of Bátorove Kosihy in what is now southern Slovakia Hungarian ethnicity 1938, his native village befell Hungary his father served in the Hungarian army at the end of WW2 witnessed the post-war anti-Hungarian ... arrows 


Anna Rákóczi (1957)

born on 1 August 1957 in Nitra, Slovakia to a Hungarian family her father was unable to finish studies at a Hungarian high school in the 1950s both her mother's and father's family farms were confiscated both her grandfathers were imprisoned and her grandmother ... arrows 


Robert Vano (1948)

Born on May 5, 1948 in Nové Zámky in Slovakia Comes from a poor Hungarian family Graduated in gymnasium, declined from high school studies In December 1967 was supposed to join the army, but instead immigrated with Jaroslav Chudý and his girlfriend Eva via ... arrows 


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