Slavko Malnar: surviving Rab and Gonars, the importance of awareness among young people
Slavko Malnar was born on February 8, 1937 in Ravnice near Čabar. In 1942, Fascist troops set fire to his house and town. Together with his family, he was taken to Kampor, the fascist concentration camp on the island on Rab, and then to Gonars. With the capitulation of Italy, his family went back to Čabar. In 1944, still in the midst of the war, he started a four-year primary school in his area and soon began working. After completing the military service in 1960, he decided to dedicate himself more to his education. After his retirement in 1992, he is very engaged in preserving the memories about the Italian fascist camps.