We didn't want to go to America like the others. We wanted to go to Erec.
JUDr. Ctibor Rybár was born on May 25, 1920, in Bratislava by the name of Tibor Fischer in a bourgeois Jewish family. Already as a young man, he was acquainted to the Zionist movement Hashomer Hatzair (Young guard). He became an active member and later even the leader of the organization. In 1941, Rybár spent a couple of weeks in eastern Slovakia as a member of the 6th labor battalion of the so-called "kosher company". Due to health reasons, he was later released from service and with the help of his friends from the Zionist movement, he was able to settle down in Budapest and spend the rest of the war under various false identities. In Budapest, he was imprisoned twice for forging documents. His parents and his younger brother were deported from Slovakia and placed into extermination camps where they were murdered. His older sister managed to emigrate to the USA just in time before the war had started. Rybár spent the end of the war in Budapest. In the summer of 1945, he changed his n ...
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09/02/2014, Michal Šmíd
S novým rokem jsme se rozhodli s pomocí přátel nastartovat naše aktivity na Slovensku. Příběhy 20. století nyní vysílá Rádio Slovensko, texty vychází v SME a Týždeň a to jak v tištěné verzi, tak i na internetu. Plánů máme samozřejmě víc.