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Gypsies / Roma

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František Gabčo (1948)

born 1948 in Ruská Nová Ves in Slovakia in 1962 began studying a vocational school for miners in Karviná, but did not finish it in 1963 moved to Rotava with his parents from 1963 until 1967 employed by the Czechoslovak State Forests company in 1967 witnessed ... arrows 


Ladislav Goral (1939)

born 18 November 1939 in Vác, Hungary during the war, lost eight relatives 1953, fled from his family in Levice, Slovakia, and moved to Prague studied to be a phone operator at a secondary technical school mid-1960s, completed three semesters of history and ... arrows 


Karel Holomek (1937)

Born in 1937 in Brno, grew up in Moravian Slovakia. His father Tomáš was the first university-educated Roma in Czechoslovakia, his mother Hedvika was a farmer’s daughter. During WW2, was kept hidden because of transport threat, most of the Roma part of his family ... arrows 


Marie Kormanová (1937)

She was born on June 30th 1937 in a Romany village Dlhe over the Cirocha River Her family was forced to be hiding in the woods in 1944 On November 2nd 1944 their village has been closed up by Germans and the citizens have been transported into detention camp in ... arrows 


Emílie Machálková (1926)

Born in 1926 into a significant Roma family of Holomeks Grandfather pushed through the right of Roma to live in villages she was rescued from deportation to concentration camp Thirty-three members of the immediate family carried into camps, none of them ... arrows 


Štefan Tišer (1950)

Born in 1950 in Stráž near Tachov Spent his childhood at his grandparents in Slovak Betlanovce Studied economics at the secondary school, but worked in manual professions Since 1970s participated in Roma social and political events in Pilsen region sought ... arrows 


Ignác Zima (1938)

born 23 February 1938 in a Romani settlement in Kopčany (western Slovakia) after the war, the family moved to find work in Foršt near Svitavy from 1956, railroad switch operator at Hodonín station late 1950s, compulsory military service in Konice 1969-1973, ... arrows 


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