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Greek minority in former Czechoslovakia

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George Agathonikiadis (1947)

born 10th August 1947 in Megali Sterna in the Greek part of Macedonia arrived in Czechoslovakia with his grandparents in autumn 1949 lived with his grandparents in Brno until 1961 1968, began studying secondary school (design and costume art) 1973-7, studied ... arrows 


Antonis Arabadzis (1936)

born 1936 in a village in northern Greece wounded by a bomb during the civil war, arrived in Czechoslovakia with blood poisoning learned Czech quickly, stayed in touch with the Greek community lost his leg and learned to walk with a prosthetic bandager ... arrows 


Tanasis Avukatos (1962)

Born in 1962 in Jeseník. Both parents were Greek. Lived in the Jeseník region until he was 18 years of age. Graduated from university in Prague. Worked in Olomouc for three years. 1988 immigrated to Greece. 1999 returned because of work. Married to a ... arrows 


Fotis Bulguris (1935) video clip available

born 7 December 1935 in the village of Chiliodendro (Kastoria, northern Greece) Slavic Macedonian in Greece his father lost an arm during the civil war in Greece his mother was nearly beaten to death by government soldiers the family emigrated from Greece ... arrows 


Ekaterini Dimoschaki (1928)

born 5th May 1928 in Greek Macedonia father Greek, mother Slavic Macedonian 1945, left with her father to current-day FYROM/Republic of Macedonia 1948, left to Buljkes, Yugoslavia, after the borders were closed; met her husband there her mother and older ... arrows 


Nikolaos Dumalas (1942)

Born on the 6th of August 1942 in northeastern Greece. 1947 fled with his mother to Bulkes, his father died during the civil war. Spring 1948, arrived in Czechoslovakia with a transport of children. Until 1956 went through several children's homes. 1965 ... arrows 


Martha Elefteriadu (1946)

born in 1946 in Buljkes (Yugoslavia) grew up in Czechoslovak children’s homes studied medicine, or rather psychology had a musical career with her sister Tena as the duo Martha & Tena since 1970, almost a score of LPs and CDs of popular music, frequently with ... arrows 


Antonis Epikaridis (1972)

born 1972 in Třinec 1979, first visit to Greece single lives in Třinec ... arrows 


Melpoméni (Menka) Filipová (1945)

born 1945 in Strkovo (Platy), district of Florina, Greece mother a village healer, father a farmer, partisan 1948, taken with her sister and brother to Czechoslovakia children’s home in Klokočov after primary school, taken in by her brother in Kuřim worked ... arrows 


Lazarus Filipu (1927)

born December 19th, 1927 in northern Greece Slavic Macedonian distributed anti-German pamphlets during the war arrested by the Gestapo a partisan in ELAS Greek civil war 1949, emigrated to Czechoslovakia settled down in northern Moravia ... arrows 


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