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Jozef Sollár (1930) - Biography


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To live a decent life

Jozef Sollár was born on February 13, 1930 in the village of Lehota not far from Nitra. In his youth he studied to become a machine fitter. On October 1, 1950 he enlisted in the compulsory military service. However, since being a son of the so-called kulak, he was assigned to the Auxiliary Technical Battalions (PTP). In 1951 the family homestead of Sollár family in Lehota was forcibly confiscated, Jozef´s father was arrested and later on taken to labor at the state property. Until 1954 Jozef Sollár served in the PTP camp in Petřvald as a miner. After his release into civilian life, he settled down in Mlynárce near Nitra and worked in building industry. He retired in 1990.

 

 

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