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M.Eng. Zuzana Bartová, rod. Špitzerová (1934) - Biography

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The noble profession saved their lives

Zuzana Bartová was born in Žilina on January 8, 1934 in a family of Jewish doctors. In 1942 she was baptized as a Catholic to avoid the deportations. During the war she studied in Žilina "Sirotár" (Orphanage), where more Jewish children were hidden. Later she and her mother were hiding in the attic of Gajdošík family and this way they survived the war. Zuzana completed studies of electrical engineering at the Slovak University of Technology, finished associate professorship and stayed at this school teaching electrical measurements. She met her husband at the communist party meeting and they got married in 1957. Zuzana's husband was a teacher of Marxist philosophy at the Department of Marxism and Leninism; however, after 1968 he put an end to philosophy and was dismissed from the university.

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