100 years: The victims of the communist aggression

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100 years - Victims of Communism

(STATEMENT, 7.11.2017.)

As of today, the Committee of National Remembrance is going to publish short biographies on its website and social media page. These are biographies of people who fell victims to the Communist aggression. We are launching this project a hundred years after the events of Saint Petersburg (Petrograd at the time), when a political group came into power which professed the ideology of communism. The Bolsheviks and their advocates were eager to implement their programme and spread it all over the world by means of dictatorship, oppression and the ruthless methods of the law enforcement bodies in their service even at the cost of human lives.

Our aim is to portray a human life every day and commemorate all those who were victims to one of the totalitarian ideologies of the 20th century.

We thank the following partner institutes for their help in the compilation of the biographies: „Buza László” Egyesület a Nemzetközi és Regionális Tanulmányokért ["Buza László" Association for International and Regional Studies] (Cluj); Forum Minority Research Institute (Šamorín); Study Centre for National Reconciliation (Ljubljana); The Institute for the Investigation of Communist Crimes and the Memory of the Romanian Exile (Bucharest); State Archive Service of Ukraine, Security Service Department (Kiev); Institute of National Remembrance (Warsaw); The Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes (Prague); Nation’s Memory Institute (Bratislava); The Museum of Genocide Victims (Vilnius); Federal Foundation for the Reappraisal of the SED Dictatorship (Berlin); Ludwig Boltzmann Institute (Graz).

MTI-OS, 07/11/2017

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                      The victims of the communist aggression:
id. Sándor Hollán (1846–1919) Gustavs Klucis (1895–1938) Vilmos Langfelder (1912–1948[?]) Gábor Földes (1923–1958)
Heliodor Píka (1897–1949) Ágoston Preszmajer (1934–1957) Vasyl Semenovych Stus (1938–1985) Béla Zsedényi (1894–1955)
Stanislav Broj (1901–1950) István Sándor (1914–1953) Miloš Pšeničnik (1891–1946) Péter Renner (1933–1958)
Kyrylo Ivanovych Osmak (1890–1960) Ferenc Szeder (1881–1952) Shtjefën Kurti (1898–1971) László Nickelsburg (1924–1961)
Stepan Ivanovich Karagodin (1881–1938) Zoltán Mikó (1910–1945) Karel Bacílek (1920–1949) József Kováts (1926–1958)
Elza Premšak (1914–1947) Zoltán Meszlényi (1892–1951) Ahatanhel Yukhymovych Krymsky (1871–1942) János Bárány (1930–1959)
Osip Emilyevich Mandelshtam (1891–1938) Géza Péch (1930–1958) Georgi Markov (1929–1978) Szilárd Bakay (1892–1947)
Alla Oleksandrivna Horska (1929–1970) István Katona (1920–1957) Emanuel Čančík (1916–1949) Ákos Tumbász (1935–1959)
Mykola Feodorovich Bokan (1881–1942) Árpád Brusznyai (1924–1958) Karel Lukas (1897–1949) Lajos Gulyás (1918–1957)
Rudolf Beran (1887–1954) Antal Pálinkás (Pallavicini) (1922–1957) János Brenner (1931–1957) Theodor Pierer (1905–1938)
Bian Zhongyun (1916–1966) Zoltán Szobonya (1909–1958) Vasyliy Nykyforovych Bohoyavlensky (Volodymyr Hieromartyr) (1848–1918) György Vaikó (1910–1950)
Vladimir Hnulík (1949–1968) Pál Kósa (1921–1959) Marienetta Jirkowsky (1962–1980) János Esterházy (1901–1957)
Johann Ebner (1912–1944) Aladár Szoboszlay (1925–1958) Kateryna Mykhailivna Hrushevska (1900–1943) Oszkár Fery (1860–1919)
Josef Charvát (1923–1949) Endre Gecse (1907–1959) Marija Leiko (1887–1938) Kálmán Révay (1911–1950)
Štěpan Gavenda (1920–1954) György Fáncsik (1933–1960) Vladimir Naumovich Nagli (1903–1940) Andor Joó (1873–1919)
Dorit Schmiel (1941–1962) Ernő Major (1915–1958) Mykhailo Omelianovych Havrylko (1882–1920) István Pógyor (1902–1953)
Milada Horáková (1901–1950) János Bartók (1936–1957) Vera Semyonovna Morozova (1870–1938) Zoltán Radó (1908–1950)
Constantin Bucălău (1928–1960) Katalin Havrila, née Sticker (1932–1959) Manfred Mäder (1948–1986) Ferenc Rafael Kriszten (1899–1952)
Hnat Martynovych Khotkevych (1877–1938) József Andi (1924–1958) Emma Olbrichová (1904–1955) Ödön Magasházy (1884–1950)
Črtomir Nagode (1903–1947) Ottó Szirmai (1926–1959) Bohumil Laušman (1903–1963) Mátyás Balogh (1887–1953)
Boris Vladimirovich Slutsky (1932–1952) Lajos Pércsi (1911–1958) Bălăceanu Gheorghe (1907–1960) János Trubinyi (1863–1919)
Ludwig Allesch (1886–1937)) Lajos Steiner (1930–1958) Jan Palach (1948–1969) Géza Pálffy (1900–1952)
Franz Hahn (1888–1941[?]) István Angyal (1928–1958) Traian Marinescu (1923–1950) René Molnár (1896–1942)
Johann Burianek (1913–1952) Béla Szántó Farkas (1929–1958) Jan Bula (1920–1952) László Balogh (1954–1973)
Boris Nikolayevich Zimin (1904–1935) Erzsébet Mány (1937–1957) Mihail Romniceanu (1891–1960) András Rásky (1899–1953)
Siegfried Quartner (1905–1938) Lajos Gyulai (1931–1958) Ivan Gavrilovich Zhukov (1900–1937) Sándor Hollán jr. (1873–1919)
Maria Plop (1927–1962) Ádám Zöld (1911–1959) Günter Litfin (1937–1961) Gusztáv Merényi-Scholtz (1895–1950)
Clement Sheptytsky Hieromartyr Sándor Toracz (1930–1958) Karel Štrbík (1900–1950) Iván Lajos (1906–1949)
Hubert Cizl (1910–1938) Márton Rajki (1901–1959) Frieda Klein (1944–1963) András Elek (1926–1952)
Vasyl Kostiantynovych Lypkivskyi (1864–1937) József Dézsán (1934–1956) Viliam Žingor (1912–1950) Sándor Szűcs (1921–1951)
Andreas Sagl (1897–1938) Pál Maléter (1917–1958) Andrej Slavko Uršič (1908–1950[?]) Géza Rubleczky (1909–1953)
Arkagyij Joszifovics Ljubin (1907–1939) András Tomasovszky (1923–1958) Gerhard Beil (1952–1972) Miklós Hajduczky (1892–?)
Václav Švéda (1921–1955) József Minczér (1932–1956) Mihai Duca (1928–1960) János Melocco (1909–1951)
Friedrich Heider (1908–1938) Erzsébet Varga (1937–1956) Oleksandr-Zenon Stepanovych Kurbas (1887–1937) János Jabloniczky (1874–1950)
Hans-Joachim Damm (1930–1952) Róbert Bán (1934–1957) Marin Ţucă (1921–1954) Imre Geiger (1900–1950)
Nyikolaj Ivanovics Vavilov (1887–1943) Árpád Tihanyi (1916–1957) Josef Hons (1913–1951) Ferenc Wohlmuth (1855–1919)
Maria Klug (1899–1943) Dezső Kovács (1920–1958) Vasile Motrescu (1920–1958) Béla Korondi (1914–1949)
Raoul Wallenberg (1912–1947[?]) Tibor Földesi (1923–1958) Gustav Deutsch (1906–1938) Illés Berényi (1923–1947)
Petro Csucsupak (1885–1920) Géza Törzsök (1911–1958) Christian Buttkus (1944–1965) Kálmán Sass (1904–1958)
Čeněk Petelík (1917–1950) Klaus Seifert (1953–1971) István Bethlen (1874–1946) Josef Bryks (1916–1957)
Ivan Nyikolajevics Maljucskov (1905–1938) Gyula Koszterna (1933–1959) Burkhard Niering (1950–1974) László Mészáros (1905–1945[?])
Ferenc Fáy (1908–1958) Anton Barak (1906–1944) Jenő Nagy (1886–1919) Mihajlo Szoroka (1911–1971)
János Mecséri (1920–1958) Julij Szolomonovics Berzin (1904–1942) Sándor Kovács (1923–1945) Wilhelm Pichler (1891–1939)
György Tóth (1909–1957) Iosif Capotă (1912–1958) László Fekete (1878–1919) Ellen Gerhart (1909–1938)
József Dudás (1912–1957) Vladislav Roubal (1920–1951) László Forbáth (1920–1953) Josef Waltenberger (1901–1938)
László Onestyák (1938–1958) Valerjan Petrovics Pidmohilnyij (1901–1937) József Vizy (?–1952) Václav Drbola (1912–1951)
Béla Békési (1926–1958) Carola Neher (1900–1942) Pál Tamás (1927–?) Jörg Hartmann (1955–1966)