Hungarian interview - Charles and Eva Galos

MHSO, and Susan Galos, Hungarian interview - Charles and Eva Galos, 1977.

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Creator MHSO
Susan Galos
Title Hungarian interview - Charles and Eva Galos
Published MHSO, and Susan Galos, Hungarian interview - Charles and Eva Galos, 1977.
Identifier nlc-bnc.bvas.nlc-bnc.bvas.hungarian.48
Subject Galos, Charles and Eva
Hungarian Canadian
Oral history
Language English
Media Audio
Contributor Alouette Canada
Description Charles and Eva Galos describe what their lives were like in Hungary prior to immigrating to Canada. Mr. Galos had been a lab technician and buyer for Standard Oil, until he got into trouble with the Communist government because of his outspokenness. At that time, Mrs. Galos had just started working as a teacher. They decided to emigrate and left Hungary for Austria. Mr. and Mrs. Galos describe and encounter they had while trying to cross the border. When they finally arrived in Canada, Mrs. Galos got a job working as a domestic servant, although had to break her contract when she became pregnant. Mr. and Mrs. Galos received some assistance from the president of Hungarian Hall in Toronto. Years later, they moved to Delhi, Ontario.
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