It’s a new year and Jozef Palenik explains why he came home…

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Today we publish the next of the interviews from this fascinating book by Zuzana Palovic,  The Great Return, Slovakia’s Lost Daughters and Sons Come Home. Zuzana is a Central Eastern European migration expert.

We talk to Jozef Palenik, cinematographer

Zuzana’s book tells the stories of people who went out into the world looking for wisdom and experience – but ultimately came back to the big little country of Slovakia as politicians, business people, writers and artists – and so many others who are becoming the intelligent bright and strong backbone of Slovakia’s future.

Now read the personal stories of those who came home …

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You can also buy The Great Return, Slovakia’s Lost Daughters and Sons Come Home from:

Amazon USA

https://www.amazon.com/Great-Return-Zuzana-Palovic/dp/1788080688/ref=sr_1_2?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1534782829&sr=1-2&keywords=Zuzana+palovic

Amazon UK

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Great-Return-Zuzana-Palovic/dp/1788080688/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1534782896&sr=8-1&keywords=The+Great+Return+Zuzana+Palovic

As well as Slovak bookstores:

Martinus SK

https://www.martinus.sk/?uItem=314444

Panta Rhei SK

https://www.pantarhei.sk/knihy/biografie/biografie-ostatne/the-great-return.html

 

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One thought on “It’s a new year and Jozef Palenik explains why he came home…

  1. I found the summary from Jozef Palanic, cinemaphotographer, quite uplifting. Not having read the whole story of this gentleman I can only comment on what is written under the various subheadings. The version of communism we have seen in the past, and in parts of the world, even today – for instance North Korea, seems to include a form of brain-washing which saps people of their own understand of their ‘human rights’. That Mr Palanic left Slovakia after the Revolution and worked hard in a free society, that he saw the real value of freedom of speech and opportunity and that he gradually recognized his own worth is inspiring for people like me to read. I have been brought up to ‘aspire’, to think for myself and express my opinions. Strangely, this insight into the world of Slovakia before the Revolution has filled me with pride, not only in the courage of people who fought to alter it, but also in my own country’s values – which we shared and thus enabled a good man to achieve his potential.

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