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“Every night, I believe life is good when the wind announces your arrival and I can see your light coming back home!

Entry Title: " Colours of Omo Valley"  Author: Jan Varchola, Slovakia (Slovak Republic)

Entry Title: " Colours of Omo Valley" Author: Jan Varchola, Slovakia (Slovak Republic)

"Slovak group, Ellis Island", Pittsburgh, 1907, TRACHTENBERG, Allan ed., America and Lewis Hine, New York, Aperture, 1977.

"Slovak group, Ellis Island", Pittsburgh, 1907, TRACHTENBERG, Allan ed., America and Lewis Hine, New York, Aperture, 1977.

Tokáreň, nazývaná stružňa, poháňaná nohou. Lubina (okr. Nové Mesto nad Váhom), 1954. Trenčianske múzeum v Trenčíne. Foto J. Hanušin.

Tokáreň, nazývaná stružňa, poháňaná nohou. Lubina (okr. Nové Mesto nad Váhom), 1954. Trenčianske múzeum v Trenčíne. Foto J. Hanušin.

There were over 700 survivors of the Titanic disaster, and each one had a unique story. Among the most poignant tales is that of Michel and Edmond Navratil, who were known as the "Titanic orphans." The two boys were only two and four years old at the time they boarded the ship with their father, Michel Navratil, Sr., a Slovakian tailor who was recently separated from their French mother, Marcell. She had allowed Navratil, Sr. to take the boys over Easter break... Keep reading

Child survivors of Titanic sinking, April Michel and Edmond, ages four and two, better known as the 'Titanic Orphans' were the only children rescued from the Titanic without a parent or guardian.

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