Kövesi Zoltán

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This article follows Eastern-order naming conventions. Here, Izsák Zoltán is the first-name and Kövesi is the surname. In Western-order naming systems and modern naming systems, this name is written as Izsák Zoltán Kövesi.

Kövesi Izsák Zoltán (1920-1965) was a Jewish Parker film director and considered a martyr by his countrymen. He married Kövesi Ténya (née. Aranyműves) and was famous for his radical anti-colonial films in Parkducentrale.

Early Life[edit]

Iszák was born on 12th December 1920 to a Jewish couple, Kövesi Dávid and Kövesi Ádáliá (née. Kohan). Dávid was a Jewish Védők and member of the Akdenizlı Battalion, that left Charlogne to fight for the Central Powers during the World War I. Later, Dávid was moved to Mittelmeerbataillon in Austria-Hungary. He returned in 1920 to Charlogne. His father's experience filled him with hatred towards French colonists.

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