Milo Urban

Milo Urban (pseudonyms Ján Rovňan ml., Podbabjagurský) (24 August 1904 in Rabčice, Kingdom of Hungary – 10 March 1982 in Bratislava) was Slovak writer, translator, journalist and important representatives of modern Slovak literature. Urban is controversial figure because he served as an editor-in-chief of an official propagandist magazine of the Hlinka Guard ''Gardista'' in the era of the clerofascist ''Slovak State'' and was found guilty for collaboration by the court in 1948. Provided by Wikipedia
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