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Rózsa-Flores, Eduardo, 1960-2009

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Personal name headingRózsa-Flores, Eduardo, 1960-2009
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Variant(s)Flores, Eduardo Rózsa-, 1960-2009
Rózsa, Eduardo, 1960-2009
R. Flores, Eduardo, 1960-2009
Flores, Eduardo R., 1960-2009
Rózsa György, Eduardo, 1960-2009
Rózsa, Jorge Eduardo, 1960-2009
Birth date1960-03-31
Death date2009-04-16
Place of birthSanta Cruz de la Sierra (Bolivia)
Place of deathSanta Cruz de la Sierra (Bolivia)
Profession or occupationActors Journalists
Found inChico [VR], c2005 (Eduardo Rózsa Flores; actor)
Internet Movie Database, June 28, 2011 (Eduardo Rózsa Flores; b. Mar. 31, 1960 in Santa Cruz, Bolivia; d. Apr. 16, 2009 in Santa Cruz, Bolivia; alt. names: Rózsa Eduardo, Rózsa Eduardó, Rózsa Eduárdo, Eduardo R. Flores, Eduardo Flores Rózsa; actor)
Hűség : versek a háborúról 1991-1996 = Vjernost : ratne pjesme 1991-1996 = Lealtad : versos de la guerra 1991-1996, 1999: t.p. (Rózsa-Flores Eduardo)
Wikipedia, June 10, 2014 (Eduardo Rózsa-Flores; born 31 March 1960 in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, Bolivia 16 April 2009; was a Bolivian-Hungarian-Croatian mercenary, journalist, actor, and secret agent. He was known in Hungary as Rózsa-Flores Eduardo or Rózsa György Eduardo. His wartime nickname in the Croatian War of Independence was "Chico" At the start of the Croatian War of Independence, Rózsa-Flores (known then as Jorge Eduardo Rózsa) worked as a correspondent for the Barcelona newspaper La Vanguardia and the Spanish unit of the BBC World Service.)
Associated languagespa