Gábor Tabajdi PhD.


Gender: Male
Nationality: Hungarian
Place and Date of Birth: Hungary (Budapest), 24th December 1980
E-mail: gtabajdi@gmail.com

2012- researcher, 1956 Institute – Oral History Archive (National Széchényi Library)Defence of Phd dissertation in 2013: „The allience-policy of the Hungarian Socialist Workers Party (1956-1963)”

University Diploma (2004) ELTE – Faculty of Humanities in the History; MA Program
University Diploma (2004) ELTE – Faculty of Humanities in the Politology; MA Program
University Diploma (2004) ELTE – Faculty of Humanities in the History (teacher)

Hungarian: Mother language
English: Intermediate; written and oral (State Accredited Certificate)
German: Intermediate; written (State Accredited Certificate)

Scientific Research participated in the following scientific project in Hungary:
2004 Auschwitz (1945-1989) Reconstruction (Open Society Archives, Budapest) http://w3.osaarchivum.org/galeria/catalogue/2004/auschwitz/
2012-2014 „Underground streams” (1956 Institute – Oral History Archive) www.rev.hu
2014- „The top leaders of the Ministry of Interior 1956-1989”(Committee of National Remembrance, Budapest)
Computer Skills: I work on daily basis with Microsoft Office versions.


Gábor Tabajdi: Kiegyezés Kádárral (Compromise with Kádár). Budapest, Jaffa, 2013.
Gábor Tabajdi: A III/III krónikája (The chronicle of the III/III). Budapest, Jaffa, 2013.
Gábor Tabajdi: Budapest a diktatúrák árnyékában (Budapest in the shadow of dictatorships). Budapest, Jaffa, 2012
Réka Kiss – Viktor Soós - Gábor Tabajdi: Hogyan üldözzünk egyházakat? (How shall we persecute churches?) Budapest, L’ Harmattan, 2012.
Gábor Tabajdi – Krisztián Ungváry: Elhallgatott múlt. A pártállam és a belügy. (Silenced Past. The party state and Ministry of Interior) Budapest, Corvina - 1956 Institute, 2008.

Krisztian Ungvary – Gabor Tabajdi: Ungarn. In: Geheimdienste in Osteuropa, 1944-1991, Göttingen, 2009, 481-554.
Krisztian Ungvary – Gabor Tabajdi: Węgry. In: Czekiści. Organy bezpieczeństwa w europejskich krajach bloku sowieckiego, 1944-1989. Warszawa, 2010, 517-590.