Alexander Sandor Kleinbarth , circus director in Czech Republic
Born 1895 dead 1982 .
Alexander Sandor Kleinbarth (1895–1982) was an animal trainer and circus director.
Sandor Klieinbarth came from a “private” Hungarian family. He had learned the art of school riding in the Czech Circus Henry. Also, he developed and presented animal revues with monkeys, ponies and donkeys.
Until 1939, the Kleinbarth family had engagements in various European variety shows and circuses. From spring 1939 until the end of the war in 1945, they were engaged at the German Circus Helene Hoppe. In autumn 1945, Edit Sandor Kleinbarth and her parents left the Circus Helene Hoppe. After various engagements, among others in North Africa, the parents of Edit Sandor Kleinbarth decided to accept an offer from Finland in 1955.
1950: In the spring of 1950 ,
the family of Alexander Sandor Kleinbarth (1895–1982) arrived in Finland with the animal caretaker Ernst Späth (1900–1983). They had an agreement with the Finnish Tivoli department headed by Erkki Parkkonen .
According to the party company, they joined in their own tent under the name Pienois-Eläinsirkus .
And that way they stayed in Finland. Mrs. Elise Kleinbarth
(1897–1958) died early. Daughter Edith also performed when needed.