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Milena Janda (1935)

To do good

Milena Janda was born as Milena Krajinová on 7th April 1935 in Prague. The family had its roots in Moravia. father Vladimír in Třebíč and its surroundings and mother Marie in Tasov. Both came from families of teachers who believed in the Masaryk values of the First Republic. After the Munich Treaty, the life of five-year-old Milena changed dramatically. Father, Professor of Botany at Charles University, became a leading figure in the resistance movement in Czechoslovakia, mother was sent to a concentration camp and later the father had to go into hiding. Milena lived with her relatives in Moravia and could see her parents only a few times during the Nazi occupation. After the war, her father became the General Secretary of the National Socialist Party and immediately after the February coup had to emigrate. In the summer, the rest of the family crossed the border via London to Vancouver. There, Milena studied and devoted her professional life to opera. She translated opera subtitles no ...arrows 

Earliest Memories of My Father

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Irena Podzimková (1933)

born on 25 November, 1933 in Prague-Čimice remembers WW2, lack of food and bombing of Prague her mother witnessed assassination of Heydrich experienced the arrival of the ... arrows 


Stanislava Barabášová roz. Pospíšilová (1930) video clip available

born 18 May 1930 in Hostomice near Teplice 1938, moved with her parents to Záluží near Most Christmas 1944, almost killed in an Allied bombing of a chemical plant until ... arrows 


František Ondrášek

born January 30, 1953 in České Budějovice in November 1954 his father was declared an enemy against the state and in 1958 through 1960 he was imprisoned from 1959 attending ... arrows 


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