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Captain Adolf Vodička (1913 - 2012) - Audio/video gallery


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Motivation for Departure

“Then I said: ‘It is no good, I have to go to Spain.’ I didn’t tell my parents, my dad would never have let me go. I went to the recruitment three times but I wasn’t conscripted for non-sufficient body height and weak constitution… But I could be of any help in Spain. I was a member of the Youth Organization, which was a semi-communist… no it wasn’t… there were a lot of young people who weren’t in any party at all, including me. But I inclined to the Communist Party because I liked their social politics, care about the unemployed and so on. I really liked that, but I didn’t know about any machinations behind the curtain.”

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