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Marie Bártová, roz. Procházková (1922) - Biography

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Marie Bártová, née Procházková, was born on 21 October 1922 in Nýrskon in Western Bohemia. Her family moved often and she graduated from a high school in Beroun. Later she became a teacher qualified to teach history, geography and Czech. She witnessed many air raids in and around Plzeň during World War II but she remembers primarily the liberation by the US Army. After the war she was worked as a teacher in many various places, including helping to renew a Czech school in Kladruby in the former Sudeten... While a teacher in Chotěšov she met her future husband, a teacher; they married in 1949 and two daughters were born to them. She also joined the Communist Party after the war and being an eloquent person she worked on many committees. When the injustice committed by the party was published she left the party. She currently lives in a home for the elderly.

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