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Ladislav Kafka (1929) - Biography

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In life I learnt to trust in providence of the fate

Ladislav Kafka was born on December 21, 1929 in Trenčianska Teplá. Since his father was a local secretary of the Hlinka's Slovak People's Party, in his young age Ladislav was formed by this party line. After the war in 1946 he was arrested due to protesting and a leaflet agitation for restoration of the Slovak State. He spent 6 weeks in prison. Because of political reasons he was dismissed from Trenčín grammar school as well as from the later medical studies. In 1950 he was drafted to correctional military service in Auxiliary Technical Battalions (PTP). In later years he worked as a wages clerk. He got involved in innovations of the work standardization, rationalizing of the wage system, and he was a vice chairman of the ROH (Revolutionary Trade Union Movement) for the brickwork industry. Since 1989 he lives retired in Žilina.

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