Did not want to piss again the wind
Vladimír Nemajer was born on 26 March, 1922 in Šumperk. His father, a war invalid and a legionary, ran a tobacco warehouse in the town. After the Munich agreement the family lost most of its property and had to move out of the borderline Šumperk. In 1942 the witness attended am industrial college and then worked in the company Sigma and under the direct management of Roberta Hanisch, the SD and SS hauptsturmführer, for at least three years. He could travel freely and lived in a hotel room in the centre of Plavno (Pauen) in Germany for several months, where he translated in the company Vomag to Czech, painted and copied drawings for production of small parts of German army aircrafts and was in charge of its implementation to production in the Prostějov region. He spent the end of war at his aunt in Bouzov, where he witnessed the special SS commando burning the village of Javoříčko. During 1950s, at the time of the hardest communist repressions, he held a post of a leader of the agricultural administration as a non-party member at the municipal office in Bruntál. Amongst other duties he was in charge of newly established state farms and unified agricultural cooperatives, country colonization and destroying devastated buildings after displaced Germans. Until retirement he worked in Pozemní stavby in Olomouc. In 2016 lived in Samotišky.