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Jaroslav Stuchlý was born on November 26, 1926 in Stará Běla near Ostrava as the sixth child of Mr. and Mrs. Stuchlý. During the First Republic, Jaroslav lived a happy childhood alongside his siblings. This was disrupted only in 1938. Jaroslav was 12 years old when Czechoslovakia had to cede a large part of its territory to Nazi Germany as a result of the Munich Agreement. He spent a large part of his adolescence during World War II. In 1941, he began studying at the business secondary school in Veverská Bítýška. In October 1948, he joined basic military service in Klatovy. Together with his colleagues, he was being prepared for the coming of the Third World War. In the inhospitable nature of Šumava, they learned how to move in the terrain and how to avoid the swamps there. After completing basic military service, Jaroslav went to work at the Ferona plant, where he managed the purchase and sale of goods. In May 1989, at the instigation of his brother, Jaroslav joined the Czechoslovak People‘s Party. After the Velvet Revolution, he was co-opted as a representative for the Czechoslovak People‘s Party in the city district of Ostrava South. Two years later, he ran for a non-elective seat in regular elections. Later he was involved in the control committee. In 2022 he lived in Ostrava.