One never knew what tomorrow brings
Anna Čepelová was born on 25 April, 1924 in Slemeno as a daughter of the husbands Veverka, owning a farm near Rychnov nad Kněžnou. The father of her father, Václav, was long employed at the estate of the count Kolowrat as a deputation (bailiff) and he got the farm as surrenders during the land reform. Witness´ father got the farm in quite a debt and the next generation had to deal with a large historical disfavour. After 1948 the parents were pronounced gulags and since then faced continuous pressure following from overall state policy against private farmers; yet the legislative regulations were even enhanced by bullying on part of the local authorities. Gradually parents lost their agricultural technical equipment and finally had to hand over the whole farm to the state cooperative. But the persecution was not over yet. As employees of the state farm they have been still accused of mishandling of entrusted property. In 1991 the husbands got their farm back after an exhausting fight b ...
|Number of witnesses in database||6755|
|Number of published witnesses||3595|
|Number of registered researchers||5957|
|Number of photos||46627|
|Number of clips||17703|
23/02/2017, Tisková zpráva, Post Bellum
Post Bellum, o. p. s. chce do tří let otevřít v centru Prahy Institut Paměti národa. Vzniku této instituce má pomoci projektový tým složený z renomovaných historiků, odborníků na vzdělávání i zážitkové expozice, architektů, scénografů, stavařů, developerů a donátorů.
Pokud kromě moderních technologií fandíte stále starému dobrému papíru, nemiňte novinku v našem e-shopu – elegantní retro zápisník Každý má svůj příběh, z limitované série, kterou na míru pro Paměť národa navrhlo a vyrobilo nové papírnictví Papelote.