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Anna Havelková (1927)

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Anna Havelková, née Podolská, was born on 3 February 1927 into a family of Viennese Czechs. When growing up she attended Czech schools of the expatriate Komenský Association, where she graduated with honours. During World War II she experienced several heavy Allied bombing runs on the Austrian metropolis, and also the Red Army's attack on the city in April 1945. During the post-war repatriation process, she and her sister travelled to Prague and then later to Kadaň in the Czech border region. The town was to be repopulated by Czech repatriates in place of the deported German inhabitants. In the pub on the main square, Anna met Antonín Havelka, a farm administrator. They married in 1946 and had six children. The couple moved from Kadaň to an estate in Tupadly in 1948, which was managed by Antonín Havelka, the adoptive son of the owner, his aunt Marie. However, after a number of disputes he had to return the farm to his adoptive mother in 1950 by a "consent decree"; he began farming in J ...arrows 

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Jevdokie Kepková (1922)

Born on March 1922, in Boliki, Russia Her family owned a farm, seized during the collectivisation She worked in a kolkhoz Became a midwife The area where she left during ... arrows 


Eva Dědková (1936)

born in 1936 in Brno during war she lived in Prague, where she experienced air-raids several times studied the middle school of pedagogics in Brno after finishing school ... arrows 


Mgr. Eva Sirotková-Franklin (1934)

born February 15, 1934 in central Ural in the village Gubakha to Czech parents Karel and Štěpánka Sirotek the Sirotek family returned from Russia immediately before the ... arrows 


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