cs_CZ de_DE en_GB es_CU fr_FR hr_HR hu_HU hy_AM ka_GE pl_PL ro_RO ru_RU sk_SK uk_UA 

Miroslav Berkovský (1916) - Biography

All rights to use these materials are implied by rights of particular projects. If you can supply materials to this witness, please, contact us.

Do not meddle in anything and do not to tell anybody anything about yourself…


Miroslav Berkovský was born October 25, 1916 at the estate of prince Paar in Lhota-Pleš, where his father worked as an administrator. In 1921 the family moved to the estate in Vřesná. In 1931 Miroslav Berkovský began studying the trade academy in Jindřichův Hradec. Immediately after passing his graduation examination he was accepted as a trainee in a paint-producing factory in Ústí nad Labem. In February 1935 he was hired as an official in the Czechoslovak Grain Association in Prague. In 1943 he married and started a family. The Czechoslovak Grain Association was renamed Obilosvaz after WWII, but due to the progressing political changes it was gradually being reorganized and after the coup d'état in February 1948 it became disbanded and transformed into regional branch offices. Miroslav Berkovský then became the head of the planning department at the Ministry of Agriculture, and later he became the deputy to the director of the state-owned company Zemědělské Potřeby (Equipment for Agriculture). The company's activity included foreign trade as well. He retired in 1978.

Comments (0)

Comments can add only registerd researchers. You can register to research room here.



Registration to research room

Lost password?

SET AS HOMEPAGE  | RSS  | CONTACTS  |  (c) 2000 - 2018 Post Bellum