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Olga Křivková (1917) - Biography

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Everything disappeared in a single large black hole

Olga Křivková, née Vlčková, was born on the 7th of February 1917. Her father was a successful merchant - while he was an apprentice, he travelled all around Western Europe and learned Italian, French, and German. He ran a home supply store in Pardubice. Olga Křivková became a dressmaker and married in 1941. She and her husband bought a house in a Pardubice quarter called Višňovka. In 1942 it was bombed by four air missiles intended for the industrial site Paramo. This left them without any funds and they spent the rest of the war at an aunt's house. After the war, Olga's husband entered the military service and was subsequently let go after refusing to enter the Communist Party. Olga spent her life as a housewife and raised four children. Her husband died of cancer in 1983.

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