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Rosa Slunsky (1928) - Biography


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The partisans wanted to rape me twice

Rosa Slunsky was born in 1928 in Nový Přerov to the Croatian couple of Jan and Rozálie Mikulič. She attended a Czech school in Nový Přerov, a German one in Novosedly, and she also spent a part of her childhood with her aunt in Vienna. When the war broke out, she returned to Nový Přerov to help her parents with their farm. After the war some so-called partisans came to Nový Přerov and tyrannised the local inhabitants. They confiscated property and raped young girls. Due to the very tense atmosphere and uncertain future, Rosa escaped to Austria in 1948 with her fiancé, the Croat Matěj Slunský from Frélichov. After a complicated search for a new home, the family finally settled down in Vienna.

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