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Marta Košťálová (1924) - Biography


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Of course, I missed home. I even cried.

Marta Košťálová was born on 24 October, 1924. Her father was a couchman, her mother was an assistant in a legal company. During WW2 she was already married and her husband was sent to the forced deployment to Mannheim. Herself she was forced to labour in ČKD Dukla Karlín. In 1946 her first son was born and twelve years later the second one. Especially in 1960s she was publically active, as she became a member of the parliament, worked at the Prague castle and was a member of the Czechoslovak Women Association. Due to her ideals she wished to enter the communist party, but her registration was not accepted. In 1981 she retired and has been living in the retirement home for the last two years.

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