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Olga Musilová (1927) - Biography

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How come that they turned us into such sheep?

Olga Musilová, née Tesařová, was born in 1927 in Žďár near Mnichovo Hradiště. Her father was a policeman and so the family had to move frequently. At first they relocated to Český Dub and later to the German village Königshan near the border. In 1938 the family had to flee the village in haste before its annexation to the Nazi Germany. They went to Žďár, but Olga's father was transferred again soon after, this time to Ostroměř. He was fired from his job after the communist coup d'état. Olga studied to be a social worker. For most of her life she was in charge of a children's nursery and she lived with her husband in Ústí nad Labem.

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