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Stanislav Češka (1932) - Biography


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He reported my whole family

Stanislav Češka was born on May 29, 1932 in Lišov near České Budějovice. His father operated a small carpenter's workshop, which was nationalized after 1948. Stanislav was prevented from studying for high school due to cadre reasons. So he got to work and was soon recrruited to war. He joined the Auxiliary Technical Battalions (PTP), where he spent over two years. After returning, he devoted himself to sports racing and found a job at the company Fruta. After the Velvet Revolution, he was elected the company director. After 1989, he was given the opportunity to read the file that the state police kept for him. From the archive documentation, he learned of the many people around him were reporting to StB. He was most painfully aware of the fact that his closest friend was also reporting to StB.

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