The Scout salute was the only thing the Bolshevik had taken away from them
Martin Adámek was born on 27 February 1958 in Prague. His father, Čestmír, was a scout and participated in the march of students to Prague Castle in February 1948. The memorial itself entered a Scout-led section in the early 1970s, when Junak was re-dissolved by the Communists. The section thus officially operated under the physical education. Later he became a leader. During a Christmas game in the center of Prague in the 1970s he was summoned to be questioned by the state security. He graduated from high school, after graduating from military service he focused on cooperation with older scouts and alpine tourism. With his wife Hana they raised a daughter and a son. In 2020 he worked as a chairman of the district of Prague 10 in Junák and he is employed as a technician in the State Environmental Fund.