My father – a resistance fighter and a prisoner of the Nazi regime – became a communist
Eva Adamová was born in 1928. Her father František Tondr was arrested in 1940 for his involvement in anti-Nazi resistance in the organization Defence of the Nation (Obrana národa). After the war he became a staunch communist, while his daughter did not share his political views. Her mother worked in a bank in Mladá Boleslav. Eva married and she had one son. As a clerk in the Škoda factory in Mladá Boleslav she was sent to work on the assembly line for her political opinions during the campaign of sending administrative workers into production departments. Afterwards she worked in the company RAJ for twenty-two years. Eva Adamová now lives in Mladá Boleslav.