Self-controls is one of the virtues of a man
Miloš Bunda was born on October 14, 1938, in Veľký Ďur. Father Vojtech Bunda (1904 - 1996) worked as a chief notary, mother Matilda (1909 - 1963) was a housewife and took care of Miloš and his two brothers and sister. After the First Vienna Arbitration, the family moved to Bošáca. Miloš’s father Vojtech Bunda joined the resistance movement, since 1939 he was a member of the resistance group “Obrana naroda”, later a member of the VELA group and for partisan groups - Stalin’s brigade and the staff of the Ján Žižek brigade battalion. In 1956, Vojtech Bunda was arrested and later sentenced to 3.5 years for conspiracy against the republic and confiscation of property. Miloš Bunda was subsequently expelled from university studies and had difficulty finding employment. During the totalitarian communist regime, the whole family was in the position of second-class citizens. He currently lives in retirement in Bošáca.