In my heart and soul I am still a scout
Gustav Černý was born on May 3, 1920, in The New York He was arrested in Pilsen on June 16, 1936. At the general school in Resslova Street, he had a bunch of friends, with whom they often got into clashes with the boys from hitlerjugend. At the age of nine, he experienced the end of the war and the tearing down of German inscriptions. He was a direct participant in the arrival of American soldiers in Republic Square and the shooting from the tower of St. Peter’s Cathedral. Bartholomew. He admired the Americans greatly, he brought them doughnuts and sold them postcards and stamps. Then he fulfilled his great dream and joined the Scout, after banning Junaka from joining a pioneering organization. In 1953 he trained as a lathe worker in Škoda and at the same time witnessed protests in connection with monetary reform. On 21 December 2005, the Council adopted Joint Action He was expelled from the Communist Party in 1968, and he was also fired from his job. He was also divorced, and he has a son from his first marriage. She has three other sons from her second marriage. In order to provide his family with cozy living in a pleasant environment, he renovated the house in Horní Polžice in the West Bohemian Sudetenland. He befriended the original inhabitants, who were moved to Germany after the war. He was involved in the restoration of monuments and the preservation of the historical legacy of places in the region. He founded the Harlosee Village Museum in Horní Polžice, and is chairman of the Club of Friends of Kryštof Harant z Polžice and Bezdružice.