There are many questions surrounding the whole event
Olga Glierová, Oherová, was born in 1932 in Zákřov near Olomouc. She witnessed the Zákřov massacre. The Zákřov massacre, occurred on 18 April 1945 when the soldiers of the 574 Cossack Battalion captured 23 men accused of supporting the guerillas in the town. On 20 April 1945, 19 of the captured men were executed, and their bodies burnt in a cabin, near the hamlet Kyjanice. Olga’s brother, Drahomí Ohera, had cooperated with the guerillas, and should have been among those executed. He lived by hiding under a bench and concealing himself under a coat. One of the soldiers, who had been looking for him, also lost the list with the names of those to be executed. Drahomír found it, and later turned it into the courts. It is still unclear who wrote the list. After the liberation of Zákřov, Olga and her family buried an unknown Russian soldier in the yard. After the war, Olga married Antonín Glier, working on the collective farm until her retirement. She still lives in the house where she witnessed the massacre.