The refugees brought their cordiality to Bavaria
Manfred Hubl was born on the 3rd of August in 1940 in Andělská Hora near Karlovy Vary. His father tended to his smallholding and on occasion, he worked as a waiter in Karlovy Vary. In June of 1946, the family had to leave their house because a Czech family moved in. The parents had to keep working on the formerly their land until the final expulsion on the 24th August of 1946. The family moved to Allhofen in the Holledau area in Lower Bavaria. In 1949, Manfred’s father died. Manfred attended convent school in Rohr until he and his mother moved to Beilsheim in Hessen where they lived between 1952 and 1958. He finished his high school studies in Weilburg an den Lahn. Then, they moved to Munich where Manfred’s two sister lived. He got a job at a luxury furniture shop and his work became his lifetime passion. He moved for work, first to Rosenheim, then to Straubing. Here, he and his wife had their own furniture shop. They have two children.