I said that Brezhnev was the red Hitler. And that was that
Ladislav Jakub was born on October 12 1948 in Drahanovice near Olomouc. Because his father Bohumil did not hide his resistance to the regime, he was not allowed to go to high school. He trained as a locksmith and then began a two-year study as a tank technician at a military school in Vyškov. During the Prague Spring of 1968, he joined the Communist Party. He experienced the August invasion of Warsaw Pact troops as a soldier in the occupied barracks in Přáslavice near Olomouc. Due to disapproval of the entry of foreign troops, he was demoted from captain to soldier and had to leave the army. He handed over the party book himself. In the years of normalization, he worked in manual occupations. In 2020 he lived in Olomouc.