During the raids on Germany, the windows in Krásný Březno shook
Ludmila Kunová, née Kandová, was born on July 19, 1929 in Krásný Březno near Ústí nad Labem. During the occupation of the Sudetenland by the Germans, she had to attend a German school. During the war, she cared for a sick mother and thus escaped work duties in Germany. In 1945, she perceived the bombing of Dresden and Ústí nad Labem. After the war, she joined the local post office. In 1948 she participated in the XI. All-Sokol Rally. In 1951, she married local barber Ladislav Kuna. They had three children. The first two died a few hours after birth, the third daughter Hana was born healthy. At the post office, she experienced the Warsaw Pact invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968. In 1985, she trained just before retiring at the last Spartakiad in Strahov, Prague. Ludmila lived an apolitical, family life. In 2021 she lived in a home for the elderly in Krásný Březno. The story of the witness could be recorded thanks to the support of the Ústí Region.