If somebody thinks only for his benefits and not for the benefits of whole society, it may turn out badly
Pavol Múčka was born on 12 May 1926 in Uhrovec. He grew up in a society with a communist background. His stepfather and older brother were directly involved in the Slovak National Uprising, the rest of his family also supported the Slovak National Uprising. Pavol informed the partisans, procured weapons for them, helped to falsify documents. He had experiences with the invasions of German army and Russian Liberation Army led by General Vlasov against Slovak partisans in Uhrovec. His brother died in the Slovak National Uprising. After war he graduated as a carpenter. He worked in clothing factory Zornica in Bánovce nad Bebravou. He founded a vocational school and the Institute of Scientific and Technological Development there. He has seven children with his wife. Until today he does not conceal his communist beliefs.