The experience of resistance to occupation in August 1968 was worth it even though I lost my loved job because of it
Eva Mudrová, née Kunertová was born on the 5th of February 1933 in Hať near Opava. Her father was a police officer and the family changed place of living often. She spent the end of World War II in Mladeč near Litovle. She moved with her parents to Český Těšín in 1947 and she studied Business Academy there. After the Secondary school leaving exam, she started to work in the editorial office of Czechoslovak Radio in Ostrava. She became the first presenter of television broadcast from Ostrava in 1955. She took part in Ostrava Radio broadcasting against Warsaw Pact troops occupation in August 1968. She was sacked from broadcast and the Czechoslovak Communist Party during political screenings in 1970. She couldn´t find work for several years after it. She worked as a secretary in North Moravian Dairy factory from 1975 to 1990. She started to cooperate with the radio after the fall of the communist regime.