That wouldn’t be a return but a second emigration
Eva Turner, née Krausová, was born January 21, 1948 in Prague into a Jewish family. Most of her relatives died in concentration camps during World War II. In 1967 Eva managed to leave the country to be an au pair in Great Britain. Meanwhile in 1968, Czechoslovakia was occupied by Warsaw Pact troops. Eva considered returning home, which she did in early 1969 because her father had fallen ill. In the 1970s she met Jerry Turner, an Englishmen whom she married and acquired British citizenship. The marriage ended in divorce but Eva nevertheless legally left for England in 1978, where she successfully graduated from college and worked in IT. In London she married Karel Šling, an emigrant and grandson of Otto Šling who was executed in the 1950s. They live in London to this day.