Postbellum

Memory of Nation

 

academic painter Eva Schwarzová, roz. Hodačová (1925)

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academic painter Eva Schwarzová, roz. Hodačová (1925)
For refusing to dance with him he sent me to prison

Slipped anti-state leaflets

„But someone probably denounced me and I guess I know who. I learnt only later, when I came back, that he was a kind of communist secretary, who lived in the opposite house and wanted to take revenge. So of course the leaflets were slipped. (And how did you get to them? Where did you take them?) I got them by regular mail. (People used to get such leaflet back then?) Well it was in the envelope and no one knew what was inside. (And you do not know what was inside? You never figured out?) I did not know who made those, but it was a kind of a communist rebellion. How he got to those leaflets, I never learnt either. (And you do not know, what the communist secretary wanted to take revenge for?) Indeed I do know. We went dancing with my friend in a winery. He came for me and I did not go, as he was a communist. And he said that to my friend, who he lived with, that he was going to take revenge. So he did.“

  • 12th October, 1925 born in Dobronín near Jihlava
  • 1935 – her father tragically dies during a cinema screening
  • 1939 – moved from Jihlava to Čáslav
  • 1943 – forced labour
  • 1945 – began studying UMPRUM
  • 1948 – arrested for slipped in anti-state leaflets
  • 1949 – thrown out of school
  • worked as a window screen arranger
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