Postbellum

Memory of Nation

 

Dagmar Srovnalová (1924 - 2017)

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  Dagmar Srovnalová (1924 - 2017)
Love of my life as a result of forced labour

Familiar with husband on forced use in Germany

“We were transferring in Frankfurt to get to Pößneck and there was a bunch of boys. I liked one of them. We were on the same train and later worked at the same table in the same factory. That’s how it was, how we were assigned.”

  • born on the 8th of August 1924 in the town of Parkan (Štúrovo since 1948) in southern Slovakia
  • spent her childhood and early years in Vranová Lhota
  • forced to leave in November 1938 following the Hungarian occupation of southern Slovakia
  • forced labour in the German town of Pößneck
  • during her time in forced labour she met her future husband Josef Srovnal
  • witnessed three men getting shot to death on the 7th of May 1945 by the German unit in Vranová Lhota
  • moved to Velká Kraš with her parents following the war
  • married Josef Srovnal in 1946
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