Postbellum

Memory of Nation

 

Ing., Arch. Martin Tomešek (1950)

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Ing., Arch. Martin  Tomešek (1950)
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Principal convinced by newspaper

“I had quite a cheeky moment back then, we were subscribed to the agriculture newspaper and I would send them poems and get books for that. And so I wrote them a question whether a school principal could ban me from studying at a high school. And that was in 1965, I finished in 1966. And the newspaper published a response stating that a principal could not decide whether I was allowed to study or not. And so I took the newspaper to school, the principal was boiling with anger, but it was a success. In 1966 I applied for admission to an engineering school, I passed the exams, at the time it was quite a premium school so there were loads of us.”

  • born in 1950 in Hrubá Vrbka
  • 1956-1960 – the family affected by collectivization
  • 1972 – study internship in the USSR
  • working for Centroprojekt Zlín
  • collaboration with the architect Zdeněk Plesník
  • 1982 – emigration to Austria
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