Postbellum

Memory of Nation

 

Zdenka Tesařová (1948)

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  Zdenka Tesařová (1948)
Czechs gathered around the church and the school and stuck together

World War II

“All I know is that my dad was a guerrilla, and I also know that my mother’s grandfather was a German soldier in the Austria-Hungary era, and he went missing in the war – nobody has ever heard of him since. Since he was a German soldier, his family went to an internment camp when the war was over and everything was taken from them. They took their land, house and everything. My mother’s first brother immigrated to Germany because they had nothing – everything was taken from them so they left. My grandmother was married by then and she was the only one who stayed in Središte.”

  • Born on 2 December in 1948 Veliko Središte in Yugoslavia
  • A member of the Czech minority
  • She graduated from a teaching school
  • She started working in Češko Selo after graduation
  • Then she worked in Dupljaj and Kusić
  • She was a teacher in Bela Crkva before retiring
  • She always spoke Czech actively
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