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Women who endured communist-era repression have often been reluctant to disclose the details of the traumatic and humiliating experiences they endured during their incarceration. References and suggested further reading: Explore the Home Gift Guide. Kelly also writes a blog The View East and she tweets as kellyhignett and thevieweast. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. These women were held in numerous different prisons and forced labour camps across Czechoslovakia, where they frequently experienced poor living conditions, inadequate hygiene and medical care and enforced labour, while enduring physical and psychological violence, abuse and humiliation at the hands of the penal authorities.
After the war, she was reunited with her husband Rudolf Margolius, who was also a concentration camp survivor, and a committed communist. While Marta fled Czechoslovakia inDagmar became involved in resistance activities, printing and distributing anti-communist leaflets and posters mocking the new Czechoslovakian leader, Klement Gottwald.
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She also worked with Amnesty Internationalcontinuing to campaign for better prison conditions until her death in Patrick and Michael Murphey. Two years later, during the temporary liberalisation of the Prague Spring of she played a key role dagmaf establishing Kthe first organisation to represent former political prisoners in Czechoslovakia.
You may also like. Elite Purges and Mass Repression. There, she continued to forge a successful career as a translator in addition to working as a librarian in the international law library at Harvard University. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Home About the Author: As men comprised the majority of political prisoners, it was usually the women who were left trying to hold their families together and survive in the face of sustained political and socio-economic discrimination, marginalisation and exclusion.
She was left to raise their young son, Ivan, while fighting to survive in the face of sustained state-sanctioned repression. The strain of living under these conditions caused Heda to become critically ill, but she was imkpv denied medical treatment.
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Through their narratives, these women are able to present themselves simultaneously as both victims and survivors of communist repression. Two years later, during the liberalisation of the Prague Spring in she was instrumental in establishing Kthe first organisation to represent former political prisoners in Czechoslovakia.
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