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Dagmar Lieblova´s grandparents

This is picture of my grandparents which was made in their home in Cimelice.

I can't remember my grandmother or grandfather on my father's side too well, as I never spent much time with them, even though we used to visit them twice a year in Cimelice, which is a small town near Pisek.

My grandfather on my father's side was called Vilem Fantl and was born in Lubenec in 1858.

Dagmar Lieblova´s parents with family and friends

This is picture made in Stare Splavy by Machovo lake where my parents used to go for vacation.

Man in right is Lev Muller,husband of mom´s cousin, he is holding his son Jiri.

The second woman from right is his wife Vera.

In front is sitting mom´s brother Ervin, beside him is my mom holding me as baby. Man in back is my dad.

We would always go somewhere in summer, and if it was warm, we would head for Vidlak Pond, which is about 15 km away. We even went there on workdays, after dad finished work.

Dagmar Lieblova´s uncle

This is picture of my mom´s brother Ervin.

Ervin was born in 1895 in Malin. He lived in Dejvice, Prague, in what is now Ckalova Street, and worked as a bank clerk.

At the end of the 1920s he married Helena Schillerova, a Jewish woman. Her father had married twice, so she had two step-sisters who lived in Kolkovna Street in Prague.

During the Protectorate, when Jews had to move out of the better quarters, Ervin and Helena later moved in with him. Ervin and Helena had a son, Tomas, who was born in 1936.

Dagmar Lieblova´s aunt

This is picture of my aunt Ruzena and her son.

Ruzena was born in 1890. She married Ota Beran, who, I think, was a coffee importer.

They were well-off financially, but their only son, who I never met, was killed in a bike crash long before the war.

Ruzena lived with her husband in Prague and later built a villa in Strancice, where we once came to visit. I was really impressed by the place at the time, for there was a room with a door that led straight onto the garden via a staircase.

Dagmar Lieblova´s father

This is picture of my father. It was probably made after his school-leaving exam or in the beginning of his university studies.

My dad was called Julius Fantl and was born in 1892 in Cimelice. He was a blue-eyed blond.

While studying medicine, he become involved in student activity against Austria and was sentenced to six months at the age of twenty-two.

He was only in prison for three years though, because there was an amnesty in 1917 when Emperor Franz Joseph died and a new emperor came along.

Dagmar Lieblova´s parents with family and friends

First from right is brother of my maternal grandmother Karel Herman, beside him is husband of mom´s cousin Lev Muller and beside him is his wife Vera.

In center there is my mom. Third from right is my dad and beside him is another mom´s cousin Greta. I do not know the other people or where the picture was made.

My grandmother had several brothers and sisters. Karel and Zikmund lived in Brno, where they made confectionary.

Dagmar Lieblova´s uncle

This is a picture of my mom´s elder brother Ervin and his wife Helena on their wedding day.

Ervin was born in 1895 in Malin. He lived in Dejvice, Prague, in what is now Ckalova Street, and worked as a bank clerk.

At the end of the 1920s he married Helena Schillerova, a Jewish woman. Her father had married twice, so she had two step-sisters who lived in Kolkovna Street in Prague.

During the Protectorate, when Jews had to move out of the better quarters, Ervin and Helena later moved in with him.

Brother of Dagmar Lieblova's grandmom

This is picture of my grandmom´s brother Emil. Beside him is standing his sister Matylda and his wife Petronila. The picture was made in front of Emil´s shop.

My grandmother on my mother's side was called Augusta Reitmanova (nee Hermanova) and was born in 1870 in the Bohemian-Moravian highlands in a village called Pokrikov.

Her dad apparently had a tavern or a little store. My grandmother had several brothers and sisters. Karel and Zikmund lived in Brno, where they made confectionary.

dagmar lieblova

Prague, Czech Republic

Dagmar Lieblova 
Prague 
Czech Republic 
Name des Interviewers: Pavla Neuner 
Datum des Interviews: January, 2004 

 

Dagmar Lieblova wohnt zusammen mit ihrem Mann in einer wunderschönen Wohnung in einer neuen Prager Wohnsiedlung.

Das Interview fand in ihrem gemütlichen Wohnzimmer – voll mit alten Familienmöbeln und Büchern – statt. Frau Lieblova ist eine sehr sympathische Person – wie ihr Mann auch.

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