Objects & Places from Under a Cruel Star: A Life in Prague 1941-1968

Heda Margolius Kovaly
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Object Descriptions

Czechoslovakia - This is the country in which the narrator of the story grew up.

Lodz Ghetto - This is the location in Poland where the narrator was sent to live during the war.

Auschwitz - This is a forced labor compound.

Prague - This is the city in which the narrator of the story grew up.

Communism - This is a political theory.

Victorious February - This refers to the Czechoslovakian coup d'état of 1948.

Ruzyn Prison - This is where the narrator's husband was taken after being arrested.

Party Committees - This is the organizational backbone of the political system that overtook Czechoslovakia after World War II.

Secret Reports - This is where the rehabilitation of the narrator's husband was announced.

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