Peter Kysel was born in occupied Czechoslovakia towards the end of WW2. When he was ten months old, his aunt Irena took him on a train journey, to escape the impending uprising against the German occupation of Prague. The train was bombed by the Americans, but they both escaped unhurt. Peter’s parents, who were employed as a tailor and a seamstress, remained in Prague.
About the Author
Peter Kysel was born into an entrepreneurial family towards the end of WW2. When he was ten months old, his aunt Irena took him on a train journey to escape…
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