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Vlasta Adlerová
(Na Hradbách 157)

Vlasta Adlerová’s parents came from Eastern Bohemia. Her father Otakar Adler was the son of Jindřich Adler, a businessman from Ostřešany (the Pardubice district), and Marie Reichmannová. In 1911 in Hradec Králové, Otakar married Františka Neufeldová from Rychnov nad Kněžnou, the daughter of a businessman Zikmund Neufeld and his wife Žofie Jomková. The Adlers moved to Kolín where Otakar worked at a refinery at Zálabí. Their two daughters Marie (* 13 December 1911) and Vlasta (* 14 March 1913) were born here as well as their son Bohumil (* 1 December 1916). During the occupation, Vlasta was working at the office of the Jewish Community of Kolín. Marie got married despite her Jewish origin but Vlasta’s sweetheart broke up with her. Therefore, Vlasta and her parents had to get on a Kolín transport AAb on 5 June 1942 that left for Terezín. After a week, however, on 12 June 1942, they were transported to Trawniki by the AAk transport. They all died in Trawniki. Bohumil survived the hardships of the War.

The stolperstein has been paid by Ivana Zadáková.