Ondrej Sekora Net Worth
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The main source of income: Authors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2022 year – is about $186,4 Million.
Ondrej Sekora information Profession:Writer
:How tall is Ondrej Sekora – 1,63m.
How much weight is Ondrej Sekora – 81kg
Biography,In 1919 he graduated from the gymnasium in Vyskov. He then studied at the Faculty of Law of Masaryk University. From 1921 he worked as a sports editor, illustrator, reporter and commentator for Lidove noviny newspaper in Brno. In 1923 he married Marketa Kalabusova, but was divorced a year later. From 1929 to 1931 he studied privately as a pupil of Professor Arnost Hofbauer. In 1927 the editorial office of Lidove noviny moved to Prague.Sekora married his second wife, Ludmila Roubickova, in 1931. A year later she bore him a son, who was also named Ondrej. In 1941, during World War II, he was forced to leave his job and expelled from the Federation of Czech Journalists. The reason was his mixed marriage. His second wife, Ludmila, was of Jewish origin, and the whole family was persecuted by Germans as racially mixed. From October 1944 to April 1945, he was imprisoned in the German labor camps in Kleinstein (Poland) and Osterode (Germany). His wife was deported to the Theresienstadt concentration camp. In Osterode, Sekora met and befriended Czech actor Oldrich Novy, with whom he attempted to organize the puppet theatre in the camp. Both Sekora and his wife survived the imprisonment, and he later described his experience in his diary.Following World War II he worked as an editor in the magazines Prace (Work) and Dikobraz (Porcupine). From 1949 he also led one of the sections of the Statni nakladatelstvi detske knihy (SNDK) (State Publishing House of Children Books). In his later years Sekora devoted himself solely to painting, writing and illustration. In 1964 he was awarded the Meritorious Artist title, and in 1966 he received the Marie Majerova Prize. His public activities ceased in 1964, after a heart attack. He died in 1967, and is buried in Prague-Kosire.He was a member of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia. In the post-war years he actively participated in the Czechoslovak communist agitation and propaganda.Sekora trained the first Czech rugby clubs, Moravska Slavie in Brno-Pisarky and AFK Zizka Brno among others. He also created the Czech rugby terminology. He co-founded and edited the magazine Sport.The Main-belt asteroid 13406 Sekora, discovered in 1999, is named after him.
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