Albin Pleva was a travelling travesti dancer, who occasionally supplemented her income by some sex work. She was arrested by the Czech authorities subservient to the Nazi occupation for being "irredeemable" and was interned at a concentration camp, a huge pig farm at Lety.
There is no further information about her, and so it is assumed that she died there.
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