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Josef Hamrozi (1929)

My uncle had two sons in the Wehrmacht, neither came back

Josef Hamrozi was born on the 29th of January 1929 into a Polish family in Písečná, a village located in the Czech-Polish border region. In the early 1930s his family registered as Czech nationals for economic reasons. Josef Hamrozi went to a Czech school. During the war he worked for a farmer in Bocanovice. He was drafted into the Wehrmacht and was supposed to start on the 3rd of January 1945, because the front was getting closer, however, he decided to hide at his uncle's until the end of the war. Afterwards he worked in Třinec and helped repair the local chapel. He served as a bell ringer there after retiring and contributed to automatization of bell ringing in the chapel.arrows 

He was supposed to enter the Wehrmacht at age fifteen but hid at his uncle's house


PhDr. Ivan Kaspar (1926)

Born on September 25, 1926, in Prague. Student of the Experimental Grammar School in Dejvice. Forced labour in industrial production. A member of the anti-Nazi ... arrows 


Josef Mundil (1933)

July 7, 30, born in Zelov, Poland. 1939, joins the first grade, school closed down by Nazis. 1942, witness to a public execution of ten local Jews in Zelov. 1945, Zelov ... arrows 


Jaroslava Doležalová (1925)

born 31 January 1925 in Žďár nad Sázavou comes from a family that owned a restaurant, a butcher’s shop, and a farm in Žďár nad Sázavou married aged 19 to avoid forced labour ... arrows 


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