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Marta Nedvědová (1929)

I couldn’t visit my homeland of Yugoslavia until 1968

Marta Nedvědová was born on 13 May 1929 into the mixed Czech-Serbian family of Ladislav Nedvěd and Berta Nedvědová, née Pejić in Belgrade, in the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats, and Slovenians. She had an older sister, Milada, and a younger one, Lída. Her father Ladislav had come to Belgrade in 1924 when he was sent to work at a branch of the Czech Credit Bank. At the age of thirteen, Marta Nedvědová witnessed when war came to Yugoslavia in April 1941 and Nazi bombs started raining down on Belgrade. The shells hit the street where she lived as well. Several weeks later the Gestapo arrested Ladislav Nedvěd because he had been helping people get from the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia to Yugoslavia together with the Czechoslovak-Yugoslavian League. He was interned in a civilian prison in Austria and released after a year, but only with permission to stay in the Protectorate. Marta, her mother, sisters, and grandmother all moved to the Protectorate to join the father in 1942. They all surv ...arrows 

April 1941, Belgrade: the war began with bombing

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Petr Pithart (1941)

born 2 January 1941 in Kladno into the family of the lawyer Vilém Pithart his father was a pre-war Communist who had been interned in Terezín and Dachau his father was a ... arrows 


Jiří Holba (1953)

Born on May 11, 1953, in Vsetín Trained as electro-mechanic Since the late 1970s has lived in Prague and was a member of the underground community around the Betlehem Chapel ... arrows 


Jaromír Bilík (1918)

born 12 January 1918 in Brno 1937, enrolled at the Brno University of Technology 1939, interrupted his studies when Czech universities were closed 1945, received an ... arrows 


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