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Jiřina Juláková (1935)

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Jiřina Juláková was born on 30 September 1935 in Prague to Vladimír and Jiřina Petřek. From 1938 to 1943 she and her mother lived with her father's relatives in Rožnov pod Radhoštěm. Her parents lived in legal separation, which later probably saved her life. Her father, a chaplain at the Orthodox church of Sts Cyril and Methodius in Prague, always came to visit the family in Moravian Wallachia over the holidays. But when the witness looked forward to showing her father her first-year school report, she waited in vain. He was arrested in June 1942 and subsequently executed in Prague-Kobylisy in September that very year - for supporting the paratroopers who assassinated Reinhard Heydrich in May 1942. Jiřina Juláková moved to Prague in 1943 and has lived there since. She was expelled from grammar school after leaving the classroom in protest of a distorted depiction of the Heydrich assassination. In the end she graduated from a different school and earned a degree in physics and chemistry ...arrows 

Injured German soldiers in Prague

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Tomáš Sousedík (1943)

born 10 October 1943 in Vsetín 1949, began attending an eleven-year school; graduated in 1960 from 1960, trainee electrical engineer 1962-1967, studied at the University ... arrows 


Jaroslav Hutka (1947)

Born on April 21, 1947, in Olomouc 1962 moving to Prague to his cousin, unfinished study at the Secondary Art School 1966 First interrogation in Olomouc over his long hair ... arrows 


Josef Schubert (1933)

born on 20 October, 1933 in Niesnersberg (Nýznerov) his mother was an accident, when he was very young so his grandparents (parents of the mother took care of him 5 younger ... arrows 


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