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1944 - 1947 - Population Transfers from the Ukrainian - Polish Borderlands

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Before the iron curtain fall - 1946 - 1949 (2032)

List of witnesses

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Slavěna Eliášová (1943) video clip available

Born in 1943 in Podlísky in Volhynia A Volhynian Czech Uncle Vít was burned in Svatá nearby Buderaz Uncle Vladimír was imprisoned in a gulag nearby Vorkuta Grandfather Josef was murdered by Ukrainian nationalists In 1947, the family didn't re-emigrate to ... arrows 

Annelore Finková (1940)

born on 19 July 1940 as Annelore Miszich in the city of Lyck in Eastern Prussia (today Elk in north-eastern Poland) grew up in Königsberg/Kaliningrad her father drafted to the Wehrmacht in 1939; fell in 1945 her family was expelled in the spring of 1945 spent ... arrows 

Erika Gajová (1931)

born 8 February 1931 in Hindenburg in Silesia, now Zabrze in Poland 1945, liberated by the Soviet army, handed over to the Polish army her German father was deported to forced labour in mines in Ukraine the witness and her mother and two siblings were evicted ... arrows 

Viktor Hnízdil (1928) video clip available

birth certificate gives day of birth as 28 February 1928, in České Kneruty, Volhynia, under Polish rule at the time 1940, his father was made head of the kolkhoz witnessed Jewish families fleeing from the ghetto in Ostrožec assigned to a “stripka” unit - ... arrows 

RNDr. Kristina Jojková (1941)

Born in 1941 in a village of Lukové, region Sanok, in south-eastern Poland Parents of Ukraine nationality In 1946 escaped to Slovakia against increasing pressure of the Polish regime Spent a year in Eastern Slovakia with relatives In 1947 escaped to Prague ... arrows 

Alexandr Stejskal (1945)

Volhynian Czech born 10 April 1945 in the Czech village of Sofievka in present-day Ukraine 1947, returned to Czechoslovakia with his parents; settled in Broumov his grandfather Josef Stejskal and other of his relatives fought in the Czechoslovak legions during ... arrows 

Ludmila Vlková (1926)

born in January 29, 1926, in Volyn, in the Czech village of Boratin father was a mayor of the village in 1944 survived the bombing of Boratín in 1944 her brothers joined the 1st Czechoslovak Republic Army Corps in Volyn after the war the brothers settled in ... arrows 

Ольга Олексіївна Кривенька (1944)

born on 25th April 1944 in the village of Stare Brusno, Lubaczów County, Poland In 1945 her family was relocated to the Soviet Union; presently she lives in the village of Kozaki ... arrows 

Марія Іванівна Луценко (1932)

Born on 15th March, 1932, in the village of Korytniki, Przemyśl County Ukrainian; of Greek Catholic denomination After the war, her family was relocated to the village of Kozaki in Ukraine where it has been residing ever since ... arrows 

Надія Михайлівна Пишнограй (1961)

born on 4th September 1961 in the village of Trościaniec Mały, Zolochiv County her mother was deported to Siberia between 1945-1955 her fathers family was relocated from Korytniki, Poland, to Kozaki, nowadays Ukraine ... arrows 



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