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1940-1950 - Сollectivization in Ukraine

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The Fifties - 1948 - 1959 (2659)

List of witnesses


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Mykola Baranovskij - Sokolovskij (1928)

born on the 1st of January 1928 in Český Straklov in Volhynia born into a Russian-Polish marriage – Russian father, Polish mother grew up in a Czech village in Volhynia frequented Czech school and was member of Czech organizations (Sokol) witnessed Soviet ... arrows 


František Beneš (1923)

born in 1923 in Sergejevka in the Volyn region his father was the major of the vilalge Sergejevka in 1943 František witnessed the burning of Sergejevka left for military service in the town of Sadagura in 1944 joined the army of the general Svoboda fought ... arrows 


Maria Sergijivna Cigankova, roz. Zbirun (1924) video clip available

born 14 August 1924 in Pisnikiv near Mlynov, Rivne Oblast, which was Polish territory at the time 1943, her whole family was killed from 1944, cooperated with partisans from the Ukrainian Insurgent Army cooked food for the partisans and passed on messages ... arrows 


Olga Čvančarová (1927) video clip available

born 1927 in Černý Les, Volhynia Volhynian Czech sheltered a Jewish girl family owned a mill in Černý Les Ukrainian village of Krásný Sad razed to the ground re-emigrated to Czechoslovakia united agricultural co-op in Třebom husband Václav Čvančara ... arrows 


Marie Dedeciusová (1920) video clip available

born August 18, 1920 in Moldava Volhynian Czech her husband Josef Dedecius was marked as a kulak and sent to do forced labour her husband served as a mine-thrower operator in the 1st Czechoslovak Army Corps her father, teacher Antonín Křivka, was murdered by ... arrows 


Anna Foglová (1938) video clip available

born 1938 in Frankov (Velké Dorohostaje) in Volhynia a Volhynian Czech during WW2, her parents hid and fed seven Jews (the Tejtelmans, the Valešes) her father Josef Holátko served in the 1st Czechoslovak Army Corps 1947, the family remigrated to ... arrows 


Marie Fousová (1913 - 2015) video clip available

born 6 August 1913 in Dembrovka in Volhynia, which was under Russian rule moved to Chomout and then Ozerany 1929, married a local Czech housewife 1939-1944, experienced the Soviet and Nazi occupations of Volhynia 1947, remigrated to Czechoslovakia settled ... arrows 


Václav Hajný (1925 - 2015) video clip available

Born on January 1, 1925, in České Noviny in Volhynia March 21, 1944, he joined the newly created 1st Czechoslovak Army Corps 1st brigade, machine-gun company Fought in Krosno, Machnówka and in the battle of the Dukla Pass Ulcer in his knee Hospital in ... arrows 


Evženie Hamplová (1933) video clip available

born December 30, 1933 in Dorohostaje in the Dubno governorate in Volhynia her father Václav Hajný worked as an accountant in a kolkhoz the family was hiding Jews Soviet officer Mikhail Suchobokov was shot to death by Bandera’s soldiers in their house her ... arrows 


Major (ret.) Michal Hečka (1924)

born October 24, 1924 in the village Sinovir in Carpathian Ruthenia worked together with his father as a tradesman served in the paramilitary Hungarian organization Levente 1943 – escaped in order to avoid a draft notice for digging trenches spring 1944 – ... arrows 


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