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Deportations to the Far East, Siberia and North Kazachstan 1939–1941 and 1944–1950

List of witnesses

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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 

František Hanisch (1928 - 2014)

born October 2, 1928 in Mařenice (district Jablonné pod Ještědem) his father František went to work in Russia in 1930 – Donetsk, Dnepropetrovsk and Dneprodzerjinsk in 1931 František and his parents and his brother Ervín, who was eight years older, went to ... arrows 

Lieutenant Colonel (ret.) Michal Javorčák (1921 - 2017)

born 19 June 1921 in the village of Vyšný Verecký, Transcarpathian Ukraine April 1940, secretly fled to the USSR with some friends arrested immediately after crossing the border kept in various prisons and camps autumn 1940, Vinice Prison, received a sentence ... 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 

Michal Malejko (1922 - ????)

born in 1922 in the village Čierny Potok, Iršava district, in Sub-Carpathian Ruthenia in 1940 he immigrated to the Soviet Union until 1943 he was a prisoner at a forced labor camp in Siberia in 1943 he enlisted into the forming 1st Czechoslovak Army Corps in ... arrows 

Kurt Markovič (1917 - 1991)

born 25 August 1917 in Moravská Ostrava transport of Ostravian Jews to Nisko, Poland escape to the Soviet Union deported to a labour camp in Siberia joined the Czechoslovak unit in Buzuluk fought on the eastern front, aide of General Ludvík Svoboda family ... arrows 

Kazimír Morozovič (1936)

born January 12, 1937 in the village Rudňa Novenka near the town Shepetivka in Ukraine his father Lucian Morozovič was of Ukrainian origin, his mother was a Czech national the family lived in Ukraine and later in Russia near Buzuluk his mother was a widow when ... arrows 

Olha Antonovna Nesvizha (1926)

born 19 October 1926 in Ozerany, Volhynia, under Polish rule August 1943, her brother Hnat joined the Ukrainian Insurgent Army and was killed later that autumn 1944, arrested by the Soviets for helping the insurgents sentenced to ten years of prison in ... arrows 

Valentyna Platonivna Denysjuk (1929)

born on November 16, 1929 in the village Tarakaniv in the Rivne province in the then Poland attended ten grades of school, then she enrolled in the pedagogical institute in Lvov she became a messenger (zv'jazkova) for the Ukrainian Insurgent Army distributing ... arrows 

Mgr. Lydie Půrová (1932) video clip available

born on the 28th July 1932 in Český Straklov, Volhynia spent her childhood in a village called Ledochovka in Volhynia Volhynian Czech her uncle Vladimír Bešta and his son were shot by the Soviets for being exploiters of the people her aunt Věra Beštová and ... arrows 



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