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23.8.1939 - Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact

List of witnesses


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Jarmila Foralová (1927) video clip available

born on the 27th of April, 1927 in Palkovice her uncle, František Bílek, was a parliamentary deputy of the National Assembly her father helped German anti-Fascists who had escaped from concentration camps in Germany the family joined in the Communist resistance ... 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 


Lieutenant (ret.) Vladimír Hryzbil (1925 - 2017) video clip available

born on 2nd March 1925 lived through soviet occupation of Poland-Volhynia fought in Svoboda´s army: Dukla settled down in Žatec region for the second time in his life he live through collectivization he died on May, 19th, 2017 ... arrows 


Simon Japaridze (1921) video clip available

Born in Chiatura, November 02, 1921 Finished School in Gurjaani In 1940 he was conscripted into the army and sent to Latvia In 1941 was taken captive and sent to prisoners camp in Krushina (Poland) Returned to Tbilisi in 1946 and entered to the Agriculture ... arrows 


Jaroslav Kočí (1950) video clip available

born 8 June 1950 in Šumperk parents Viennese Czechs his father Josef Kočí fought in the Wehrmacht (compulsory service) his father was released from the Wehrmacht in 1941 by his own request his father was forced to serve in Technische Nothilfe 1945, parents ... 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 


Ludmila Uhlířová (1922) video clip available

born on the 1st of April 1922 in Bludov, Volhynia, back then belonging to Poland during Soviet era the family was designated for transportation to Siberia witnessed mass murders of Jews Bandera group almost beat her brother to death in 1947 the family ... arrows 


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