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12. 3. 1938 - "Anschluss" of Austria

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6850)

List of witnesses

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Professor Ludwig Armbruster (1928)

born in 1928 in Prague 1947, entered the novitiate in Velehrad 1950 the abolition of the Jesuit order, internment in Bohosudov 1950 expelled to Austria 1952 license in Rome, establishing relationship with the Japanese Jesuits 1952 – 1954, a language ... arrows 

Stanislav Bělík (1919)

born on October 29, 1919 in Tišnov an active member of Sokol learnt the machine fitter’s trade and took evening classes of fine arts after the outbreak of WWII he was sent to do forced labour in Sankt Pölten in Austria worked in a parachute factory for two ... arrows 

PhDr. Věra Bezecná (1922)

born February 18, 1922 in Vienna in 1938 repatriated to Czechoslovakia 1943 - 1945 worked in the Land Office in Prague 1945 - 1948 vice-chairman of the Všehrd Association of Czech Lawyers in 1948 interned in Ruzyně as a preventive measure in the same years ... arrows 

Jozef Cerina (1931) video clip available

he was born on October 4, 1931, in the village of Opatová near Lučenec, he comes from the family of a workman since his early childhood he used to meet soldiers and troops he experienced events of the year 1938 and the consequences of Vienna Award affected his ... arrows 

Ing. Dalibor Coufal (1930)

born March 5, 1930 in Hrušovany nad Jevišovkou in the family of a railway official member of Sokol already since his preschool age 1938 took part in the All-Sokol Rally in Prague attended elementary school in Hrušovany nad Jevišovkou 1938 the family moved to ... arrows 

Albertina Farská, roz. Lang (1921)

born 5 June 1921 in Vienna 1938, moved to Prague 1942, deported to Terezín with her mother and sister 1943, married Josef Frankenbusch in Terezín taken to Auschwitz with her mother and sister - she was the only one of the three to survive survived a death ... arrows 

Ludmila Fialová (1933)

1933 – born in Vienna in 1938, the family moved to Burský Svätý Mikuláš Ludmila’s father executed during the war (1943) Ludmila and her mother moved to Hostinné in 1946 married for the first time in 1950 and moved near Nitra the marriage was unhappy, ... arrows 

Antonie Fryštacká (1924)

born on October 30, 1924 in Vacenovice near Kyjov 1930 enrolled in the elementary school in her native Vacenovice 1938 began working on a forest seed-plot in Vacenovice 1944 was ordered to go Germany to do forced labour there, but she evaded it thanks to ... arrows 

Bedřich Hájek (1920 - 2014) video clip available

born on August 2nd, 1920 in Prostějov forced labour in Dresden working as a latheman, interpreter, foreman and clerical worker January 1944, returned to Prostějov spring 1945, joined the local partisan group Prostějov took part in a partisan action when ... arrows 

Růžena Horáková (1924)

1924, born in Radíč, Sedlčany district father died when she was four brought up by her aunt and uncle in Vienna Czech schools Anschluss, factory work making batteries bombing of Vienna 1945, fled to the Protectorate after the war, employed in state ... arrows 



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