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Parašutisté vycvičení během druhé světové války ve Velké Británii

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Lieutenant Colonel (ret.) Ján Bačík (1917 - 2016)

born 25th January 1917 in Parižovice, Slovakia 1939 escaped through Poland to France, joined the Foreign Legion training in Algeria, 1940 fought in France escaped occupied France to Britain, paratrooper training, preparations for a mission in to the ... arrows 

Richard Brhlík (1938)

born 28th March 1938 in Hlohovec father, Antonín Brhlík, an artillery lieutenant father left to join the foreign army: Palestine, Great Britain, the USSR paratrooper training in the UK died 12th September 1944 at Dukla witness studied mechanical ... arrows 

Colonel (ret.) Jozef Haríň (1921 - 2007)

born October 11, 1921 in Ružomberok September 10, 1941 - drafted to the Slovak army, served in 1st motorized battalion in Nitra from November 1941 to January 1942 went through training for truck drivers in the 11th motorized battalion in Banská Bystrica from ... arrows 

generálporučík Jaroslav Klemeš (1922 - 2017)

born in Slovakia in a family of a Czech tax collector in January 1940 fled the country together with Ludevít Čambala his father was executed by the Gestapo during the war via the Balkan way, through Syria, he got to France served as a signaller on the French ... arrows 

Major General Rudolf Krzák (1914 - 2004)

born on April 6, 1914, in Bernartice nearby Milevsko graduated from a higher school for officers in reserve organized an escape to Poland in June 1939 in France he briefly served with the 1st regiment of the French foreign legion in Britain he stood at the ... arrows 

Colonel (ret.) Jiří Louda (1920 - 2015)

born October 3, 1920 in Kutná Hora graduated from grammar-school briefly served in the Czechoslovak army, after March 15, 1939 dismissed leaves for Poland and then for France joins the Foreign Legion, training in France and Algeria serving in the artillery ... arrows 

Luisa Matlová, roz. Štýrová (1916)

was born on 9th April 1916 in Košice in 1939 she emigrated to France to follow her husband at czechoslovakian foregn legion together with czechoslovakian military unit they moved to Great Britain, where she created environment for her husband and got peripherally ... arrows 

Tatiana Moravec Gard (1922 - 2016) video clip available

July 20th, 1922 – born in Plzen, Czechoslovakia 1937 – 1939 – studied at the Gymnasium of Eliska Krasnohorska (Prague, Czechoslovakia) 1939 – fled to Great Britain after the Nazi occupation of Czechoslovakia began 1945-1948 – worked at the Ministry of Foreign ... arrows 

armádní generál Tomáš Sedláček (1918 - 2012)

was born on January 8th in 1918 in Vienna, he spent his childhood in Spa Toušeň Studied Military Academy in Hranice in Moravia Already in 1938 he served as a lieutenant in the Hradec Kralove garrison. In 1940 he escaped through the so called „Balkan" road to ... arrows 

Ing. Zdeněk Žert (1922 - 2016)

born 6 December 1922 into a farming family in Bříství near Kolín during the war, the family supplied food to families persecuted by the Nazis his father Karel Žert cooperated with the resistance fighter Josef Mašín on Operation Benjamin his father was also in ... arrows 



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