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List of witnesses


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Doc. MUDr. Josef Andrýs (1920 - 2015)

born October 14, 1920 in Třebechovice pod Orebem after graduation began studying at the faculty of medicine in Prague took part in the student protests in autumn 1939 doing forced labour in the Krupp factory in eastern Silesia during the Protectorate era ... arrows 


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 


Ing. Richard Barvínek (1931)

born 1931 in Prague family of a clerk and social democrat studied the faculty of civil engineering at the Czech Technical University in Prague worked in eastern Slovakia for two years 1965–1968 – worked as a construction expert in Cuba autumn 1968 – return ... arrows 


doc. Ing.,CSc. Miroslav Barvíř (1929 - 2016)

born on July 6, 1929 in Zlín 1931 – moving to Poland with his family 1936 – return to Zlín, elementary and higher elementary school completed the Baťa School of Work electrotechnical school for masters worked in the development department of the company MEZ ... arrows 


MUDr. Antonín Bělař (1944)

Born on 15 June, 1944 in Brno Hidden Jewish child The mother was pronounced dead to save herself The father, a gymnasium director, was taken to labour in Postoloprty Medical studies Surgeon and then a head of emergency surgery department in Vítkovice ... arrows 


Professor MUDr., DrSc. Vladimír Beneš (1921)

born on January 27, 1921 in Pilsen 1932–1940: study at grammar school in Pilsen during the war worked as an editor in the Pilsen daily Nová doba, then as an orderly in the hospital in Pilsen led the American convoy to the town hall during the liberation of ... arrows 


MUDr. Jana Dominika Bohušová (1954)

born December 21, 1954 in Frýdek-Místek doctor-pediatrician contemplative nun of Dominican sisters professor Růžena Vacková, whose ‘home seminars’ she was regularly attending, became her godmother during the confirmation ceremony got acquainted with Oto Mádr ... arrows 


Professor MUDr., DrSc. Blanka Brůnová

born March 14, 1931 in Litomyšl grew up in Chrudim where she spent the war the Nazis made her father Jan Brůna retire early and he was not allowed to work during the war her mother worked in a hat-making factory and at farms during the war witnessed the ... arrows 


PhDr., CSc. Jiří Březina (1933)

born April 6, 1933 in Prague his father was persecuted by the Gestapo during WWII for helping Jewish citizens he was saved from execution by being hospitalized in the psychiatric ward in Prague and in Německý Brod Jiří and his mother survived the war while ... arrows 


Blanka Císařovská (1927)

born 10 May 1927 in Lenešice her father was a legionary in Russia during WW1 1945, she and her whole family joined the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia graduated from the University of Politics and Society 1953-1960, lectured on the history of the labour ... arrows 


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