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Soutěž Příběhy 20. století

List of witnesses


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Petr Bachrach (1929)

He was born on February 5th 1929 in the Polish town of Bielsk He ran away to Slovakia in 1939 All of his family members died in concentration camps He escaped from the concentration transport and joined a group of partisans He participated in the Slovak ... 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 


Jaromír Černý (1930)

born 15 September 1930 in Dobřany near Pilsen trained as a motorbike repairman 1951, military service in a paratrooper battalion until 2002, employed at Mototechna, a repair shop for cars and motorbikes, in Pilsen took part in many on-road and off-track ... arrows 


Olga Čiperová (1926)

Born on 1 January, 1926 in Manětín Her aunt was executed during Heydrichiade Eight months old cousin was taken to an unknown place At the end of war helped Americans lead an improvised medical centre in Manětín Experienced moving of demarcation line and ... arrows 


Angelina Čmolová, roz. Lafazanovska (1940)

born 22 May 1940 in Moschochory, Greece her father emigrated to Albania during the Greek Civil War the witness and her sister were transported to a friendly Socialist country – Czechoslovakia the family was never reunited grew up in Czechoslovak children’s ... arrows 


Věrka Drozdová, roz. Heimová (1935) video clip available

born April 28, 1935 in Hradec Králové her father, Richard Heim, builder, worked for the company Société Iranienne Skoda (SIS) 1936 – her father went to work in Iran May 1938 – her brother Petr was born autumn 1939 – went to Iran with her mother and brother ... arrows 


Colonel Alois Dubec (1923)

born in a cottier family in Valašský region on June 28th, 1923. joined the Government Protectorate Army in 1941 embattled in Italy in 1944, with some other members of the Government Army defected to guerrilla he left for Switzerland at the end of 1944, he ... arrows 


Jiří Fajmon (1964)

born 21 April 1964 in Trmice near Ústí nad Labem activist and member of the “third resistance” (anti-Communist resistance) enginer driver at Czech Railways 1980s, imprisoned for political reasons signed Charter 77 member of the Movement for Civic Freedom in ... arrows 


Pavel Kamaráš (1940)

born in 1940 in the village Rimaszombat, present-day Rimavská Sobota he remembers the presence of German soldiers in the village during the war and the blasting of the bridge during the German army’s retreat the village became a part of Czechoslovakia after the ... arrows 


Pater Jaroslav Karl (1929) video clip available

born June 18, 1929 in 1948 graduated from grammar school in Klatovy, then studying at the seminary in České Budějovice till its closing in 1950; studying physiotherapy and rehabilitation course scout resistance group Černý lev, led by Josef Anderle 1951-1952 ... arrows 


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