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Victim of persecution due the forced agricultural collectivisation

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Josef Bábek (1941)

born 1941 in Nový Dvůr near Kvasice his father Rostislav Bábek fought during WW1 as a Czechoslovak legionary one his earliest memories is of retreating German soldiers shooting at his family’s house his father resisted the collectivisation and was repeatedly ... arrows 


Jozef Babiak (1929)

born on December 24, 1929 in Hontianske Nemce after the February 1948, their farm was confiscated and merged it into the joint cooperative October 1, 1951 – December 8, 1953 service in the Auxiliary Technical Battalions (PTP) 36 years worked as a factory driver ... arrows 


Jozef Babiak (1934)

born on August 29, 1934 in Žiar nad Hronom spent his childhood and the Second World War in Lontov near Šahy, in Horthy-ruled Hungary after 1948, having a profile of kulak’s son, Jozef was unable to study at any university 1953 he was provoked by ŠtB agent to ... arrows 


Zuzana Bacigálová (1930) video clip available

born at Orava, Slovakia in 1930 married Ľudovít Bacigál and moved to Senec near Bratislava, where her husband bought 15 hectares of arable land in 1952, her husband along with three other peasants was sentenced for a criminal offence of sabotage to seven years of ... arrows 


Františka Bachanová (1935)

born 3 May 1935 1941, began attending elementary school, then town school (upper primary) 1950-1951, attended a medical school in Hodonín 1951-1952, forced to attend an agricultural school in Uherský Ostroh 1955, married the organist Vladislav Bachan 1957, ... arrows 


Svatopluk Bajer (1947)

born on May 27, 1947 in Rožnov pod Radhoštěm the family ran a transport business at that time after the free traders were forced to stop operating, the family then earned their living from agriculture his father was forced to join the Unified Agricultural ... arrows 


Jiří Bárta (1934)

born January 9, 1934 in Ostrava-Poruba his grandfather Adolf and father Bohuš were important farmers and respected citizens of Ostrava-Poruba they were classified as kulaks after 1948 and their property was taken over by the Unified Agricultural Cooperative his ... arrows 


Květuše Thekla Bartoníčková (1935)

born 14th February 1935 in Vinařice near Kladno start of WW2 house searches assassination of R. Heydrich Lidice razed proving Arian descent Allied bombing end of WW2 arrival of the Red Army living with soldiers of the Red Army collectivisation of ... arrows 


Second Lieutenant (ret.) Josef Bartošek (1947)

born on 19 September 1947 in Medlov his family moved to Fryšták in 1953 after his father was convicted for being a Kulak graduated from technical school in Zlín and worked in automobile repairs in Holešov did his military service in 1966 with the 7th airbone ... arrows 


Miloslava Miriam Baumruková (1949)

born on 10 June 1949 in Klatovy into a religious agricultural family her aunt Norberta Cihlářová was a nun grew up in the village of Střeziměř near Klatovy in 1958, he parents had to join the agricultural cooperative in 1969 finished training to become a ... arrows 


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