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The Second world war 1939 - 1945

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20. 7. 1936 - 1. 9. 1939 - civil war in Spain (10) 2.11.1938 - First Vienna Award (27) 29. 9. 1938 - The Munich Diktat (517) 2. 10. 1938 - Poland's annexation of Teschen area (43) 2.11.1938 - First Vienna Award (Hungarian annexation of Carpathian Ruthenia and South Slovakia) (81) 12. 3. 1938 - "Anschluss" of Austria (32) 14. 3. 1939 – The foundation of the Slovak State (133) 17. 11. 1939 – Closure of Czech universities (86) 1939 - 1941 - The first Soviet occupation of Galicia (9) 15. 3. 1939 - The Nazi occupation of ČSR (583) 17.9.1939 - Soviet invasion of Poland (76) 1. 9. 1939 - The outbreak of the WW2 (617) 1940 - The Battle of France (63) 13. 8. – 31. 10. 1940 - The Battle of Britain (42) 28.10.194 - 23.4.1941 Greek- Italian war (10) 25. 11. 1940 - The Patria disaster (9) 1940 - 1941 - Deportations of Poles to USSR (8) 8 January 1941 - 27 January 1944 Siege of Leningrad (7) 22. 6. 1941 – Operation Barbarossa - Nazi attack on the USSR (197) 6.4. - 23.4.1941 Battle of Greece (14) 21. 10 - 10. 12. 1941 - The Tobruk campaign (36) 1941 - 1945 - Transports to the concentration camps (461) 24. 11. 1941 - The first transport to the Theresienstadt (23) 1941, August 27-28 - Mass murder of Jews in Kamianets Podolskyi (3) 27. 5. 1942 - Assassination of R. Heydrich (201) 3.9.1942 - 2.2.1943 Battle of Stalingrad (8) 10. 6. 1942 – Destruction of Lidice (43) 20. 6. 1942 - prezekuce a věznění studentů z Roudnice nad Labem (11) 24. 10. 1942 - poprava 261 československých odbojářů v KT Mauthausen (19) 13. 7. 1943 - Destroying of Český Malín (38) 5. 7. 1943 - 5. 8. 1943 - Battle of Kursk (3) 8. 3. 1943 - The battle of Sokolovo (35) 3. - 6. 11. 1943 - Battle of Kiev (54) 22.02.1943 Deportation of Jews from Macedonia and Thracia (3) 1943 - Conflict between Poles and Ukrainians in Eastern Galicia and Volhynia (27) 9.03.1943 Saving the Bulgarian Jews from deportation (2) 09.09.1944 - The coup d'état of the Motherland Front and the communists coming to power (3) 17. 1. - 18. 5. 1944 - The Battle of Monte Cassino (3) 20. 6. - 29. 8. 1944 - Operation Bagration (12) 25 December 1944 - 13 February 1945 Siege of Budapest (6) 1944-1945 Hungary at the end of the second world war (25) 6. 6. 1944 - Overlord (22) 29. 8. 1944 - April 1945 - The Slovak National Uprising (204) 8. 9. – 1. 11. 1944 - The battle of the Dukla Pass (247) 1. – 2. 1. 1944 - Battle of Biela Cerkov (40) 23 February 1944 - Deportation of Chechens and Ingushs to Centrall Asia Soviet Republics (5) 1944 - 1945 - The liberation of Czechoslovakia (1146) 5. 10. 1944 – 9 5 1945 – the siege of Dunkirk (98) 1944 - 1945 Bulgaria joins the Allied forces in the Second World War (0) 5. – 9. 5. 1945 - Prague Uprising (273) 1945 - 1947 Expulsion of Germans from former German East territories (33) 18. 4. - 10. 5. 1945 - osvobození západní části ČSR americkou armádou (95) 5. 5. 1945 - vypálení Javoříčka (12) 27. 1. 1945 - The liberation of the concentration camp Auschwitz (20) 9 May 1945 - 11 May 1945 Battle of Milin (5) 13.-15.2.1945 Bombing of Dresden (33) 8. 5. 1945 - End of WWII (800) 12.1.1945 - 13.2.1945 Vistula–Oder Offensive (2) 1945 - The liberation of the concentration camps (289) 18. 4. 1945 - Zákřovský masakr (7)

List of witnesses


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František Antl (1941)

Born 1941 in Telč, his mother died when he was 2 years old Father, a career soldier, got the Czechoslovak War Cross for taking part in active resistance during the WW2 Experienced the bombing of Prostějov From his youth parachuting at high level Svazarm ... arrows 


Colonel (ret.) Štěpán Antonij (1922 - ????)

born on 28 November 1922 in the village Kanora near Volovec in Subcarpathian Ruthenia as yet a student of Mukachevo grammar school he and a few friends decided to flee into the Soviet Union in 1939 he was arrested by the Soviet frontier guard, imprisoned for many ... arrows 


Marie Antošová (1932)

born December 29, 1932 in Železná Ruda her father was a Czech, her mother was a German, she is a German national Železná Ruda became part of the German Reich after the takeover of the borderlands in 1938 she was taken to Germany for re-education in 1941, her ... arrows 


Emil Appl (1923)

Born on May 2, 1923 in Dolní Čermná near Lanškroun 1942: Drafted to the German army, joined the Organization Todt 1942-1944: Serving on the eastern front as a locksmith and road mender 1944-1945: Construction worker building a factory for Messerschmitt fighter ... 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 


Hilda Arnsteinová, roz. Sommerová (1911 - 2010)

born on 25 of March 1911 in Karlovy Vary 1923 - the family moved to Prague her father worked as the general manager Unionbanka married with a Viennese German named Friedrich Kurss – 2 children 1940 – divorce 1941 – transported to Teresainstadt after the ... arrows 


Magda Atlasová Schwarzová (1919)

born on September 14, 1919 1940 Magda got married to Viktor Schwarz and left to live in Prešov; helped to take care of poor Jews in a military hospital 1942 Magda and her husband were hiding in a bigger Prešov house later they ran to Liptovský Mikuláš, from ... arrows 


Libuše Audrlická (1924)

Born on 17 February 1924 Her father imprisoned for anti-Nazi activities in 1941 Left for forced labour deployment in Wroclaw in 1943 Married on 17 February 1944 Left the camp for her husband in Klodzko in March 1944 Returned to her parents in September 1944 ... arrows 


Asaf Auerbach (1928)

born in Palestine in 1928 his parents were Zionists coming from Czechoslovakia 1930 – return of the family to Prague father left oriented, family considered emigration departure in Winton transports to England on July 18th, 1939 spent the war in an asylum ... arrows 


Danuše Augsbergerová (1931)

born 1931 in Libochovice childhood in Žatec 1938, after the Sudetes were annexed, moved to Libochovice throughout war, lived in Libochovice 1945, Libochovice liberated by the Red Army June 1948, participated in the All-Sokol Rally attended grammar school, ... arrows 


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