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List of the lastly published witnesses

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Jana Náprstková, roz. Chvátalová (1950)

born 1 July 1950 in Prague trained as a bookbinder joined in protests against the Soviet occupation in 1968 1969-1973, worked as a bookbinder at the Municipal Library in Prague 1970, gave birth to her daughter Kateřina since 1973 (until today), works as a ... arrows 

PhDr. Julius Tomin (1938)

born on 2 December 1938 in Prague brought up developing an interest in languages, literature and philosophy shortly studied at the University of Russian Language and Literature in Prague worked as a teacher in Mútné, Slovakia refused to do his military ... arrows 

Helena Schmaus-Shoonerová (1938)

born 12 March 1938 in Prague her great-grandfather was the inventor František Křižík 1939, her father bought a factory from a Jewish businessman in Pilsen spent the war with her mother and sister in Bechyně May 1945, witnessed the bad treatment of Russian ... arrows 

Albína Kratochvílová (1925)

born 1925 in Kostelany her father was a teacher, her mother was a housewife attended grammar school and a teachers’ institute during WW2, witnessed bombing raids in Kroměříž after the war, accepted the government’s call to re-settle the Eastern Sudetes ... arrows 

Jiří Kameníček (1937) video clip available

born on 20th May, 1937 in Brno witnessed a dramatic liberation of the village Březce (Štěpánov) the father, Ladislav Kameníček, was a member of the Czechoslovak National Socialist Party in 1946–1948 father was a member of parliament in the Constitutional ... arrows 

PhDr. Jiří Tichota (1937) video clip available

born on April 18, 1937 in Točná (district Prague-South at that time) from 1940 living in Lahovice, elementary school in Zbraslav in 1945 moved to Prague 1, Pařížská St. n.17 in 1947–1951 pupil at the elementary school in Sanytrová St. his father was unjustly ... arrows 

Daniel Morgenstern (1942)

born on 3 December 1942 in Palestine on 13 March 1939, his parents fled Czechoslovakia many of his relatives died in concentration camps his father, a lawyer by training, made a living in Palestine in agriculture studied economy and political science worked ... arrows 

Šaul Gattenyo (1940)

born on 21 August 1940 in Belgrade into a Jewish family in 1941 moved with his family to Skopje in March 1943, Jews from Macedonia were concentrated in Skopje to be deported his mother passed him to his nanny Zora Pičulin up until the end of the war, Zora hid ... arrows 

Václav Novák (1928)

born in May 1928 in Teplice studied at the Higher Technical School of Civil Engineering in Děčín witnessed the forced eviction of nuns from the convent in Ostrov nad Ohří during his military service employed in the Civil Engineering Company his son emigrated ... arrows 

Ing. Antonín Kyncl (1928)

born on the 2nd of June 1928 in the town of Svratka in the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands into a clockmaker's family studied at the Commercial College with a focus on consular operations spent his military service with the Fourth Armoured Division in Tábor his ... arrows 



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