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Pavel Oliva (1923)

University professor, world-known expert in ancient Greek history. Born November on 23rd, 1923 to a Jewish family in Prague, his original name was Ohrenstein. During the war he survived the concentration camps of Terezín, Auschwitz, and Schwarzheide. December ... arrows 

Ing. Jiří Pergl (1925 - 2015) video clip available

Born on May 27, 1925, in Prague 1943-1945 – illegal anti-Nazi resistance activities within the Prague organization of the Předvoj resistance group 1945 – officially joined the KSČ 1945-1952 – studied at the ČVUT, in the field of machine engineering 1952-1954 ... arrows 

Jan Pfeiffer (1928)

born in 1928 growing up in Lomnice nad Lužnicí study of neurology at the Faculty of Medicine in Prague 1947 – joins the university Rover crew in Prague 1948 – joins the Circle of Pavel Křivský 1956–1960 – works in the Jedlička's Institute for Disabled ... arrows 

Zdeněk Potužil (1947)

born on 25 August 1947 in Prague studied a technical school and later the Theatre Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague in 1969 he established and managed the independent ensemble Divadlo na okraji from 1971 till 1991 dramaturg and head of the ... arrows 

Miroslav Procházka (1928)

born 28 November 1928 in Veverská Bítýška 1948, escape to Vienna, arrested and expatriated to Czechoslovakia in custody for half a year helped hide a foreign pilot active participation in the resistance second escape to Vienna training in Britain, joined ... arrows 

Lieutenant General (ret.) Radovan Procházka (1927)

was born on May 11th in 1927 in the family of the chief of the castle guard of the President T.G. Masaryk, the Russian legionary lieutenant colonel Vladimír Procházka during the war he joined the resistance movement, after the liberation and the tragic death of his ... arrows 

Jiří Rádl (1928 - 2014) video clip available

Born on January 7, 1928, in Pilsen 1945: forced labor – was digging trenches for tanks and aircraft in northern Moravia A learned electrician – worked in the electro-technical division of the Skoda works July 1948 till 1950 – involved in anti-Communist ... arrows 

Ing. Petr Rádl (1950)

born 14th February 1950 in Kolín 1968-1974 studied at the University of Economics, worked for Czechoslovak Railways (1974-1978: Business Management of Sleeping and Dining Carriages, later Northwest Railways Administration) in varying intensity and intervals since ... arrows 

Jaroslav Rajsigl (1927)

born 1927 in Ježov, in the Kyjov region learnt the painter's trade, after the war worked in the Ústí region member of the Military Readiness Union in emigration from May 1948 till June 1955 joined the Foreign Legion, served in Indochina in 1949-1954 ... arrows 

Otakar Rambousek (1923 - 2010)

born 21 January 1923 in Prague trained as a plumber member of the Sokol group in Královské Vinohrady during WW2, forced labour in Berlin 1944, escaped from forced labour May 1945, took part in Prague Revolt, fought at Czechoslovak Radio worked at News ... arrows 



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