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Věra Bořkovcová, roz. Krejcárková (1926)

The daughter of a pastor of the CČS(H), born on February 27, 1926 In October 1939, she went to see the theater play Libuše in the National Theater which was later black-listed by the Nazi occupants Her father, Pastor J. Krejcárek served the funeral mass for Jan ... arrows 


Sr. Claudia Brajerová (1921 - 2012)

Born in 1921 in Letanovce As a candidate continued her studies at the high school and post-novitiate at the Faculty of Philosophy in Bratislava In 1947 she took perpetual vows in the Congregation Sisters of the Divine Redeemer Some time studying in London In ... arrows 


Ján Brichta (1928) video clip available

Ján Brichta was born on November 8, 1928 in Jablonové, Záhorie region, where he grew up in humble peasant family background he graduated from high school in Šaštín after graduation he decided to continue in pedagogical theology school in Šaštín, where he studied ... arrows 


Zdeněk Buk (1960)

born 21 June 1960 in Louny aged 13, expelled from the Pioneers aged 18, baptised and signed Charter 77; interrogated, suffered from minor persecution rented an old parish house Robeč near Štětí with his friends and lived in a community from 1979, worked in ... arrows 


Ing. Vladimír Buřt (1964)

born on the 16th of March 1964 in Albrechtice since childhood he witnessed the landscape and villages in the Most area get destroyed in 1983 his home village, Albrechtice, was demolished strongly perceived not only the disappearance of buildings but also of ... arrows 


Mgr. Petr Čapek (1936)

Born on December 26, 1936, in Prague Father and grandfather both parsons of the Czech Brethren Church Uncles the literary scholar Jan Blahoslav Čapek and philosopher Milíč Čapek Studied Evangelical Theological Faculty Parson in Mariánské Lázně, Merklín and ... arrows 


Oldřich Čapka (1922)

born 12 May 1922 in Brno forced labour in the Reich, brief imprisonment for running away 1947, married and graduated at the Faculty of Natural Sciences of Masaryk University in Brno after February 1948, active in anti-state activities through Czechoslovak ... arrows 


S. M. Brigita Čechová (1931)

born November 13, 1931 in Jaroslavice near Zlín July 16, 1949 joined the convent of the Sisters of Mercy of St. Charles Borromeo 1949–1950 began studying a nursing school 1950 went to work in the hospital in Jindřichův Hradec first profession of vows on 29th ... arrows 


Božena Čermáková (1933)

born 7 January 1933 in Oldřichov near Duchcov family severely impacted by the financial crisis, father died of tuberculosis Sudetes annexed, targeted by Henleinites after the war, wanted to study pedagogics, fell gravely ill in the care of nuns, decided to ... arrows 


Mgr. Libuše Černá (1953)

born on September 2, 1953, in Prague active in Evangelic Youth and the Church of Czech Brethren in summer 1969 spends two months in London 1972, school-leaving exam at the Economic School of Foreign Trade from 1972 worked in the Academy of Sciences, ... arrows 


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