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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 


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 


Ing. Eliécer Ávila (1985)

born in 1985 in the Eastern part of Cuba in 2000 started to study at the University of Information Sciences in 2007, he expressed his doubts about the Cuban regime at an assembly of the Federation of University Students (Federación de Estudiantes ... arrows 


Ruth Aviram, roz. Vogelová (1932) video clip available

born 1932 in Opava the family driven away after the occupation of the Sudetenland, they settled in Prostějov 1942 transported to Terezín, where she stayed until the end of the war her mother also survived the war, but relatives died in concentration camps ... arrows 


Miluše Axamitová (1929)

Her maiden name was Hesová She was born in 1929; she comes from Zemětice village by Merklín After her graduation from the Teaching institute in Plzeň she worked as a teacher on several grammar schools in West of Bohemia In Kdyně she met Antonín Axamit- the ... arrows 


Sonja Babej-Doelle (1945)

Soňa was born on September 30, 1945 in Poprad, Zuzana on February 6, 1948 in Levoča during the holocaust they lost grandparents from both mother´s and father´s side, as well as many of their relatives their father Ľudovít and mother Marta held a great grief for ... arrows 


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 


Colonel (ret.) Antonín Babič (1923 - 2007)

born in Zolotarev (Chust district) in Carpathian Ruthenia on January 29, 1923 condemned to three years of forced labor for illegal crossing the border of the Soviet Union in November 1941. He worked off a year and a half in Vorkuta. joined the Czechoslovak Army ... arrows 


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