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List of witnesses


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Bachelor Jaroslav Bašta (1948)

born 15 May 1948 in Pilsen 1967, accepted to study historical archaeology January 1970, arrested for his activities in the Revolutionary Youth Movement sentenced to two and a half years of prison signed Charter 77, active in the dissent employed in manual ... arrows 


Oto Batelka (1920) video clip available

he was born in 1920 in the village of Horní Meziříčko in Dačice district his father firstly acted in Austro-Hungarian army, later he worked as a staff sergeant at the Bratislava Castle his mother was a housewife who cared for their three children even as a ... arrows 


Zwi (Hans) Batscha (1922)

born in a German speaking Jewish family in Olomouc active in Zionist Youth Movement departure for Palestina in 1939 return to Czechoslovakia organized the departure of Jews from Czechoslovakia to Israel in 1947–1949 an active kibbutznik a professor of ... arrows 


Jiří Bauer (1929)

a priest of The Czechoslovak Hussite Church, born on the 25th of March 1929 in Prague in 1952-1954 army service in the Auxiliary Technical Battalion from 1950s watched by secret police member of the community of living religion within the Hussite church first ... arrows 


Miloslava Miriam Baumruková (1949)

born on 10 June 1949 in Klatovy into a religious agricultural family her aunt Norberta Cihlářová was a nun grew up in the village of Střeziměř near Klatovy in 1958, he parents had to join the agricultural cooperative in 1969 finished training to become a ... arrows 


Jan Bayer (1948)

born 22 November 1948 in Čáslav; lived in Semily until the age of 15 his father was from a Sudeten German family his family background meant that his options after completing primary school were either to get a job at an agricultural cooperative or to work in the ... arrows 


Stanislav Bayer (1931)

born December 15, 1931 comes from an old farmers’ family WWII in Libovice persecution of Jews during WWII assassination of Heydrich Vlasov’s army end of WWII collectivization of farms and formation of Unified Agricultural Cooperatives (JZD) ... arrows 


Karel Bečvář (1931)

Born on 26 March, 1931 in a family of a trader During Heydrichiad his father was arrested for two days Due to speaking German he was placed in a German Armed Group at the end of war Witnessed the arrival of the Soviet Red Army to Jihlava In 1948 was expelled ... arrows 


Peter Bedlek (1928)

born on January 6, 1928, comes from the village of Krušetnica as a young boy he witnessed local events of the Slovak National Uprising his brother Anton was kidnapped to forced labor in Italy, where he joined the Anglo-American Army after the communist takeover ... arrows 


František Bednár (1957)

he was born on February 15, 1957 in Poprad an untimely end of high school studies because of forced Russian language learning and entering the Socialist Youth Union a listener of Radio Free Europe founding an armed group in Poprad mailing a package with ... arrows 


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