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Benjamin Abeles (1925) video clip available

born June 23, 1925 in Vienna in a Czech-Austrian family 1933 the family moved to Prague July 1939 – left with the so-called Winston transport to Prague May 11, 1943 – joined the Czechoslovak army in England August 1943–1945 – serving as a ground engineer in ... arrows 


Lieutenant (ret.) Josef Adámek (1920 - 2013) video clip available

born 2 January 1920 in Chřešťovice near Písek trained as a joiner, worked in Podolí and Milevsko forced labour, building the Atlantic Wall in France (Todt Organisation) in touch with French Macquis partisans September 1944, fled from forced labour and ... arrows 


Eva Adamová (1928)

born 1928 her father František Tondr was a member of the resistance organization Defence of the Nation, arrested in 1940 her father survived the imprisonment and became a staunch communist she worked as a clerk in the company Škoda in Mladá Boleslav worked on ... arrows 


Petr Adler (1930)

Born on March 25, 1930, in Brno His parents had a mixed marriage – father was a Jew and mother a Czech German Studied music and theater studies at the Masaryk University in Brno in the years 1949–1953 His first job was ballad opera instructor in the state ... arrows 


Rabbi Sinaj (Wolfgang) Adler (1928)

born July 11th 1928 in Prague in a rabbi’s family comes of a family of rabbis from the Šumava region from Dobrá Voda near Hartmanice March 1943 the family transported to Terezín from May 1944 to January 1945 in Auschwitz, his parents died there afterward ... arrows 


Hana Adlerová (1934)

born 1934 in Ústí nad Labem annexation of Sudetes, family fled inland her father obtained asylum in Norway for his family hid in a lung clinic in northern Norway the family was placed in an evacuation transport helped by Norwegian partisans fled to ... arrows 


Eva Adorian (1926)

born in Prague in 1926 member of the Jewish movement El Al with members of the association Shared Hand she was helping Jews during the transports the family was deported to Terezín in 1942 in 1944 she was deported to Auschwitz with her mother she saved her ... arrows 


Zdeněk Albert (1927) video clip available

Born on 29 June, 1927 in Prostějov In 1945 deployed to dig anti-tank trenches in Hranicko In 1947 established an anti-communist resistance group with his friends in Prostějov Printed and distributed anti-regime leaflets In October 1952 sentenced to 5 years in ... arrows 


Rudolf Albrecht (1911)

born on the 18th of October, 1911 in Lelekovice near Brno graduated at the Faculty of Medicine at Masaryk University 1937–1939 - served in the army as a medic engaged in antifascist resistance ¬ 1949-1951 – sentenced for an alleged attempt to escape abroad ... arrows 


Lieutenant Vladislav Albrecht (1923)

born in the Czech village Český Boratín on Volyně on April 25, 1923 joined the troop of brigade observers in Rovny in March, 1944 took part in action including the area of Torčín, he walked Slovakia, he lived to experience the end of war not until in the land of ... arrows 


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