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29. 8. 1944 - April 1945 - The Slovak National Uprising

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6796)

List of witnesses


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Chanan Abeles (1929)

born on January 29, 1929 in Bratislava traditional Jewish family, his father was a trader from autumn 1944 hiding in Bratislava December 1944 – arrested and deported to Sereď January 1945 – Chanan Abeles and his father interned in Sachsenhausen, his mother ... arrows 


Juraj Alner (1937) video clip available

he was born on July 23, 1937 in Kladno in the family of a textile engineer after a short period of time he and his whole family moved to Ružomberok where his grandfather led the textile factory considering that he was raised in accordance with the Christian ... arrows 


Giora Amir (1928)

born on August 2, 1928 in Prešov as Otto Špíra Jewish religious family, his father was a wood trader, three children member of the Zionist movement Hashomer Hatzair his father was granted the status of an economically useful Jew, the family did not have to ... arrows 


Bohuslav Anděl

Born in Volhynia Enlisted in Czechoslovak Army, sapper in 1st Brigade under commanding officer Baláš Took part in the Battle of Krosno and battles at Dukla 1947 re-emigrates to Staňkovice in the region of Žatecko, Czechoslovakia Worked in local Kolkhoz, later ... arrows 


Bohuslav Andrš (1926)

born 1926 in Czech Alexandrovka, near Odessa, Soviet Union from a family of Czech post-White Mountain exiles his father was persecuted by the Soviet Union and then deported to Siberia in 1938 between the years 1941-1944, lived in his home village under German ... arrows 


Juraj Anoškin (1930) video clip available

he was born in 1930 and he inherited the noble title from both his parents firstly he attended the public school in Podolínec, then he continued studying in Stará Ľubovňa and he finished his primary education in Orava since the family used to move very often he ... arrows 


Petr Bachrach (1929)

He was born on February 5th 1929 in the Polish town of Bielsk He ran away to Slovakia in 1939 All of his family members died in concentration camps He escaped from the concentration transport and joined a group of partisans He participated in the Slovak ... arrows 


Angela Bajnoková (1928)

born on October 29, 1928 in the village of Valaškovce in Humenné district due to her father's occupation of Greek Catholic priest, Angela as a child had to move for several times; she lived in Valaškovce, Humenné and Kobylnice during the Second World War she ... 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 


Pavel Bednár (1926) video clip available

Born on 4 March, 1926 in a village of Nová Lehota Childhood and his youth spent in Kopanice Dolina Connection of a partisan brigade Sněžinskij Family was hiding a Jewish girl Maria (Goldstein?) Witness secretly hid money for Jewish families and necessary ... arrows 


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