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8. 5. 1945 - End of WWII

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6730)

List of witnesses


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Jaroslava Doležalová (1925 - 2018)

born 31 January 1925 in Žďár nad Sázavou comes from a family that owned a restaurant, a butcher’s shop, and a farm in Žďár nad Sázavou married aged 19 to avoid forced labour in Germany 1944, sheltered the five-year-old Jaroslava Wilhelmová, whose Jewish mother ... arrows 


Eva Doleželová, roz. Tejčková (1932)

Born on 18 June, 1932 in Ostrava-Vítkovice Mother of Jewish origin died in 1943 in Auschwitz During war brother sent to working lager in Poland The witness was hiding at her relatives In 1948 her brother immigrated to Australia Never had a chance to study ... arrows 


Vincent Dorník (1929)

born on April 29, 1929 in the village of Lúčky attended elementary school in Lúčky, later the Grammar School of Andrej Hlinka in Ružomberok 1948 he enrolled at a study into theological seminary in Spišská Kapitula after the state´s intervention against ... arrows 


Antonín Drong (1925) video clip available

Born on 21 Feb 1925 in Mosty u Jablunkova August 1939 - Polish army occupy part of their house Witnessed the Jablunkov incident in the night from 25 to 26 August 1939 Witnessed the battle for the Jablunkov tunnel on 1 September 1939 1940-1941 - forced labour ... arrows 


Věrka Drozdová, roz. Heimová (1935) video clip available

born April 28, 1935 in Hradec Králové her father, Richard Heim, builder, worked for the company Société Iranienne Skoda (SIS) 1936 – her father went to work in Iran May 1938 – her brother Petr was born autumn 1939 – went to Iran with her mother and brother ... arrows 


František Ducháček (1940)

born on 22 June 1940 in the village of Vitějeves comes from a poor farmer’s family graduated from a mechanization school in Strážnice by the early 60s worked in the State Technical Supervision was employed by a state farm in Březová where he became head of ... arrows 


Marta Dušánková (1924)

born 1924 in Prague her father worked as a locksmith, her mother was a housewife 1939-1943 apprenticing as a hairdresser 1944 drafted for conscripted labour did not report for work, for a short time hid with friends pretended to be ill for 2-3 weeks April ... arrows 


Zdeňka Dvořáčková roz. Šidlofová (1937)

Born on 10 June, 1937 Lived with her family in Chotěboř during the war Her family had to move out of their flat and two German women with children lived there In 1944 her father was transported to a concentration camp, from where he returned all right after the ... arrows 


Jarmila Dvořáková (1942)

Born in a Berlin jail Shortly after the birth was taken to the protectorate by her father Return of her mother from jail after the war After 1948, nationalization of her father’s café Tatra Death of her father Worked as a producer at the Krátký film ... arrows 


Vlasta Ehrenbergerová (1940) video clip available

Born on 16 February, 1940 in Telecí Parents forced to collectivisation In 1955–1956 employed at the collectivisation Between 1957 and 1958, was employed in Horní Rokytnice in the cottage Světlanka In 1962, married Josef Ehrenberger, whose family also suffered ... arrows 


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