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8. 5. 1945 - End of WWII

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6796)

List of witnesses


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Tomáš Bísek (1939)

Born on November 30, 1939, in Prague Graduated from the Technical University in Prague Studied theology at the Comenius Faculty of Theology 1969 - postgraduate studies in the U.S. 1970-1982 - served as a pastor of the ČCE in Vysočina 1977 – signed the ... arrows 


Zdeněk Bíza (1936)

born on May 8, 1936 in Rohatec near Hodonín 1942 – began attending the elementary school in the colony in Rohatec 1945 survived the fighting of the Red Army near Rohatec while hidden in the basement 1955 – passed his school-leaving exams at the secondary ... arrows 


Zuzana Blahetková (1936)

born 15 January 1936 grew up in Bolatice near Hlučín, where she still lives today 8 October 1938, received German citizenship when Hlučín District was annexed to the Third Reich her father and brother were drafted into the Wehrmacht April 1945, fled inland ... arrows 


Růžena Bláhová (1928)

born February 22, 1928 after graduation worked for the Baťa company in Zlín witnessed transports to Auschwitz, the bombardment of Prague and the May Uprising in 1949 worked in the military administration office in Prague 1 refused to join the Communist ... arrows 


Květoslava Blahutová (1935)

born February 4, 1935 in Polanka nad Odrou her father was a farmer, her mother died while giving birth, she was raised by her father’s sister in 1942 Nazis confiscated her father’s farm and land, Totaleinsatz in Germany she witnessed the fighting for Ostrava in ... arrows 


Miloš Blažek (1926)

born 7th May 1926 1937 , member of the Scout organisation Legio Angelica took his Scout Promise shortly before the signing of the Munich Agreement during the Prague Revolt, worked in charity after the war, leader of the 318th Scout Troop, co-founder of the ... arrows 


František Bocek (1928) video clip available

Born in 1928 in the village of Bukovec nearby Jablunkov His father Josef got lost in Uruguay After the Munich conference, the village of Bukovec was taken by Poland In 1939, Bukovec became part of Upper Silesia On November 17, 1944, Mr. Bocek had to enlist in ... arrows 


Ľubomír Boďa (1932)

born on May 16, 1932 in the village of Medvecké, former Bimbula in 1938 after the Vienna Award the family had to leave their home studied at grammar school in Levice was accepted at the Faculty of Education of the Comenius University in Bratislava from ... arrows 


Václav Bodlák (1924)

born 28th of March 1924 in Cukmantl (now Pozorka, Teplice District) harmonious life with Germans until 1933, then began increasing animosity 1938, Sudetenland annexed by the Third Reich, the Bodlák children sent to Prague learned to be a waiter, but ended up at ... arrows 


Mgr. Ljubica Bodláková, roz. Axmanová (1934)

The daughter of an Orthodox priest Born on February 3, 1934, in Prague Father Bohumír Axman (Aleš) was ordained a priest by Bishop Gorazd in 1933 Father arrested in connection with the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich on September 26, 1942 Father briefly ... arrows 


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