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8. 5. 1945 - End of WWII

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6468)

List of witnesses


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Vlastimil Budina (1924 - 2015)

born 1924 in Hrušov after the occupation, imprisoned for a month for a boyish prank forced labour in the Hermann-Göring-Werke factory in Watenstedt sabotages and escape from forced labour arrested in 1944, transported to Buchenwald concentration camp 22 ... arrows 


Helena Bujnochová (1933)

born April 13, 1933 in Přerov her father was a manager of the local lime-kiln, her mother was a housewife the war did not affect her family directly, but she remembers the hardships during the war very well worked as a teacher for her entire life still lives ... arrows 


Jaroslav Bukovský (1940)

born 24 March 1940 in Prague into the family of engine master Josef Bukovský 1938, his father escaped from armed Freikorps thugs, who wanted to shoot him for owning a legal service weapon 1938, his parents left the sudetes and moved to Pilsen his father ... arrows 


Antonín Burdych (1934)

born in 1934 his brother Vladimír was four years older lived with his family in the hamlet Končiny near Červený Kostelec the family was part of the resistance group S21B his parents were hiding radio telegraph operator Jiří Potůček in their house in June ... arrows 


Lubomír Burdych (1928)

born August 7, 1928 in Studnice near Náchod from 1943 studying two-year chemical-textile school in Dvůr Králové conscripted labour in a factory which produced gas masks from 1946 studying a higher school of chemistry in Brno, graduated in 1948 from 1948 ... arrows 


Second Lieutenant (ret.) Alexander Burger (1922) video clip available

Born on 20 April, 1922 in a village of Ratkovské Bystré in the former Czechoslovakia 1940 – left to France via so called Balkan path Taken to Lebanon Beirut to the Czechoslovak Army Left to Southern French Marseille In May 1940 presented as a soldier of the ... arrows 


Růžena Carpeza Ptáčková (1921)

born 21 September 1921 in southern Bohemia worked in the delivery service of a Prague delicatessen forced labour in the Reich met her future husband among French POWs after the war, followed her fiancé to France lived in France for 75 years; returned to the ... arrows 


Maria Sergijivna Cigankova, roz. Zbirun (1924) video clip available

born 14 August 1924 in Pisnikiv near Mlynov, Rivne Oblast, which was Polish territory at the time 1943, her whole family was killed from 1944, cooperated with partisans from the Ukrainian Insurgent Army cooked food for the partisans and passed on messages ... arrows 


Karel Cígler (1924)

born 12 July 1924 in Petrovice father a Russian legionary, WW2 resistance fighter, imprisoned in the Dachau concentration camp member of the Scouts troop Dvojka in České Budějovice attended grammar school in Klatovy, later in Pilsen 1944, forced labour in ... arrows 


Private First Class (ret.) Vojtěch Cimbolinec (1915) video clip available

born October 13, 1915 in the village Berehovo in Carpathian Ruthenia in the then Austria-Hungary October 1, 1938 mobilized into the Czechoslovak army, served as a messenger in the motorized troop in Prešov considered crossing the border to the Soviet Union in ... arrows 


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