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8. 5. 1945 - End of WWII

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6516)

List of witnesses

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Dr. Ctibor Vořech (1921)

Born in 1921 in Slovakia, both of his parents were artists Beginnings of his scouting in the 1930s Was involved in resistance activities, arrested in 1942 in a labor camp in Opava 1944 – served in an intelligence brigade, special operations platoon ... arrows 

Jaroslava Vosátková (1931)

born May 17, 1931 experienced the bombing of the Škoda factories in Pilsen by the British air force in 1943 in 1944–1945 experienced the bombing of Brno by American and Soviet airplanes April 23, 1945 – arrival of the Red Army to Blažovice returned to Pilsen ... arrows 

Miroslav Vošahlík (1943)

born 20 March 1943 in Prague 1948-1955, Na Zelené lišce Primary School, Prague 4 (then Prague 14) 1951-1955, member of Young Tourist CSR, secret Scout oath October 1956, trial with his father; convicted of unwarranted enrichment; Miroslav was expelled from ... arrows 

Karel Vošalík (1932)

born 8 June 1932 in Dolní Mokropsy near Prague descendant of the farmer family of Vošalík, owners of the so-called Famelie Estate witness of local events during WW2 1950, the family farm was confiscated, but the family was allowed to live there as the son of ... arrows 

Alena Voštová (1939)

Born on March 17, 1939 in Prague Her father died in the course of the mobilization Her mother Anna Malinová (1914–1942) helped the paratrooper Jozef Gabčík She was taken to her grandparents who lived in the Nalžovské hory Mountains by her mother Anna June ... arrows 

Vlastislava Vrbová (1926) video clip available

born 4 August 1926 in the village of Daňkovice near Nové Město na Moravě, former Czechoslovakia from 1 July 1943 to 5 May 1945, supported the partisan group Jermak cooked them food, washed their clothes after WW2, attended a one-year course in Prague worked ... arrows 

Marie Vrhelová (1929)

Born October 21, 1929 in Albrechtice in the Šumava Mountains Experienced first-hand the coexistence of Germans and Czechs, the conflicts before the war and the occupation of the borderlands Her father arrested and imprisoned by the Gestapo, later sent to do ... arrows 

Václav Vrtal (1940)

born 20 September 1940 in Prague his father Ferdinand Vrtal was a mechanic at the Walter Works who was shot by German soldiers while supplying weapons to partisans grew up with his mother and sister in humble conditions trained as an electrician of high-voltage ... arrows 

First Lieutenant (ret.) Alexandr Všetečka (1927 - 2013) video clip available

Born on March 25, 1927, in the village of Jadvipol in Volhynia On May 5, 1944, he joined the newly constituted 1st Czechoslovak army corps in Rovno Replacement unit in Kamianets-Podilskyi Training in Bessarabia Officer cadet school Service in the 3rd ... arrows 

Hildegarda Vyskočilová (1927)

born in Jihlava on August 7, 1927 1938 her German father went to the war had to transfer from a Czech school to a German school learnt a shop assistant’s trade worked in a shop selling clothes after the war worked as an accountant in a locksmithery 1946 ... arrows 



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