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8. 5. 1945 - End of WWII

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6850)

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Věra Tichánková (1920 - 2014) video clip available

Born 1920 in Žarnovická Huť (Nová Baňa) in Slovakia Grew up in Slovakia, Brandýs nad Labem and Liberec In 1938, began studying at the Institute of Chemical Technology in Prague. After the closing down of universities began studying at the department of drama at ... arrows 


Anna Tichavská, roz. Švarcová (1922) video clip available

born 1922 in Zákřov April 18, 1945 experienced the massacre in Zákřov April 20, 1945 her cousin František Švarc and his sixteen-year-old son were together with other 17 men murdered near the Kyjanice hamlet at the time of the assault on the village she was ... arrows 


PhDr. Jiří Tichota (1937) video clip available

born on April 18, 1937 in Točná (district Prague-South at that time) from 1940 living in Lahovice, elementary school in Zbraslav in 1945 moved to Prague 1, Pařížská St. n.17 in 1947–1951 pupil at the elementary school in Sanytrová St. his father was unjustly ... arrows 


Věroslava Tkáčová (1924)

born 26 September 1924 in Ostrava-Michálkovice peaceful childhood in Ostrava-Mariánské Hory her father was falsely reported and arrested by the Gestapo her relatives were taken to the Mauthausen concentration camp repeatedly saved from forced labour by the ... arrows 


Miloslav Tlapák (1936)

Born on January 15, 1936, in Prague His father served as a butler to Miloš Havel, his mother was Havel's cook 1942 moving into Havel's villa at Barrandov May 8, 1942 – his father shot by Germans for unknown reasons 1947 – his mother left her job at Havel's ... arrows 


Ing. Josef Tomica (1925 - 2017) video clip available

born December 2, 1925 in Karviná soldier in the Wehrmacht captured by the British in France enlisted in the Czechoslovak independent armoured brigade worked in the ironworks in Karviná (originally Jäkl company) for 41 years distance study at the College of ... arrows 


Vlasta Trávníčková (1922)

born on 22 October 1922 in Bavorov grew up in Volary and Lhenice had frequent contact with Germans in the border areas studied a Realschule in Budweis graduated in 1941, took up a job at the post ofice on 1 May 1943 she was transferred to a post office in ... arrows 


Karel Trčka (1923 - 2014)

born February 18, 1923 in Rožmitál pod Třemšínem 1931 his father started a transportation company 1942 interrupted his vocational training as a machine fitter, forced labour in construction of a factory hall for BMW in Munich 1942 returned home without ... arrows 


Věra Trechová (1923)

born August 20, 1923 in Brno her father was a legionnaire, fought at Zborov when she was eighteen she married baker Leopold Urbánek half a year after their wedding her husband was sent to Stuttgart to do forced labour there her husband died in an air raid on ... arrows 


Jan Trnka (1940)

born November 1940 in Pardubice 1945, moved to Ústí nad Labem with his parents and sister 1954, employed at Metra, an electrotechnical plant 1959, started military service in Děčín, completed an NCO course, served as a radio operator 1961, employed by State ... arrows 


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