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8 January 1941 - 27 January 1944 Siege of Leningrad

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Maja Fundová (1931)

born in Leningrad in 1931 lived in Leningrad all the time throughout the siege of the city (1941-1944) with her mother and younger brother received the Medal For the Defence of Leningrad graduated from French and Spanish in 1958 met Luboš Funda, who studied ... arrows 

Vladimír Hrozný (1923) video clip available

born on May 5, 1923, in the Far East was interested in flying as a young man, flew a Polikarpov Po-2 194 – voluntarily joined the Red Army participated in a 6 month training in Barnaul 1942 – fought at Leningrad, wounded was trained as a pilot, flew an Il-2 ... arrows 

Jiřina Jiráková (1926 - 2016)

born to Volhynian Czechs in Zdolbuniv persecution of local Jews by Nazi occupiers of Zdolbuniv violence caused by Banderites throughout the war nurse at the railway hospital in Zdolbuniv joined the 1st Czechoslovak Army Corps military nursing course in ... arrows 

Irina Juřinová (1930)

born on 15 March 1930 in St. Petersburg on 22 June 1941 Soviet Union was invaded by Germany on 8 September 1941 the Siege of Leningrad had begun survived the 1941-2 winter with her grandma in 1942-1944 lived with her wider family in the countryside on 5 ... arrows 

Olga Marlinová (1937)

born on 21 August 1937 in Prague as the elder of two children her mother’s family had lost all of its property due to expropriation before 1948 already her father was a Russian émigré who faced interrogation by the Soviets after liberation of Czechoslovakia ... arrows 

Kazimír Morozovič (1936)

born January 12, 1937 in the village Rudňa Novenka near the town Shepetivka in Ukraine his father Lucian Morozovič was of Ukrainian origin, his mother was a Czech national the family lived in Ukraine and later in Russia near Buzuluk his mother was a widow when ... arrows 

Elvíra Ptáková roz. Filipovičová (1934)

born in 1934 in Moscow as a child survived famine and the Battle of Stalingrad witnessed events related to the funeral of J. V. Stalin in 1953 married Czech citizen Ivo Pták who studied in Moscow graduated from an agricultural university in Moscow since ... arrows 

Ing. Inna Rottová (1935)

born August 22, 1935 in Leningrad both her parents, Samuil and Galina, were Jews, her father came from Prague and her mother from Warsaw they found a safe place in Leningrad, where the war broke out in 1941 mother with Inna and her older sister Tamara stayed in ... arrows 



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