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1941 - 1945 - Transports to the concentration camps

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6051)

List of witnesses

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Jindřich Feinberg (1923 - 2017)

born on August 28th, 1923 in Brno held captive in Špilberg castle transport to the East Minsk ghetto concentration camp Majdanek work camp Budzin concentration camp Plaszow concentration camp Flossenbürg concentration camp Pocking (Aussenkomando) ... arrows 

Alexander Feuerstein (1918)

born June 20, 1918 in the village of Koromľa in eastern Slovakia his parents were tradesmen the youngest of seven siblings did not complete his studies at grammar school in Uzhhorod, after the Hungarian takeover of the Carpathian Ruthenia he was dismissed due ... arrows 

Anna Fidlerová (1919 - 2016)

born 1919 in Hospozín before the war, moved to Prague a member of the Prague culture group Young Culture after school, worked for Hugo Vavřečka, the grandfather of Václav Havel memories of the tense atmosphere of the Heidrich Retaliations memories of the ... arrows 

Věra Fischerová (1916)

born December 24, 1916 in Vienna studied at the State Industrial School in 1936 married Jan Fischer, they raised three children her husband was involved in the anti-Nazi resistance her father protested against the rise of the communist regime and after 1948 ... arrows 

Viola Fischerová (1922) video clip available

was born on November 14, 1922 in Lučenec as a sixteen-year-old girl she witnessed the excommunication of Jews from society together with her family she got to ghetto where they went through starving, cold, fear and tyranny as a twenty-two-year-old she got off ... arrows 

Jiří Fišer (1936) video clip available

born January 7, 1936 in Česká Třebová his father Arnold Fischer joined the resistance movement in Česká Třebová his father died in the concentration camp Neungamme on May 17, 1941 twins Josef and Jiří were transported to the Terezín ghetto in April 1942 his ... arrows 

Staša Fleischmannová (1919)

born 24 September 1919 in Prague twin sister Olga father Rudolf Jílovský (1890-1954) a cabaretier, singer, later a publishing editor mother Staša Jílovská (1898-1955) a translator, journalist, editor family friends incl. F. Peroutka, M. Jesenská, A. ... arrows 

Jarmila Foralová (1927) video clip available

born 27 April 1927 in Palkovice her uncle František Bílek was a parliamentary deputy of the National Assembly her father helped German anti-Fascists who had escaped from concentration camps in Germany the family joined in the Communist resistance during the ... arrows 

Anita Franková (1930)

born in Litomyšl in 1930, a typical Czech-Jewish assimilated family family moved to Prague in 1939, father suddenly died in fall 1939 she lived in Prague with her mother till fall 1942 when they were sent to Terezín she spent some time in the girls' house L410 ... arrows 

John Freund (1930)

born June 6, 1930 in České Budějovice participated in publishing the Jewish children’s magazine Klepy (Rumours) stayed in the ghetto in Terezín between April 1942 and December 1943 transport to Auschwitz in December 1943 selection in April 1944 – became one ... arrows 



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