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1941 - 1945 - Transports to the concentration camps

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6330)

List of witnesses

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Miloš Volf (1924 - ????)

born on June 2, 1924, in Tábor studied at the grammar school in Tábor joined the Sokol (equivalent to the Scout) at age four was a liaison for the resistance organization “Defense of the Nation” during the war was assisting the paratrooper Fr. Pospíšil from ... arrows 

Jaroslav Vomočil (1927 - 2015) video clip available

born 28 July 1927 in the village of Desná near Litomyšl 1944, assigned to work at an ammunition plant in Polička 22 September 1944, arrested interned in the Gestapo prison in Pardubice and the Small Fortress in Terezín interned in the concentration camps ... arrows 

Helena Vovsová (1926)

Born on February 12, 1926, in Prague Moved to Panenské Březany with her parents in 1931 Started to work as a support gardener at the local Chateau in 1941 Served there till the end of October 1945 In 1948, returned to the Chateau as a laboratory technician ... arrows 

Věra Vrbová, roz. Kohnová (1923)

born on the 15th of May, 1923 at Šumava witnessed the mobilization of 1938 lived through the occupation of Czech lands held prisoner in Terezín her parents died in a concentration camp in Poland her first husband died in April 1945 in a concentration camp ... arrows 

Věra Weberová (1934) video clip available

born 10 January 1934 into a Jewish family in Brno 18 January 1943, whole family transported to the collection point at Uherský Brod 23 January 1943, arrival in Terezín in the Kinderheim in Terezín 23 October 1944, her brother Jiří and her father deported to ... arrows 

MUDr. Jarmila Weinbergerová (1923)

Born on March 21, 1923, in a Jewish family in Prague Attended grammar school before the war Since 1938, her family was racially persecuted Expelled from school in 1939, hand-over of personal belongings, moved from their apartment 24. 4. 1942 – her family was ... arrows 

Hana Weingarten, roz. Wertheimerová (1929) video clip available

Jewish origin, born 1929 in Znojmo in southern Moravia grandfather owned a factory which produced pickled gherkins and candied fruit 1938 had to escape from Znojmo, at first to Jihlava, then Prostějov and eventually to Prague March 6, 1943 left with the ... arrows 

Ing. Pavel Werner (1932 - 2017) video clip available

Born in 1932 A Jewish family from Pardubice Dimly recalls a story connected to the name of Nicolas Winton Interned in the Theresienstadt ghetto The Maccabiah Games of Fredy Hirsch The death of his sister Lenka Transport to Auschwitz-Birkenau Selection ... arrows 

Věra Wiener, roz. Ledererová (1924) video clip available

Born in 1923 into a Jewish family in Volyně in the south of Bohemia 1934-1939 – studied at a grammar school in Strakonice 1939 – was accepted to the Aliyah School in Prague September 1939 – left on a train to Denmark 1943 – left on a ship to Sweden because of ... arrows 

Magdaléna Zadorová (1919)

born on December 22, 1919 in Košice March 1940 she married Andrej Zador from Uzhhorod May 25, 1944 – she boarded the third transport to Auschwitz lived to see the liberation in Ravensbrück returned to Košice in June 1945 1946 her son was born lives in ... arrows 



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