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1941 - 1945 - Transports to the concentration camps

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6184)

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Václav Zelenka (1938)

born 9th September 1938 in Kladno early childhood in Lidice after Lidice was razed he was sent to Germany for re-education end of war and first post-war years spent in defeated Germany worked as a electrical engineer in Socialist factories Soviet occupation ... arrows 


Ignác Zima (1938)

born 23 February 1938 in a Romani settlement in Kopčany (western Slovakia) after the war, the family moved to find work in Foršt near Svitavy from 1956, railroad switch operator at Hodonín station late 1950s, compulsory military service in Konice 1969-1973, ... arrows 


Eduard Zimmel (1926) video clip available

born March 13, 1926 in Rapšach in the Vitorazsko (Weitraer) region refused to be drafted to the wehrmacht in 1943 October 26, 1943 - arrested and imprisoned in Znojmo and in Simmering in Vienna interned in the Dachau concentration camp in 1943–1945 worked in ... arrows 


Ana Zulian (1926 - 2010) video clip available

She was born in 1926. under fascists government. Her village was a partisan haven. in 1944. her village were attacked by Nazis and fascist. She was deported to Auschwitz with her sister and cousins. She remembers her number for the rest of the life. After ... arrows 


MUDr. Raja Žádníková (1929)

born August 29, 1929 in Tel Aviv in a Jewish family moved to Prague January 1942 – the family transported to Terezín autumn 1944 – her father was deported from Terezín to Auschwitz, and from there to Dachau where he died Raja and her mother remained in ... arrows 


Eva Žárská, roz. Lukášová (1935)

born on 1 July 1935 into the family of a constructor František Lukáš in Vsetín throughout the war, her family was hiding things belonging to the Jewish Eichner family after the war, the Lukášs found the Eichners‘ daughter Ilse who survived the Auschwitz ... arrows 


Marie Žatecká roz. Berniová (1928)

born May 11, 1928 in Vraný u Peruce her father was of Italian origin, he worked as a stonemason spent her childhood in Terezín November 1941 - May 1942: eye witness to the arrival of transports of Jews to the ghetto in Terezín in May 1942 the family had to ... arrows 


Jaroslav Žatečka (1928)

May 4, 1928 born in Krchleby near Čáslav his mother came from a Czech family in the USA, returned to Czechoslovakia his mother was not married, she did not request the issuance of personal documents during a document check in June 1942 they failed to provide ... arrows 


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