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1941 - 1945 - Transports to the concentration camps

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6722)

List of witnesses


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Irma Trksáková (1917)

A Viennese Slovak Attitude of Czech and Slovak minorities to Czechoslovakia Resistance of Viennese Czechoslovaks against Nazism Conspiracies and sabotages Contact with domestic resistance in Czechoslovakia Contact with communists from the USSR Arrest and ... arrows 


Hana Tvrská (1928) video clip available

Born on April 24, 1928 in South-Bohemia Protivín in a Jewish family On April 18, 1942 left with a transporter Akb to the ghetto in Theresienstadt Placed in Jugendheim L 410 Worked in Theresienstadt walls In December 1943 transported to concentration camp ... arrows 


Milan Uhde (1936)

born on July 28, 1936 in Brno elementary school, life in the Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia persecution of his mother for her Jewish origin, death of his grandparents in a concentration camp 1950s – inherently in agreement with the communist regime year ... arrows 


Ludmila Uhlířová (1922) video clip available

born on the 1st of April 1922 in Bludov, Volhynia, back then belonging to Poland during Soviet era the family was designated for transportation to Siberia witnessed mass murders of Jews Bandera group almost beat her brother to death in 1947 the family ... arrows 


Jana Urbanová (1937)

born 10 November 1937 in Teplice from a mixed Jewish-Czech family, her father was a doctor in Osek near Duchcov autumn 1938, the family fled Osek after the annexation of the Sudetes her father set up a doctor’s practice in Mníšek pod Brdy c. 1940-1941, her ... arrows 


Susana Urbanová (1933)

Born on October 6, 1933 in Třebíč Originated from a mixed Jewish-German family 1940 –dismissed from school Witnessed the deportations of Jews from Třebíč during the war March 5, 1943 – her father Arnošt Beneš perished in Auschwitz A large part of her ... arrows 


Eva Václavíková (1933)

born on Feb. 27th 1933 in Strakonice to a mixed Czech-Jewish family 1940 - secretly baptized father arrested in 1944 and jailed in the Bystřice camp near Benešov, the same year, her mother was taken to Theresienstadt 1944-1945 hidden by her uncle in a small ... arrows 


Pavel Eli Vago (1930)

Eli Vago was born on May 14, 1930 in a village of Bytčica in 1942 he was hiding in mountains with his sister to avoid transports into concentration camps later they were bewrayed by members of the local police and deported to concentration camp in Sereď winter ... arrows 


Matej Valocký (1925)

born on February 18, 1925 in Belá since 1941 he was apprenticed in a car repair shop in Martin, where partisans got their cars repaired on August 28, 1944 after declaring the general mobilization, he along with all members of the shop joined the army, siding with ... arrows 


Helena Vančurová, roz. Fraindlová (1925)

born 10 March 1925 in Sarajevo her father served as a soldier in the Balkans during WW1 both her parents were employed by Baťa, they met as co-workers of the firm’s Sarajevo branch her father later established his own company 1941, World War II in Yugoslavia, ... arrows 


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