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1941 - 1945 - Transports to the concentration camps

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6684)

List of witnesses


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Eva Vaňková (1930)

Born in Prague in 1930 into a mixed Czech-Jewish family Father Otto Fischl was Deputy Minister of Finance and a diplomat in the GDR Emigrated to the FRG in January 1951 1952 - her father was in court in the R. Slánský trial and executed Worked at Radio Free ... arrows 


Alžbeta Vargová (1929)

born on August 4, 1929 in Sereď Christian family, four siblings childhood spent in a small house in the Jewish cemetery in Sereď a witness of events taking place in Sereď related to Hlinka Guard and German soldiers a witness of burying dead Jews in Sereď ... arrows 


Petr Vavřín (1929)

born 25 June 1929 in Brno his mother was Jewish, his father was Czech with German roots 1939, his mother could not endure the fear of persecution and committed suicide his father married and Austrian and had to accept German citizenship Petr was forced to ... arrows 


Ludevít Végh (1921 - 2016)

Born to a Jewish family in Košice in 1921. Avoided the draft to labour camps and in 1941 escaped to Budapest. Lived in Budapest as an illegal, worked as an electrician and in a chemical factory. 1942-1944 arrested and sent to forced labour camps in Galanta, Vác ... arrows 


Bohumil Venclík (1924) video clip available

born 13 January 1924 in Tovačov father Bohumil Venclík Sr, chief of Sokol in Tovačov member of Sokol father commanded Section 5 of the resistance group Defence of the Nation family hid the fugitive resistance fighter Rajmund Navrátil witness of Jewish ... arrows 


Alexander Venglář (1920)

born April 22, 1920 in Kecskemét in Hungary worked in the Jawa factory during WWII he was a member of an illegal group interned in concentration camps Auschwitz and Buchenwald married in autumn 1945 after the war studied pedagogy at the university worked ... arrows 


RNDr. Michaela Vidláková roz. Lauscherová (1936)

born December 30, 1936 in Prague December 1942 deported to the Terezín ghetto 1953 the entire family arrested for an attempt to escape to Palestine 1960 graduated from the university from biology - chemistry working in clinical and experimental medicine ... arrows 


Marie Vítovcová (1928)

Born on June 15, 1928, into a Jewish family Non religious, fully assimilated Czech-speaking family After 1939 her father lost his job, Marie excluded from school, Sokol and Scout On December 10, 1941, the family deported to Theresienstadt ghetto On October 6, ... arrows 


Aharon Eduard Vlček (1939)

born 30 November 1939 in Topoľčany Jewish family, three children 1942, deported to a labour camp in Nováky August 1944, left the camp and headed to Banská Bystrica hid in the mountains liberated by the Red Army returned to Topoľčany September 1945, ... arrows 


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 


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