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1941 - 1945 - Transports to the concentration camps

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6468)

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Adolf Burger (1917 - 2016)

He was born on August 12th 1917 in Velka Lomnice in the Poprad region In 1939 he started to work as a compositor in Bratislava - that was the beginning of his illegal activity August 11th 1942 he was arrested and transported to Zilina in Slovakia September 1942 ... arrows 


Šošana Cachor (1925 - 2016)

born January 23, 1925 in Nitra in a Jewish family her parents did not have Czechoslovak citizenship temporarily evicted from their home in November 1938 attending a re-education course in the Zionist group Bnei Akiva from 1939 left for Palestine with her ... arrows 


František Cenkl (1923) video clip available

he was born on September 13th 1923 in Charváty village in June of 1943 got arrested for suspicion of collaboration with the resistance group he was sent to Auschwitz - originally to forced labor he worked on the construction of the I.G. Farben company (led by ... arrows 


Jozef Cerina (1931) video clip available

he was born on October 4, 1931, in the village of Opatová near Lučenec, he comes from the family of a workman since his early childhood he used to meet soldiers and troops he experienced events of the year 1938 and the consequences of Vienna Award affected his ... arrows 


Karel Cígler (1924)

born 12 July 1924 in Petrovice father a Russian legionary, WW2 resistance fighter, imprisoned in the Dachau concentration camp member of the Scouts troop Dvojka in České Budějovice attended grammar school in Klatovy, later in Pilsen 1944, forced labour in ... arrows 


Herta Coufalová (1924) video clip available

Born on January 23, 1926, in a Jewish family in Třebíč Spent her childhood in the Jewish community in Třebíč Her father Emanuel and mother Irma were arrested in 1941 In May 1942, she was deported to the Theresienstadt ghetto together with her grandma Hermína ... arrows 


Peggy Croydon (1930)

born 9 September 1930 in Prague as Peggy Štědrá her father was a Jew, her mother a Christian; one sister her father was a philatelist, his business sustained the family 1939, the business was confiscated, her parents formally divorced and lived separately ... arrows 


František Cvingráf (1923) video clip available

born November 28, 1923 in the village Rudlice near Znojmo in the then Czechoslovakia forced labour near Dresden from 1942 illegal attempt to cross the border back to the Protectorate arrested and interned in Lovosice and then in the Small Fortress in Terezín ... arrows 


Václav Čechlovský (1922) video clip available

Born on 14 April, 1922 in a village of Ptrukša near Velké Kapušany in Eastern Slovakia As an orphan lived in Košice and was educated in a Czech family With his step-mother moved to Uzhgorod and then to Prague with his guardians Apprenticed a shoe-maker In ... arrows 


Věra Čeňková, roz. Auerová (1926)

She was born in Plzeň from a middle-class Jewish family. She lived in Prague since she was 4 years old. She boarded the Terezín transport in February 1942. Her father died shortly after the arrival to Terezín; her mother and she survived. She worked in ... arrows 


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