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13.-15.2.1945 Bombing of Dresden

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6117)

List of witnesses


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Květuše Thekla Bartoníčková (1935)

born 14th February 1935 in Vinařice near Kladno start of WW2 house searches assassination of R. Heydrich Lidice razed proving Arian descent Allied bombing end of WW2 arrival of the Red Army living with soldiers of the Red Army collectivisation of ... arrows 


Božena Čermáková (1933)

born 7 January 1933 in Oldřichov near Duchcov family severely impacted by the financial crisis, father died of tuberculosis Sudetes annexed, targeted by Henleinites after the war, wanted to study pedagogics, fell gravely ill in the care of nuns, decided to ... arrows 


Olga Fialová (1927)

born February 9th, 1927 in Prague her father Martin Rais, a member of the Petition Committee Faithful We Remain, was imprisoned in Germany from 1942 to 1945 after the war, her father was vice chairman of the Settlement Bureau, and he organised the official ... arrows 


Karel Franta (1928)

Working-class origin Skilled as a graphic draftsman in Melantrich, at the same time he studied the secondary school of graphics. 1949 - Franta enters AVU 1954 - military service 1956 - a freelancing painter ... arrows 


Josefa Gruntová (1924)

born as Večeřová on 28th July 1924 in Svébohov supposed to work as forced labor married to František Grunt her husband took part in the resistance against the Nazis 19th April 1944, arrested and imprisoned in Theresienstadt, Breslau, and Dresden after the ... arrows 


Emilie Hatlová, roz. Matauchová (1925)

born on May 6, 1925, in Nebužely nearby Mělník comes from a Czech-German family was a forced laborer during the war, worked in several places her father, a Wehrmacht soldier, died in Polish captivity witnessed the brutal conduct of Soviet soldiers towards the ... arrows 


Jiřina Hloušková (1921) video clip available

born April 18, 1921 in Horní Bečva her father was a legionnaire in Russia during WWI harsh life in poverty during the First Republic era Totaleinsatz in Berlin and Dresden in 1943 1943-1945 forced labour in the ironworks in Vítkovice relationship with a ... arrows 


Ing. Zdeněk Hříbal (1926) video clip available

born on 17 May 1926 in Prague attended a business school in Prague from 1941 till 1945 in September 1944 he was sent to forced labor into the Walter factory in Jinonice from January till April 1945 he served as a messenger, doing both domestic and international ... arrows 


Věra Idan (1926)

born on 20 April 1926 in Košice as Věra Rosenzweigová Jewish family of a wood salesman 1936 moved to Ostrava 1939 Alijat ha-noar school in Prague, later in Ostrava October 1939 father deported to Nisko camp; died in 1943 September 1942 Věra with mother and ... arrows 


Gertruda Jurečková (1924)

born 21 August 1924 in Ludgeřovice, Hlučín District aged fourteen, began working at a chocolate factory in Ostrava 1938, Hlučín District was annexed to Germany and she was assigned to forced labour near Lüben completed a medical course and worked in German ... arrows 


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