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july 1938 - X. sokol slet's

List of witnesses


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Jaromír Bilík (1918)

born 12 January 1918 in Brno 1937, enrolled at the Brno University of Technology 1939, interrupted his studies when Czech universities were closed 1945, received an engineer’s degree after the war 1951, secured a patent for a method and device for the ... arrows 


Zoran Kamarit (1925) video clip available

Born on 14 April 1925 in Šabac, Serbia, to a family of a Czech émigré and a Serb Arrested at 18 years in Belgrade during the war, then released Fought as a guerrilla on the Srem front between 1944 and 1945 and reached Celje, Slovenia Graduated from economics in ... arrows 


Dalibor Knejfl (1925)

born 14 May 1925 in Lázně Bělohrad during the war, brief period of forced labour at the Junkers factory in Hradec Králové autumn 1943, joined the Government Forces of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, 11th Battalion in Rychnov nad Kněžnou, infantry ... arrows 


Irena Kroupová (1924)

born 16 September 1924 in Hlinsko witnessed the burning of Lidice (Wednesday 10 June 1942) aged 19, assigned to forced labour at an arms factory in Modřany helped repatriate prisoners from a collection centre in Rosenheim chief of the female section of the ... arrows 


Ing. Vlastimír Medek (1926)

born February 23, 1926 in Nevojice the whole family were members of the Sokol organization learnt the fitter’s trade during the war worked in an arms factory where he committed an act of sabotage in 1944 worked as a driver at the airport, transporting weapons ... arrows 


PhDr. Jaroslav Mucha (1925) video clip available

Born on 25 December, 1925 in Kostelec na Hané In 1930–1935 attended an elementary school in Kostelec na Hané In 1950s his father imprisoned and sentenced for anti-communist resistance Rehabilitated in 1960s 1951–1953 – basic military service in Kremnice and ... arrows 


PhDr. Dagmar Procházková (1925)

born 6 June 1925 in Prague brought up with Sokol ideals 1942, assigned to forced labour at the telegraph-machine assembly plant in Prague-Kbely 14 February 1945, experienced an air raid on Prague 1946, accepted to study philosophy and psychology at Charles ... arrows 


Hana Sternlicht (1930)

born 10 February 1930 in Prague as Hana Neumannová comes from an assimilated Jewish family living in Holice 1940, expelled from school; home-schooled 9 December 1942, deported to Terezín with her parents lived in the girls’ house L410 in Terezín 4 October ... arrows 


Helena Stránská (1924)

born 1924 in Černovice worked as a seamstress and then at the Avia factory February 1944, forced labour in Germany July 1944, survived an air raid on Graz transferred to a labour camp near Serbia August 1944, returned to Prague because of an illness until ... arrows 


Věra Šestáková (1920)

Born on 31 August, 1920 in Prague-Bubeneč In 1939 married and left with her husband to Slovakia Beginning of the war and establishment of the Slovak republic, which she could not leave In 1944 moved from Bratislava to Banská Bystrica, where she soon experienced ... arrows 


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