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Death marches 1944-1945

List of witnesses


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Erika Bezdíčková (1931)

born September 26, 1931 in Žilina in a middle class Jewish family the family was arrested by Hlinka’s Guards after neighbours informed upon them in October 1944 deported to Auschwitz by the next-to-last transport her father and mother killed in Auschwitz ... 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 


Elly Jouzová, roz. Baranová (1933)

2nd July 1933 born in Prague, her parents active, ardent Communist Party members, father worked for the Party Committee 26th February 1940 parents arrested by gestapo, the reason: Communist Party resistance activities, father went through Theresienstadt, Dachau, ... arrows 


Pavel Kohn (1929 - 2017)

born October 14, 1929 in Prague the family was transported to Terezín in 1942 a year later they had to go to the family camp in Auschwitz, their father had meanwhile died in Terezín in 1944 passed through the selection process in Auschwitz and he was taken to ... arrows 


Agneša Krahulcová - Herzová (1922)

born on August 4th, 1922 in the Spiš region in a Hungarian and German Jewish family graduated at a Slovak secondary grammar school in 1940 family forced to emigrate to Budapest winter 1944, deported to the Ravensbrück concentration camp April 30th, 1945, ... arrows 


Libuše Pleskačová, roz. Bendlová (1926)

born on July 10, 1926 in Nymburk at the end of February 1945 the Bendl family provided a hiding place for Jewish man František Pick in their attic studied a household school and completed it with apprenticeship in a fashion studio in Prague in 1947 the Bendl ... arrows 


Prof. Ing., CSc. Jan Roček (1924)

born as Jan Robitschek on 24 March 1924 in Prague in the course of anti-Jewish regulations expelled from a grammar school; undertook a course to become a chemical technician was interned in the Terezín ghetto survived a month in Auschwitz transferred for work ... arrows 


Judith Rosenzweig

born 2 March 1930 in Brno as Judita Schwarzbartová unreligious Jewish family with three children attended a Czech school, member of Sokol 30 March 1942, deported with her family to the ghetto in Terezín 19 October 1944, deported with her parents and sister to ... arrows 


Petr Rössler (1930)

Born in 1930 into a Jewish family in Prague October 1941 - deported with his family to the Lodz ghetto Parents died after few months in the ghetto August 1944 - deported to Auschwitz with his brother Deported to the labor camp Kaufering April 1945 - a death ... arrows 


Valéria Slamová (Propstein) (1928)

born in 1928 into a religious Jewish family as the eldest of three children her hometown of Čata (Southern part of Czechoslovakia) became part of Hungary after the First Vienna Arbitration (November 1938) in May 1944 family interned in the Levice ghetto June ... arrows 


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