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27. 5. 1942 - Assassination of R. Heydrich

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6057)

List of witnesses

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Marta Kadlecová (1929)

Née Spálenská, born on the 5th of March 1929 in Proseč near Skuteč. Witnessed the burning of the village of Ležáky. Her father served as a postmaster in Nové Hrady, destroying denouncements addressed to the Gestapo. At the end of the war, her father helped the ... arrows 

academic painter Dimitrij Kadrnožka (1923)

born on 23 October 1923 in Kroměříž son of legionary Jan Kadrnožka, a hero of the Battle of Zborov in 1950 graduated from Academy of Arts, Design and Architecture in Prague in 1954 finished stage design studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague from 1967 ... arrows 

Oldřich Kafuněk (1928)

born in 1928 in a family of the Czechoslovak railways´ officer since 1938 a member of the scouting unit in Prague-Kobylisy at the end of war was forced to work in civilian defence, so called Luftschutz helped the injured following the air raid in Prague-Emauzy ... arrows 

Antonín Kachlík (1923)

born February 26, 1923 in Kladno-Rozdělov the family moved to Prague in 1931 studying trade academy in Prague-Karlín graduated in May 1942 forced labour in the Luftschutzpolizei in the Ruhr region in Germany fighting the fire of the cathedral of Saints ... arrows 

Eva Kantůrková (1930)

born May 11, 1930 in Prague spent her childhood with her aunt in the countryside after secondary school became an editor for Mladá fronta Charles University Faculty of Arts, studying philosophy and history, one of her teachers was Josef Macek (1956) member of ... arrows 

Miluše Kepková (1927) video clip available

Born on 7 February, 1927, née Kašparová Graduated from a professional school for women occupations Involved in the resistance – 2nd light secret division Her father, Stanislav Kašpar, was a cinema employee and extracted information from his superiors; the ... arrows 

MUDr. Jaromír Klika (1919 - 2015)

born in Prague Feb. 25th 1919 member of the 5th group of marine Boy Scouts couldn’t finish medical studies because of the closing of universities in 1939 during the war – illegal intelligence activities in the Zbojník group and the Intelligence Brigade ... arrows 

Staff Sergeant (Gendarmerie) Jan Klimas (1924)

born in the village Fokušová in Slovakia on February 2nd, 1924 moved to Prague in 1941, experienced the Prague uprising there after the war he started working for the National Security Corpse in Štěkeň in 1946–1947 served with frontier-guard in South Bohemia in ... arrows 

Ludmila Kňourková (1927)

born on 6th June, 1927 in Prague in May 1945 participated at building the brigades during the Prague Upraise following 1948 not allowed to study in the Great Britain worked as a child carer at the Belgium diplomat posted in Prague in 1960s persecuted by the ... arrows 

Matěj Komosný (1924)

Born on 25 February, 1924 in Dolní Bojanovice In 1944 left to a labour camp in Friedland In autumn 1944 escaped from the camp to return home In April 1945 during liberation was forced to labour in Břeclav and Lužice In 1946 started military service in ... arrows 



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