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10. 6. 1942 – Destruction of Lidice

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6057)

List of witnesses


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Jiří Ješ (1926 - 2011)

Born on 19 June 1926 His father was a member of the Interim National Assembly and the Constituent National Assembly was a forced laborer during the Second World War, returned to school after the end of the war. A graduate of the Business College A press ... arrows 


Miloslava Jirasová, roz. Studničková (1913)

born on November 27th, 1913 in Lidice life of Lidice farmers marriage with Jaroslav Podhora burning Lidice down interned in the concentration camp Ravensbrück death march in April 1945 marriage with Karel Jiras life of farmers under the Communist regime ... arrows 


Miloslava Kalibová (1922)

born December 29, 1922 living in Slovakia at the time when the Slovak State was established experienced the extermination of Lidice, her father was executed interned in the Ravensbrück concentration camp death march the first commemoration ceremony in ... arrows 


Marta Kottová (1929 - 2017)

born February 22nd 1929 in Černovice u Tábora living in Prague since she was three, an avid Girl Scout June 1942 deported with her parents to Terezín October 6th, 1944 arrived to Auschwitz where both her parents died before Christmas of the same year got to ... arrows 


Jaroslav Kraus (1922)

Born on August 10, 1922 in Prague Of Jewish origin (from his father’s side) Was an active member of the pre-war Scout Deported to Theresienstadt in August 1942 Deported to Auschwitz in October 1944 Worked in a munitions factory in Meuselwitz, a branch camp ... arrows 


Eva Kubíková - Bullock (1937)

born April 29, 1937 in Prague her father worked as an editor of the Czech Press Agency separated from her mother, was to be sent for reeducation to Germany living in Germany with her relatives return to Czechoslovakia, reunited with her mother and ... arrows 


Professor, Ing., CSc. Jan Kučera (1946)

born 4 March 1946 in Prague both parents were imprisoned during the Nazi occupation his godparents were Hana Benešová and Jan Masaryk 1964-1969, studied nuclear chemistry at the Czech Technical University in Prague (first two years at the Faculty of Natural ... arrows 


Josef Lesák (1920 - 2009)

He was born in 1920 in Červené Janovice in the vicinity of Kutná Hora His family moved to Prague, he was led to patriotism, joined the Sokol He did his school-leaving exam in 1939 at the Czechoslovak Male Pedagogy Institute in Prague He participated in the ... arrows 


Colonel (ret.) Vladimír Maděra (1917)

born on March 19th 1917 in Velehrad village in Uherske Hradiste region after the occupation of Czechoslovakia by Hitler’s Germany he joined the resistance organization called Defending the Nation left the country in 1940, went to France via Syria where exile ... arrows 


Zdeněk Marek (1929)

born 26 June 1929 in Valča, Slovakia childhood in the Nymburk District large family, parents died early after 1945, moved to his brother in Belgium Germany, underwent training with Americans functioned as an agent-ranger arrested and sentenced to five ... arrows 


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