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10. 6. 1942 – Destruction of Lidice

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6576)

List of witnesses


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Colonel (ret.) Vladimír Maděra (1917 - 2013)

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 


Ruth Mittelmann (1925)

born on August 17, 1925 in Bratislava as Charlotta Neumann well-to-do Jewish family in 1930–1933 she was receiving treatment in Leysin in Switzerland study at Jewish grammar schools in Bratislava and Budapest member of Maccabi Ha Tzair since 1938 the family ... arrows 


PhMr. Libuše Nachtmannová (1919 - 2013)

born on January 9, 1919 in Roudnice nad Labem 1938 began her studies of pharmaceutics in Prague after the close-down of Czech universities in November 1939 she joined the resistance movement Defense of the Nation (DN) relocations of radios and radio-operators ... arrows 


Jaroslav Pergl (1946)

Born in Krocehlavy Industrial College metallurgical Kladno VSB Ostrava Steelworks Poldi Kladno Municipality of Buštěhrad Urban Chronicle Cops memorials Studio-cafe and wine bar Krocehlavy Cultural Thursdays in Krocehlavy Painter Bohuslav Valenta ... arrows 


Jiří Pitín (1942)

a child from Lidice born April 23, 1942 in Lidice his father was hiding after the Lidice tragedy, later caught and executed. his mother died in the Ravensbrück concentration camp. brought up in the infant care institute in Prague-Krč photographed and filmed ... arrows 


Ing. Dobromil Podpěra (1932 - 2017)

Born on May 24, 1932, in Neprobylice Originates in an ancient yeoman family Everyday village life Graduated from the Slaný grammar school in 1950 Their farm was collectivized, the family was persecuted and forcibly moved Served in the PTP Battalions ... arrows 


Ing. Věra Poláková (1930)

she was born on April 17th 1930 in Prague as Věra Ganzová she comes from a well educated assimilated Jewish family her father, Leo, participated in a resistance organization; shortly after the beginning of the war he was arrested and imprisoned in Petschek palace ... arrows 


Jaromír Randák (1919) video clip available

he was born in the mill at Jirkalov near Stachy in Šumava on May 8th, 1919 coexistence of the Czechs and Germans during the period of the First Republic occupation of the country by the Nazis in September 1938 and in March 1939 he spent most of the war as a ... arrows 


Veronika (Věra) Rýmonová (1942)

born on the 22nd of January, 1942 in Kladno a child from Lidice her mother survived Ravensbrück concentration camp after the war, moved to the new Lidice member of the Pioneer Youth Organisation worked at the Barrandov film studios witnessed the ... arrows 


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