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15. 3. 1939 - The Nazi occupation of ČSR

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6796)

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Ivo Feierabend (1927) video clip available

born March 2, 1927 in Prague comes from the family of an agrarian proponent and politician during the Second Republic and the Protectorate his father served in the government, then emigrated, and the family was persecuted studied law at Charles University ... arrows 


Vladimír Feierabend (1924) video clip available

Born on 7 July 1924 in Prague Studied at the teachers' institute, then grammar school 1 July, 1942 - the entire family and relatives arrested during the Operation E (Emigranten) 1 July, 1942 – 29 April, 1945 - small fortress in Theresienstadt, concentration ... arrows 


Jiří Felix (1931)

Born on February 21, 1931 Witnessed ethnic hatred between children in Most (German children throwing stones at Czech school kids) Family stories about German violence on Czech police officers After the Munich Treaty, at seven years old, he and his mother were ... arrows 


Miloslav Fencl (1919 - 2011)

Born on 19 February, 1919, in Nové Vráto near České Budějovice Study of architecture and building construction at the Czech Technical University in Prague Resided at the Masaryk College October 28th, 1939 - the demonstration November 15th, 1939 - the student ... arrows 


Marie Feuersteinová (1922)

born 1 January 1922 as Marie Brücknerová grew up in Kobylice near Nechanice 1938–1942, attended a business academy in Hradec Králové 1947, employed at a trading company, met Karel Feuerstein, her future husband 1949, the Feuersteins emigrated to Israel ... arrows 


Olga Fialová (1927)

born February 9th, 1927 in Prague her father Martin Rais, a member of the Petition Committee Faithful We Remain, was imprisoned in Germany from 1942 to 1945 after the war, her father was vice chairman of the Settlement Bureau, and he organised the official ... arrows 


Bronislaw Firla (1924)

born June 15, 1924 in Horní Suchá in 1943 drafted to the German army deployed in France, Holland, Belgium and Italy defected during an artillery battle in Italy in 1944 joined the Polish exile army under the command of general Wladyslav Anders studied at a ... arrows 


Staša Fleischmannová (1919)

born 24 September 1919 in Prague twin sister Olga father Rudolf Jílovský (1890-1954) a cabaretier, singer, later a publishing editor mother Staša Jílovská (1898-1955) a translator, journalist, editor family friends incl. F. Peroutka, M. Jesenská, A. ... arrows 


Bohumil Flemming (1921)

born 1921 in Prague 1938, participated in student demonstrations 1940, worker at ČKD 1945, took part in Prague Revolt, father in the resistance 1948, joined the Communist Party 1954, head engineer of energetics at the Ministry of Fuel and Energetics 1962, ... arrows 


Jiří Fochler (1924) video clip available

Born in 1924 in Olšany Todt Organization Was hiding in Volhynia 1st Czechoslovak Army Corps Flight school in Telavi in Georgia National Security Corps Currently lives in Zábřeh ... arrows 


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