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15. 3. 1939 - The Nazi occupation of ČSR

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6303)

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Hanuš Gaertner (1926)

born 4 January 1926 in Hamburg as Hans Gaertner his parents were Czech Jews; he had a younger brother Štěpán from September 1938, in Prague, attended the English Grammar School expelled, studied at Alijah Schule in Prague, a member of Maccabi Hatzair 10 ... arrows 

Karel Gebauer (1915)

born February 4, 1915 in Lesní Albrechtice studying trade academy in Opava 1935-37 military service in the 15th infantry regiment in Opava April 5, 1938 joined the Financial Border Guard May 24, 1938 mobilization into the State Defence Guard after the ... arrows 

Petr Gibian (1922 - 2008)

was born on May 1, 1922 in Ceske Budejovice hee couldn't finish high school before war, so he graduated after the war he comes from a Jewish family, and his family disappeared in the concentration camps shortly after the occupation left for Great Britain used ... arrows 

Elisheva Gidron, roz. Kummermann (1920)

born 4 December 1920 into a Jewish family in Vienna from 1926, lived in Štěpánovice near Olomouce; 1932, moved to Karlovy Vary Octover 1938, moved to Prague member of the Zionist movement Tchelet Lavan 8 September 1942, deported to the Terezín ghetto worked ... arrows 

Andrej Gjurić (1938 - 2015) video clip available

Was born in 1938 in Prague Father doc. Alexandar Gjurić, M.D. was a significant doctor during WWII, he participated in the domestic resistance movement, was arrested in April 1942, executed in August 1944 Aunt Růžena Vacková, a Professor at the Charles ... arrows 

Ellen Glasner, roz. Berger (1920)

born March 8, 1920 in Berlin Jewish family, member of the Zionist movement Maccabi Hatzair moved to Prague with her parents in 1936 member of Maccabi Hatzair, leader of a group of younger children autumn 1939 – left for Palestine with the group one-year ... arrows 

Bohumil Glückauf (1923) video clip available

born June 28, 1923 in Hostivice near Prague in the then Czechoslovakia June 16, 1941 – planned escape to the foreign army in Great Britain June 17, 1941 – arrested near Velké Karlovice at the border between Slovakia and the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia ... arrows 

Viera Gordonová (1923) video clip available

she was born on February 28, 1923, in Lučenec radical turn of events in her life came with the Vienna Award in 1938 when her hometown was awarded to Hungary Viera's father was taken to a labor camp after the Aryanization of his shop; however, he was released soon ... arrows 

Eva Grafová (1947)

born on 22nd May 1947 in Prague her parents left for England before WWII they returned after the war, all her mother´s relatives remained in England Eva´s mother was allowed to travel to see her relatives only in 1963 1968 - 1970 Eva studied at Sheffield ... arrows 

Jiří Grant (1920 - 2011)

born on 30th June 1920 in Prague in April 1939 left Czechoslovakia, over Yugoslavia, Italy and Switzerland to England 1939-1942 stayed, studies in London 1942-1945 at the 312th (from 1944 310th) Czechoslovak fighter squadron of the RAF, due to his eyesight ... arrows 



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