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15. 3. 1939 - The Nazi occupation of ČSR

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6468)

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Věra Vrbová, roz. Kohnová (1923)

born on the 15th of May, 1923 at Šumava witnessed the mobilization of 1938 lived through the occupation of Czech lands held prisoner in Terezín her parents died in a concentration camp in Poland her first husband died in April 1945 in a concentration camp ... arrows 


Marie Vrhelová (1929)

Born October 21, 1929 in Albrechtice in the Šumava Mountains Experienced first-hand the coexistence of Germans and Czechs, the conflicts before the war and the occupation of the borderlands Her father arrested and imprisoned by the Gestapo, later sent to do ... arrows 


Květoslav Vrtěl (1922) video clip available

born 1922 in Polkovice during the war doing conscripted labour in the village of Mönchhof in Austria the family refused to join the Unified Agricultural Cooperative during the collectivization process sentenced to a one-year prison term in 1958 interned in ... arrows 


Vlasta Vyhnánková (roz. Pavlanová) (1921 - 2015)

Born on December 17, 1921, in the Silesian town of Ostrava Worked as a seamstress in Ostrava before the war Fled from forced labour with a friend of her in 1939; was on the run via Poland to the Soviet Union; got caught by a Soviet border guard after crossing the ... arrows 


Oldřich Vychodil (1920 - 2012)

Born on December 18th 1920 in Jáchymov u Nákla 1939 - Completed the Gymnasium studies in Litovel Underwent the one-year post gradual course held by the Business Academy in Olomouc town 1940 - Was admitted to Českomoravská Kolben Daněk company located in Prague ... arrows 


Hildegarda Vyskočilová (1927)

born in Jihlava on August 7, 1927 1938 her German father went to the war had to transfer from a Czech school to a German school learnt a shop assistant’s trade worked in a shop selling clothes after the war worked as an accountant in a locksmithery 1946 ... arrows 


Lidmila Výšková (1923) video clip available

she was born on June 22nd 1923 in Manětín town she is a professional hairdresser from January to October of 1943 she was forcibly deployed in Germany - Flak town; she was released home due to her wedding; she never returned her husband was a forester in ... arrows 


MUDr. Jarmila Weinbergerová (1923)

Born on March 21, 1923, in a Jewish family in Prague Attended grammar school before the war Since 1938, her family was racially persecuted Expelled from school in 1939, hand-over of personal belongings, moved from their apartment 24. 4. 1942 – her family was ... arrows 


Edith Weitzenová (roz. Nettlová) (1924)

born May 7th 1924 in Dresden in a Jewish German-speaking family in 1930 the family moved to Liberec in Czech borderland in reaction to rising anti-Semitic mood the family moved to Prague parents shortly in a refugee camp, children in children’s homes father a ... arrows 


Miluše Wiedermannová (1922)

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