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15. 3. 1939 - The Nazi occupation of ČSR

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6796)

List of witnesses

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Jozef Činčala (1921 - 2007)

born on October, the 28th, 1921 in Slovakia, in Čadca region after he trained to be a machine fitter in Vítkovice he was sent to work in Germany in 1941 he escaped back to Slovakia he worked as a civilian for a while, but then he was mobilized and entered the ... arrows 

Jan Čipera (1923 - 2011)

born on August 7, 1923 mother Božena Čiperová (Klausová) was an orphan, her legal guardian was Tomáš Baťa Dominik Čipera, the father of Jan Čipera, was the closest associate of T. Baťa, after his death, he became the managing director of the Baťa Company. He was ... arrows 

Jaromír Čížek (1924) video clip available

born on 17 June, 1924 in Dolní Beřkovice near Mělník began to attend Higher Industrial College in Roudnice nad Labem on 20 June, 1942 got arrested in connection with so called students´ persecution in Roudnice imprisoned in the Small Fortress in Terezín ... arrows 

Alois Čoček (1925) video clip available

Born in 1925 in Střítež nad Ludinou Worked for the railways in Nuremberg Bombing of Nuremberg Attempt to flee abroad Sentenced to 10 years in 1949 Bory prison, Pankrác Jáchymov labor camps (Bratrství, Rovnost, Ležnice) Brother Josef was an agent of the ... arrows 

Josef Čoček (1932) video clip available

Born in 1932 in Střítěž nad Ludinou Participated in the pilgrimage to Svatý Hostýn in August 1948 In 1950, he made his first attempt to flee to the West Imprisoned for three months at the regional court of Pilsen An agent of the U.S. intelligence service MIC ... arrows 

Václav Daněk (1929)

born 9 July 1929 in Prague both his parents were teachers, amateur actors, Sokol members; his father actively promoted the North Bohemian Union movement before the annexation of the Sudetes, the family lived about a year in Kralupy near Chomutov, during the war ... arrows 

Zdeněk Daniel (1929)

born on 9 September 1929 in Oslavany near Brno into the family of so-called indigenous Moravian Roma his father was a horse trader and a local chief, his mother ran a door-to-door textil business in 1939, witnessed the German armies invasion on 5 May 1943 was ... arrows 

Zdeňka Děrdová (1926)

born 3 February 1926 in Prague-Zlíchov her father was an accountant at Svoboda & Hynais and for a newsagent’s in Prague (when retired) her father was in Sokol her mother was a housewife both her parents were Catholics, later in the Czechoslovak Hussite ... arrows 

Judy (Judita) Diamantová, rozená Riffová (1932)

Born in 1932 in a Jewish family in Ostrava Her mother’s marriage with a non-Jewish man protected them for a while from deportation to the ghetto Spent a couple of months in hiding in Zlín Deported to the Theresienstadt ghetto in March 1945 Liberated in ... arrows 

Pavel Dimun (1914)

born June 17, 1914 in the Slovak village of Habura when he was twenty years old he was interrogated by the authorities for a revolt in Habura a Čertižné mobilization in 1938, joined the Czechoslovak army 1944 volunteered to join the Czechoslovak foreign army ... arrows 



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