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1. – 2. 1. 1944 - Battle of Biela Cerkov

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List of witnesses


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Lieutenant Colonel (ret.) Ján Bačkovský (1919)

born on 24th October 1919 in Štefrov near Barďejov, Eastern Slovakia sentenced to five years in a labor camp for illegal crossing of the border, worked in the woods in Ukhta, released in 1942 left to Buzuluk where he joined the Czechoslovak Army and passed ... arrows 


Brigadier General (ret.) Alexander Beer (1917 - 2015) video clip available

born February 7, 1917 in Vranov nad Topľou in Slovakia 1939, after failed emigration to the west went to the Soviet Union via Poland working near Moscow and in Karagand in Kazakhstan joined the army in Buzuluk, took part in fighting for Sokolovo, Kursk, Kyjev, ... arrows 


Major General Štěpán Bunzák (1919)

he was born on August 19, 1919, in the village of Mežhorje in Carpathian Ruthenia between the years 1937 to 1939 he completed his military training with the 4th Highland infantry regiment in Jelšava after the Hungarian occupation of Carpathian Ruthenia he ... arrows 


Michal Demjan (1921) video clip available

born 19th November 1921 in the village of Vyšny Verecki in Subcarpathian Ruthenia 1939, forced to join the Hungarian semi-military organisation Levente 31st March 1940, crossed the borders into the USSR 1940-November 1942, imprisoned in Skole, Stryi and ... arrows 


Vasil Derďuk (1922) video clip available

born 6th December 1922 in Černá Tisa, Transcarpathian Ruthenia 1939, got into trouble with a Hungarian officer and fled to the USSR imprisoned in the USSR - in Novosibirsk, Kamchatka and Novaya Zemlya fought at Sokolovo, Kiev, Bela Crkva, during the ... arrows 


MUDr., Major Gertruda Englová (1910)

16th October 1910 in Český Krumlov to a Jewish family graduated at the German University in Prague 1939 left to Poland and subsequently the Soviet Union worked as a doctor in Stanciji Kledskoj na Donu, than in Srednoja Achtuba before entering the Czechoslovak ... arrows 


Jarmila Habrštátová, roz. Kaplanová (1924)

Born on 7. 4. 1924 in Ústí nad Orlicí 1936 – the family departed to the town of Shakhty in the Soviet Union (Rostov area) 1941 – was held in internment camps in Rostov, Moscow, Novgorod, Oranka and in a Gulag in Aktyubinsk 16. 6. 1942 – joined the army in the ... arrows 


Fedor Havran (1919 - 2006)

native of Carpathian Ruthenia, born 1919 1940, fled to the USSR imprisoned in Soviet labour camps Czechoslovak battalion in Buzuluk fought at Kiev, Dukla, and other places anti-aircraft artillery, quartermaster after the war, settled down in northern ... arrows 


Anna Havranová (1922)

born April 7th 1922 in Carpathian Rruthenia emigrated in 1939, arrested in the Soviet Union and then interned in labour camps and prisons 1943 joined the Svoboda´s army nurse on the eastern front after the war lived with her husband Fedor in northern Bohemia, ... arrows 


Mikuláš Hulín (1922 - 2015)

born November 26, 1922 in Carpathian Ruthenia after the Hungarian occupation as a partisan on his way to Prague arrested by the Gestapo, he escaped before being handed over to the Hungarians again arrested by the Soviets while attempting escape to the USSR, ... arrows 


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