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23. 2. 1949 – Beginning the forced agricultural collectivisation

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The Fifties - 1948 - 1959 (2591)

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Jiřina Hloušková (1921) video clip available

born April 18, 1921 in Horní Bečva her father was a legionnaire in Russia during WWI harsh life in poverty during the First Republic era Totaleinsatz in Berlin and Dresden in 1943 1943-1945 forced labour in the ironworks in Vítkovice relationship with a ... arrows 


Viktor Hnízdil (1928) video clip available

birth certificate gives day of birth as 28 February 1928, in České Kneruty, Volhynia, under Polish rule at the time 1940, his father was made head of the kolkhoz witnessed Jewish families fleeing from the ghetto in Ostrožec assigned to a “stripka” unit - ... arrows 


RNDr. Čestmír Hofhanzl (1941)

born October 9, 1941 in Borovany his father was marked as a kulak and interned in a labour camp study at the Secondary School of Agriculture in Tábor employed in the Central Test and Inspection Centre for Agriculture one-year study at the Agricultural College ... arrows 


Richard Hofmann (1944)

born November 4, 1944 in Klatovy his family had to leave their home in Spáleniště after the war in compensation they received a farm in Dolní Kochánov left after a killed German forced expulsion of German neighbours after the war destruction of farms and ... arrows 


František Holub (1933) video clip available

born 19 June 1933 in Vitice family persecuted during the collectivisation 31 March 1953, his father Václav Holub was sentenced to four years in prison at a show trial his uncle František Holub was also convicted July 1953, the family was evicted to Hynčice ... arrows 


Václav Holub (1930 - 2018)

born July 11, 1930 in Holíč in Slovakia his brother Jiří was a member of an anti-state group led by general Petřík during the war, he later emigrated 1948–1952 imprisoned in Pilsen-Bory and in Jáchymov continued to be monitored by the StB bus driver in ČSAD ... arrows 


Ing. Zdeněk Horák (1944) video clip available

born 1944 in the village Vyšovice his parents were independent farmers, resisted the forced collectivization after February 1948 his ill father was sent for a special army training in Komárno, which lasting over a year Zdeněk Horák Sr. died after returning from ... arrows 


Karel Hošek (1919)

Born on the 25th of October 1919 in Skryje near Rakovník. In the fall of 1939 begun studying chemistry in Prague. Participated in mass anti-German demonstrations. Following the closure of universities lived throughout the rest of the war in Skryje. In the ... arrows 


Ferdinand Hrazdíra (1930 - 2011)

born in 1931 in Ochoz near Brno talks about the local family of bussinesman Kaprál (their estate was devastated by Russians at the end of the War, see also memories of Eva Kaprálová on Memory of Nation) in April 1945 the front went over their village, German ... arrows 


Marie Hrbková (1922)

born in August 1922 in Prague as Marie Jandová her father Karel Janda worked as a shoemaker, her mother Anastázie was a housewife as a five-year-old she moved with her family to a farm in Kanice in the Domažlice region in 1938 witnessed the mobilization and ... arrows 


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