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13. 7. 1943 - Destroying of Český Malín

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6573)

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Antonín Činka (1923)

born September 25th, 1923 in Český Malín in the Volyně region survived the burning of Český Malín drafted to the army served in the sapper and artillery units in the "Svoboda´s" army wounded at Dukla after the war moved to Czechoslovakia, lives in Nový Malín ... arrows 


Nina Dobosharevich (1920)

Born on February 13, 1920, in Český Mstěšín in Volhynia Served in a Polish military unit 1939 – served as an army medic during the Fourth Partition of Poland Departure for Lublin and Krynic Arrested for a short while Journey with the Polish Army to France ... arrows 


Helena Esterkesová (1926) video clip available

born on February 14, 1926, in Ledochovce, district of Ostrožec, Volhynia she is of Jewish origin the Soviets wanted to deport them to Siberia after the advent of the Nazis, her family was sent to the ghetto in Ostrožec she was forced to work for Kreislanwirt ... arrows 


Bohumil Filípek (1922 - 2015) video clip available

born October 22, 1922 in České Noviny in Volhynia 1941 imprisoned for work sabotaging July 13, 1943 the burning down of Český Malín 1944 joined the 1st Czechoslovak Army Corps serving as a tank desant trooper Carpathian-Dukla operation wounded in an air ... arrows 


Anna Foglová (1938) video clip available

born 1938 in Frankov (Velké Dorohostaje) in Volhynia a Volhynian Czech during WW2, her parents hid and fed seven Jews (the Tejtelmans, the Valešes) her father Josef Holátko served in the 1st Czechoslovak Army Corps 1947, the family remigrated to ... arrows 


Evženie Hamplová (1933) video clip available

born December 30, 1933 in Dorohostaje in the Dubno governorate in Volhynia her father Václav Hajný worked as an accountant in a kolkhoz the family was hiding Jews Soviet officer Mikhail Suchobokov was shot to death by Bandera’s soldiers in their house her ... 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 


Jindřich Hořenín (1933)

Volhynian Czech born October 8, 1933 in Mirohošť arrival of the Red Army, establishment of collective farms (kolkhozes) German occupation, raids by groups of rebels his father died in combat at Dukla 1947 – arrival to Czechoslovakia (repatriation) ... arrows 


Private First Class Marie Chudá (1920)

Born in 1920 in Volhynia in a family of a cabinet maker who stayed there after the WW I. She joined the general Svoboda’s Czechoslovak army She went through a tough one-month training and then joint up straight to the front Took part in the tough combat at ... arrows 


Emílie Jarmarová (1921)

born January 17th 1921 in Bakovce in Volhynia attended school in Bakovce, learning in Polish and Czech during the war sent information from her house to a Russian partisan group 1944 joined Czechoslovak army corps, assigned to anti-aircraft artillery as a ... arrows 


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