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2. 10. 1938 - Poland's annexation of Teschen area

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (5427)

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František Bocek (1928) video clip available

Born in 1928 in the village of Bukovec nearby Jablunkov His father Josef got lost in Uruguay After the Munich conference, the village of Bukovec was taken by Poland In 1939, Bukovec became part of Upper Silesia On November 17, 1944, Mr. Bocek had to enlist in ... arrows 


First Sergrant Jaroslav Cimala (1926)

brigade-sergeant in retirement born on November 2nd 1926 in Radvanice, Tesin region his father signed the "Volksliste" in March 1944 had to go to the german army instead of his father was sent to France captured by Americans in September 1944 cages in ... arrows 


Ing. Lumír Čermák (1923)

Born on August 24, 1923, in Orlová in Silesia 1928 – joined the Sokol 1934 – joined the 1st Boy Scout Troop – Scouts of the RČS in Orlová 1943–1945 – after his graduation he was assigned to the anti-aircraft police in Ostrava and to the paramedics In April ... arrows 


Eva Doleželová, roz. Tejčková (1932)

Born on 18 June, 1932 in Ostrava-Vítkovice Mother of Jewish origin died in 1943 in Auschwitz During war brother sent to working lager in Poland The witness was hiding at her relatives In 1948 her brother immigrated to Australia Never had a chance to study ... arrows 


Private First Class Antonín Drong (1925) video clip available

Born on 21 Feb 1925 in Mosty u Jablunkova August 1939 - Polish army occupy part of their house Witnessed the Jablunkov incident in the night from 25 to 26 August 1939 Witnessed the battle for the Jablunkov tunnel on 1 September 1939 1940-1941 - forced labour ... arrows 


Libuše Fajkošová (1925)

born 6th August 1925 in Těšice, Hané region studied teaching and started work as a teacher in the Českolipsko area 1945, met Josef Fajkoš, who had returned from the Czechoslovak army in England 1948, married Josef and moved to the Fajkoš family farm in ... arrows 


Miroslav Fišer (1925) video clip available

Born on January 14, 1925, in Rychvald Enrolled in the Wehrmacht in 1943 Assigned to the German Navy (Kriegsmarine) Served on a ship that escorted merchant vessels After his vessel was sunk by the Allies, he joined the French partisans Joined the ... arrows 


Jan Gomola (1916)

Born on 20 March, 1916 in a village of Dolní Lomná at the Czech-Polish border Comes from a very poor religious family Worked as an interior painter in Berlin In 1940 was called to the German army For four years fought at the Russian front for German ... arrows 


Major (ret.) Otto Grant (1923)

born on August 17, 1923, into a well situated family as a Jewish citizen he emigrated to England before the German occupation of Czechoslovakia the rest of his family followed him shortly afterwards graduated in Great Britain joined the Czechoslovak army in ... arrows 


Eva Heferová, roz. Měkynová (1928)

born 1928 into the Měkyn family in Třinec her father Jan was a manual labourer, her mother Růžena came from a family of Jewish small traders 1942, deported to Terezín her father and brother were taken to a labour camp, her mother and sister were deported to ... arrows 


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