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2.11.1938 - First Vienna Award (Hungarian annexation of Carpathian Ruthenia and South Slovakia)

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (5472)

List of witnesses


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Professor Růžena Bajcsy (1933)

born on May 28, 1933 in Bratislava lost her mother when she was three years old her father remarried, stepsister Marie the Gestapo arrested both her parents in autumn 1944, they died in December in 1945 she found her aunt who has survived the war, separation ... arrows 


Magda Bar Or roz. Kopelovičová (1928) video clip available

born November 10, 1928 in the village Jasiňa in Carpathian Ruthenia Jewish family, speaking Yiddish and German introduced to the Zionist movement even before the war 1942 her father was transported to a labour camp and died April 1944 the rest of the family ... arrows 


Michal Bindzar

He was born on October 16th, 1922 in Ruske, Carpathian Ruthenia, where his family owned a farm. After the occupation of Czechoslovakia, the Hungarians occupied Carpathian Ruthenia so Bindzar had to enlist in the Hungarian army in October 1942. In April 1943 he was ... arrows 


Second Lieutenant (ret.) Alexander Burger (1922) video clip available

Born on 20 April, 1922 in a village of Ratkovské Bystré in the former Czechoslovakia 1940 – left to France via so called Balkan path Taken to Lebanon Beirut to the Czechoslovak Army Left to Southern French Marseille In May 1940 presented as a soldier of the ... arrows 


Šošana Cachor (1925 - 2016)

born January 23, 1925 in Nitra in a Jewish family her parents did not have Czechoslovak citizenship temporarily evicted from their home in November 1938 attending a re-education course in the Zionist group Bnei Akiva from 1939 left for Palestine with her ... arrows 


Jozef Cerina (1931) video clip available

he was born on October 4, 1931, in the village of Opatová near Lučenec, he comes from the family of a workman since his early childhood he used to meet soldiers and troops he experienced events of the year 1938 and the consequences of Vienna Award affected his ... arrows 


Marie Čuboková (1931) video clip available

Born on 27 June, 1931 in Stráž pri Čope Childhood in legionary colony In November 1938 expulsed by Hungarian soldiers After war they could not come back any more Privately farmed in a village of Úvalno Forced to join vstoupit agricultural cooperative In ... arrows 


Jan Demčík (1913 - 2005)

born 1913 in the village of Voloska in the Irshava district in the Carpathian Ruthenia graduated from the commercial school in Mukachevo working for the financial guard after the break-up of the country decided to leave for the USSR in 1940 spent three years ... 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 


Ondřej (Andrej) Derbák (1914)

born in 1914 in Koločava, Subcarpathian Rus remembers Nikola Šuhaj trained in wood processing 1938-1939 – frontier guard 1944 – joined the Czechoslovak independent brigade of the Red Army After the war, he settled in Bohemia and returned to frontier guard ... arrows 


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