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27. 1. 1945 - The liberation of the concentration camp Auschwitz

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6188)

List of witnesses


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Jehuda Bacon (1929) video clip available

Born in 1929 in Ostrava in a religious family In the fall of 1942, deported to the Theresienstadt ghetto In December 1943, deported to the extermination camp Auschwitz II-Birkenau Until July 1944, lived in the so-called Theresienstadt family camp as one of the ... arrows 


Jiří Brady (1928)

Born in Nové Město na Moravě on 9 February 1928 Came from an assimilated Jewish family Mother Markéta Bradyová was arrested on the grounds of helping resistance movement members and deported to Ravensbrück in the spring of 1941 Jiří’s father was arrested in the ... arrows 


Alžbeta Brodyová (1925)

born on April 3, 1925 in Šurany, Czechoslovakia, as the first born child 1938 - the southern part of Slovakia was annexed to Hungary attended elementary school in Šurany until being 15 years old 1940 - finished the elementary school, began studying in Nové ... arrows 


academic painter Ivan Bukovský (1949)

was born on 7th July 1949 in Prague both parents spent the war years in concentration camps 1964 - 1968 studied at the Hollar Secondary School of Arts 1971 - 1976 studied at the AVU (Academy of Fine Arts) 1980 took part in the group exhibition in Terezín ... arrows 


Petr Erben (1921 - 2017)

born as Petr Eisenberg on March 20, 1921 into a Jewish family in Ostrava the family moved to Frýdek where his father owned a beer-bottling factory his mother was active in the Zionist movement (WIZO) Petr became a member of Tchelet Lavan in Frýdek, camps, ... arrows 


Albertina Farská, roz. Lang (1921)

born 5 June 1921 in Vienna 1938, moved to Prague 1942, deported to Terezín with her mother and sister 1943, married Josef Frankenbusch in Terezín taken to Auschwitz with her mother and sister - she was the only one of the three to survive survived a death ... arrows 


Viola Fischerová (1922) video clip available

was born on November 14, 1922 in Lučenec as a sixteen-year-old girl she witnessed the excommunication of Jews from society together with her family she got to ghetto where they went through starving, cold, fear and tyranny as a twenty-two-year-old she got off ... arrows 


Jiří Fišer (1936) video clip available

born January 7, 1936 in Česká Třebová his father Arnold Fischer joined the resistance movement in Česká Třebová his father died in the concentration camp Neungamme on May 17, 1941 twins Josef and Jiří were transported to the Terezín ghetto in April 1942 his ... arrows 


Eva Goldstein (1921)

born February 26, 1921 in a Jewish family in Prague was a co-founder of the Zionist movement El Al before the war in 1939 she and her husband Jan Kaufmann were late to leave the country Věra (Eva’s twin sister) was the only one from the family who emigrated ... arrows 


František Lederer (1930)

born in Teplice in a well-off family after the annexation of the Sudetenland his family had to move to Prague transported to the Lódź ghetto with his family in October 1941 (B ghetto in Litzmannstadt-Lodz) became an orphan at age 12 in the ghetto transported ... arrows 


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