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3.9.1942 - 2.2.1943 Battle of Stalingrad

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The Second world war 1939 - 1945 (6850)

List of witnesses

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Josef Andres (1935 - 2013)

born on 11th March 1935 in Stalingrad Czech father worked in Russia in a shoe factory Russian Mother his father drafted to the Red Army and transferred to the Czechoslovak unit 1942 evacuated from Stalingrad to Kuybyshev Svoboda's children supplementary ... arrows 

MUDr. Michael Lavi roz. Lebovič (1913 - 2015) video clip available

born 1913 in Velká Dobroň in Subcarpathian Ruthenia studied at a Hungarian grammar school in Berehov 1934, began studying medicine at Charles University in Prague autumn 1938, expelled from school in his ninth semester autumn 1940, drafted into the labour ... arrows 

Aldo Mantovani (1922)

born September 14, 1922 in Ceneselli in the Rovigo province in Italy 1928 the family moved to Pilastri di Bondeno in the Ferrara district 1940 drafted to the army at the end of 1942 left for the Russian front near Don Christmas 1942 captured during the ... arrows 

Imrich Močko (1920)

born on November 15, 1920 in Behynce after graduation in 1941 he was drafted into military service in October 1942 he joined up the Slovak Army heading to Caucasia as a pyrotechnist in the beginning of 1943 his whole unit fled to Crimea and later on to ... arrows 

Josef Nosiadek (1923) video clip available

born May 27, 1923 in Píšt in the Hlučín region sent to Norway in 1941 with R.A.D. to dig covers for German cannons May 21, 1942 - he joined the 2nd column of Inf.Ers.Btl. 84 Frankfurt am Main sent to the front to the Soviet Union where he spent 18 months ... arrows 

Eduard Picka (1923 - 2012)

Born in Pilsen in 1923. Fought at Stalingrad as a member of the Red Army. In 1944 joined the Czechoslovak Army. Fought at Dukla, Branisko, Liptovský Mikuláš, Malá Fatra, Fryšták, Pivín and Prostějova. Remained in the Army after the war. Studied at a ... arrows 

Kateřina Romaňáková (1941)

born on 21 January 1941 in Skejuš, Romania her ancestors who were originally from the North Slovakian Kamienka moved to Romania at around 1850 in 1949, her family made use of the Czechoslovak government's offer to resettle back were given a farmhouse formerly ... arrows 

Walter Sitte (1935)

born April 14, 1935 in Hrádek nad Nisou in a German family 1938 – his father refused the draft to the wehrmacht, sentenced to three years of forced labour in Germany 1941 – his father sent to the eastern front with a penal unit, wounded, then fought at the ... arrows 



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