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1932 - 1933 - Holodomor - Great famine in Ukraine

List of witnesses


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First Lieutenant (ret.) Vladimír Bouz (1923)

born July 4, 1924 in Olšanka in eastern Volhynia 1944 – mobilized for the Red Army February 16, 1944 – joined the newly formed 1st Czechoslovak Army corps, 2nd paradesant brigade, 2nd battalion, 6th company training in Yefremov and Proskurov 1944 – fighting ... arrows 


Sláva Gajdošíková (1923) video clip available

Born on 10 February, 1923 in Holovni České Childhood in USSR Uncle taken to gulag during collectivisation Since 1945 until the end of war in a forced labour in a village of Eistrup in Germany In Eistrup experienced bombing in August 1942 In a collective ... arrows 


Dobromila Janáková (1932)

born 22 October 1932 in Český Boratín in Volhynia (present-day Ukraine) family of Czech Evangelicals settled in Volhynia her father was a car repairman, later ran a taxi service; her mother was a housewife 1937-1938, lived with her parents in Łódź lived in ... arrows 


Olga Mauleová (1925) video clip available

born 19 October 1925 in Jedvaniny near Plužno in the former Soviet Union 12 February 1943 - 9 March 1943, served as a scout and messenger for the Sidora Kovpaka partisan troop 10 March 1943 - 2 January 1944, active in the Mikhailov-Odukha partisan troop 3 ... arrows 


Kazimír Morozovič (1936)

born January 12, 1937 in the village Rudňa Novenka near the town Shepetivka in Ukraine his father Lucian Morozovič was of Ukrainian origin, his mother was a Czech national the family lived in Ukraine and later in Russia near Buzuluk his mother was a widow when ... arrows 


Ing. Jaroslav Pek (1919 - 2012)

Born in Týn nad Vltavou on 14 December, 1919 In 1930s lived with family in Charkov in Ukraine A member of the Communist Union of Youth During protectorate active in illegal organization Prisoner in concentration lager Mauthausen, Auschwitz After war worked ... arrows 


Corporal (ret.) Vladimír Procházka (1923) video clip available

Life in Česká Krošna in Volhynia Famine in the Ukraine in 1933 Father deported to Siberia 2nd Czechoslovak airborne brigade Wounded by a grenade in Przemysl Participated in the battles of Poprad, Žilina and Ružomberok Resettlement of the Germans in May ... arrows 


Libuše Rudkovská (1925) video clip available

maiden name Čížková born 13 April 1925, Ivanoviče (Volhynia) Volhynian Czech kolkhozes, famine in Ukraine father victim of Stalinist purges hid Jews during the war 1947, repatriated to Czechoslovakia worker, guard life in the border region ... arrows 


Stanislav Švarc (1925)

born in 1925 in Ukraine in the village Vyshechadayevskiy-sakharniy zavod his mother was Polish, his father was a Czech the family survived the famine his father Stanislav Švarc Sr. was arrested in 1937 based on a false accusation and executed two months later ... arrows 


Ludmila Uhlířová (1922) video clip available

born on the 1st of April 1922 in Bludov, Volhynia, back then belonging to Poland during Soviet era the family was designated for transportation to Siberia witnessed mass murders of Jews Bandera group almost beat her brother to death in 1947 the family ... arrows 


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