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Political prisoner in WW2

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Amálie Fojtíková (1929) video clip available

Born in Rajnochovice, Kroměříž District, in 1929 Spent her childhood in the Koliby community The family supported the guerrillas of the 1st Jan Žižka Czechoslovak Brigade Uncle František Řepka and cousin Vladimír Řepka joined the guerrillas Chief of the ... arrows 


Jarmila Foralová (1927) video clip available

born 27 April 1927 in Palkovice her uncle František Bílek was a parliamentary deputy of the National Assembly her father helped German anti-Fascists who had escaped from concentration camps in Germany the family joined in the Communist resistance during the ... arrows 


Ing., CSc Jaroslav Franc (1919) video clip available

born September 10, 1919 in Pardubice arrested November 17, 1939 in Prague as a university student of chemistry from November 18, 1939 to April 20, 1942 detained in the concentration camp Sachsenhausen after his release working in a dairy in Pardubice after ... arrows 


Alois Frank (1925) video clip available

born 7th January 1925 in Svébohov while at grammar school in Litovel, became commander of Section II of the Czechoslovak Youths Union resistance group 28th August 1944, arrested by the Gestapo imprisoned in the Olomouc "garňák" [military prison], at Kounice ... arrows 


Alexander Gajdoš (1924 - 2008)

born April 8, 1924 in a Jewish family in Žilina in Slovakia as an illegal plumber's apprentice when the Slovak State was declared interned in a camp in Žilina after the outbreak of the Slovak National Uprising in the army for a short time, fighting against the ... arrows 


Bohumil Glückauf (1923) video clip available

born June 28, 1923 in Hostivice near Prague in the then Czechoslovakia June 16, 1941 – planned escape to the foreign army in Great Britain June 17, 1941 – arrested near Velké Karlovice at the border between Slovakia and the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia ... arrows 


Jarmila Habrštátová, roz. Kaplanová (1924)

Born on 7. 4. 1924 in Ústí nad Orlicí 1936 – the family departed to the town of Shakhty in the Soviet Union (Rostov area) 1941 – was held in internment camps in Rostov, Moscow, Novgorod, Oranka and in a Gulag in Aktyubinsk 16. 6. 1942 – joined the army in the ... arrows 


Ing. Vladimír Hamal (1924) video clip available

born 14 January 1924 in Olomouc childhood in Šumperk witnessed the German inhabitants of Šumperk attacking the local Czech minority after the Munich Agreement, the family fled from Šumperk January 1943, assigned to forced labour at the AEG factory in Berlin ... arrows 


František Havlůj (1920 - 2014)

apprenticeship in the Waltrovka works member of the illegal group “Communist youth” arrest and transport to Mauthausen ... arrows 


Fedor Havran (1919 - 2006)

native of Carpathian Ruthenia, born 1919 1940, fled to the USSR imprisoned in Soviet labour camps Czechoslovak battalion in Buzuluk fought at Kiev, Dukla, and other places anti-aircraft artillery, quartermaster after the war, settled down in northern ... arrows 


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