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Professor, PhDr. Richard Jung (1926)

born 19 June 1926 in Čáslav, grew up in Kutná Hora comes from a mixed Czech-Jewish family his father Ladislav Jung was a patriot and a former WW1 legionary both father and son were active in the anti-Nazi resistance during World War II 1940, his father was ... arrows 

Zoran Kamarit (1925) video clip available

Born on 14 April 1925 in Šabac, Serbia, to a family of a Czech émigré and a Serb Arrested at 18 years in Belgrade during the war, then released Fought as a guerrilla on the Srem front between 1944 and 1945 and reached Celje, Slovenia Graduated from economics in ... arrows 

JUDr. Stanislav Kaska (1919)

comes from a farmer’s family studied at the Law faculty witnessed the closing of Czech universities arrested and transported to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp after the release, worked in an agricultural cooperative in Běšiny returned to the ... arrows 

Miluše Kepková (1927) video clip available

Born on 7 February, 1927, née Kašparová Graduated from a professional school for women occupations Involved in the resistance – 2nd light secret division Her father, Stanislav Kašpar, was a cinema employee and extracted information from his superiors; the ... arrows 

Matylda Klapalová, roz. Lapková (1922)

Born 1922 in Slany Tradesman'sdaughter Departures of foreigners into the country after the Great October Socialist Revolution Girl scout from 1932 to 1939 Meeting with the factory owner J. J. Pála Life in Ostrava Business Technia Participate in ... arrows 

Josef Klat (1922)

born 16th June 1922 into a family of Viennese Czechs learned the locksmithing craft according to family tradition a member of the patriotic groups Sokol and Omladina Komenského [Komenský's Youth] joined the Communist resistance in 1939 arrested by the Gestapo ... arrows 

Miloš Kocman (1922 - 2015) video clip available

Born on March 17, 1922 in Prague Originates in a mixed Czech-Jewish family Attended the Jiráskovo gymnázium grammar school in Resslova Street in Prague Influenced by his professor of philosophy Josef Fischer, the chairman of the Association of the Friends of ... arrows 

Josef Kolečko (1920) video clip available

born April 15,1920 in Třemošná near Pilsen 1936 (1935) – prewar member of the Social Democratic Party 1939–1940 – member of the resistance group National Movement of Working Youth (NMWY) distributing pamphlets for organizations ISNO and V boj arrested May 29, ... arrows 

Bohumil Kos (1923 - 2015) video clip available

born 1923 into the family of a farmer in the village of Mohelnice, Pelhřimov District trained as a precision mechanic during the war, a messenger for the resistance group Union of Czechoslovak Youth April 1944, arrested and interrogated in Prague-Pankrác ... arrows 

Anna Kostovičová (1922 - 2013)

she comes from Carpathian Ruthenia; her father was a farmer and former Czechoslovak legionnaire after the Hungarian occupation of her homeland she decide to leave for Poland, but she was captured on her way by Soviet soldiers after a long incarceration she was ... arrows 



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