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Political prisoner in WW2

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Miroslav Kubík (1925)

born 1925 in Roudnice nad Labem victim of persecution of students from the Roudnice grammar school following Heydrich´s assassination imprisoned in the Little Fortress in Terezín, Auschwitz and Dachau after the war studied at the Institute of Chemical ... arrows 


Alois Kubiš (1932) video clip available

born in 1932 in the village Černá Hora a distant relative of Jan Kubiš (one of Heydrich’s assassins) arrested together with his parents and sister in August 1942 experienced prisons in Jihlava and Terezín Germans conduced medical inoculation experiments on ... arrows 


Rostislav Kubišta (1923 - 2014) video clip available

born on 3rd May 1923 in Novostav in Volhynia in 1941 and 1942 jailed in a German prison in Rovno escaped and hid at his aunt’s barn joined the guerrilla fighters under the command of lieutenant Medvedev in summer 1942 joined the anti-tank artillery in the Red ... arrows 


Eduard Kuhn (1918 - 2017) video clip available

born 21 September 1918 in Bílsko near Litovel from a large family of a blacksmith and farmer attended grammar school in Opava from 1937, studied medicine at Charles University in Prague resided at Hlávek Students’ Hall in Prague 15 November 1939, attended ... arrows 


Václav Laubr (1920)

born in 1920 from 1928 he spent his childhood in Subcarpathia in 1939 he moved back to Prague and started to work in Krupp, a company based in Essen in 1942 he was arrested and sentenced to five months in prison for criticizing German culture in 1943 he lived ... arrows 


Štefánia Lorándová (1919 - 2012)

born November 22, 1919 in Košice in a Jewish family member of the Zionist organization Hashomer Hatzair sent to Hungary, illegal crossing of the border on March 9, 1942 obtaining documents and accommodation for illegal refugees arrested and interned in the ... arrows 


Drahoslava Lošťáková (1922) video clip available

Born in 1922 in Olomouc Her brother František Dostál fled to England in 1939 and became a pilot of the 311th Czechoslovak bomber squadron He perished on April 24, 1943, over the Bay of Solway The family members were arrested in the course of the so-called ... arrows 


Pavel Macháček (1921 - 2008)

born in Prague on August 15th, 1921, died at the end of 2008 his father was a school director at the First Republic times, his mother co-founded an organization for mother and child protection he was hiding his Jewish classmate Jiří Synek during the war (a famous ... arrows 


Anna Malášková, roz. Pajerová (1921 - 2011) video clip available

born on 21st January 1921 in Dubno, Ukraine, in a Polish-Czech family in 1939 escaped from bombed Warsaw taught in Volhynia during the war 1943-1944 detained in a German prison in Dubno for an attempt to escape from the country in June 1944 joined the newly ... arrows 


Josef Maňák (1918)

born February 17, 1918 in České Budějovice 1936-1939 – study of medicine September 14, 1942 – arrested in the “Emigration Aktion” September 14, 1942 –1943 – imprisonment in Tábor and Svatobořice 1943-1944 – detained in Kounic dorms in Brno 1944– January 25, ... arrows 


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