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Western Ukrainian lands within Poland 1919–1939

List of witnesses


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Master Sergeant (ret.) Josef Babák (1925) video clip available

Born on 1. 8. 1925 in the Volhynian village of Moldava Managed to evade forced labor in Germany 20. 3. 1944 – joined the 1st brigade of the newly created 1st Czechoslovak army corps Trained in Rivne and Chernivtsi Served with the motorcycles of the combined ... arrows 


Mykola Baranovskij - Sokolovskij (1928)

born on the 1st of January 1928 in Český Straklov in Volhynia born into a Russian-Polish marriage – Russian father, Polish mother grew up in a Czech village in Volhynia frequented Czech school and was member of Czech organizations (Sokol) witnessed Soviet ... arrows 


Naděžda Brůhová (1925) video clip available

Born September 13, 1925 in Moskovschina in Volhynia 1942 – Saved from forced labour July 25, 1944 – Joined the 1st Czechoslovak army corps during its formation, member of the 1st brigade Served as a signaller Krosno, Machnówka, Carpathian-Dukla operation ... arrows 


Maria Sergijivna Cigankova, roz. Zbirun (1924) video clip available

born 14 August 1924 in Pisnikiv near Mlynov, Rivne Oblast, which was Polish territory at the time 1943, her whole family was killed from 1944, cooperated with partisans from the Ukrainian Insurgent Army cooked food for the partisans and passed on messages ... arrows 


Nina Dobosharevich (1920)

Born on February 13, 1920, in Český Mstěšín in Volhynia Served in a Polish military unit 1939 – served as an army medic during the Fourth Partition of Poland Departure for Lublin and Krynic Arrested for a short while Journey with the Polish Army to France ... arrows 


Marie Fousová (1913 - 2015) video clip available

born 6 August 1913 in Dembrovka in Volhynia, which was under Russian rule moved to Chomout and then Ozerany 1929, married a local Czech housewife 1939-1944, experienced the Soviet and Nazi occupations of Volhynia 1947, remigrated to Czechoslovakia settled ... arrows 


First Lieutenant (ret.) Václav Hajný (1925) video clip available

Born on January 1, 1925, in České Noviny in Volhynia March 21, 1944, he joined the newly created 1st Czechoslovak army corps 1st brigade, machine-gun company Krosno, Machnówka, battle of the Dukla Pass Ulcer in his knee Hospital in Rzeszów 3rd brigade, ... arrows 


Captain (ret.) Vladimír Hnetecký (1927)

Born on 7 July, 1927, in Dubno in Volhynia, in a Ukrainian-Czech family 1944 - taken to work in a tank factory in Chelyabinsk 1944 - the driver of a reconnaissance tank, tank troop of the 2nd Division, 1st Brigade of the Polish Army Was in action in Poland, ... arrows 


Josef Holý (1933)

born 11 June 1933 in Dubno, Volhynia Soviet (1939-1941) and Nazi (1941-1944) occupation of western Volhynia spring 1944, deported with his parents to Przemyśl 1944-1945, internment camps in Przemyśl, Gdynia and Toruń attended a German school 1945, escaped ... arrows 


Jindřich Hořenín (1933)

Volhynian Czech born October 8, 1933 in Mirohošť arrival of the Red Army, establishment of collective farms (kolkhozes) German occupation, raids by groups of rebels his father died in combat at Dukla 1947 – arrival to Czechoslovakia (repatriation) ... arrows 


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