cs_CZ de_DE en_GB es_CU fr_FR hr_HR hu_HU hy_AM ka_GE pl_PL ro_RO ru_RU sk_SK uk_UA 

German minority in Poland after 1945

Related themes

National Minorities (1426)

List of witnesses

Page firstDprevD 1 nextDlastD of 1 (5 records)

Maria Anielski - Kołpa (1930)

She was born in 1930 in Unieszewie (Schönfeld) near Olsztyn (Allenstein) Her father worked at the post office, her mother was a housewife Her two older brothers served in the Wehrmacht, and both died on the Eastern Front In the spring of 1945 Maria Anielski and ... arrows 

Annelore Finková (1940)

born on 19 July 1940 as Annelore Miszich in the city of Lyck in Eastern Prussia (today Elk in north-eastern Poland) grew up in Königsberg/Kaliningrad her father drafted to the Wehrmacht in 1939; fell in 1945 her family was expelled in the spring of 1945 spent ... arrows 

Erika Gajová (1931)

born 8 February 1931 in Hindenburg in Silesia, now Zabrze in Poland 1945, liberated by the Soviet army, handed over to the Polish army her German father was deported to forced labour in mines in Ukraine the witness and her mother and two siblings were evicted ... arrows 

Hubert Kirchner (1936) video clip available

born January 2, 1936 in the village Kamienice (Kamnitz in German) German national living in the Prussian part of Silesia until the end of the war in July 1945 escape from Jasienice Górna (Ober Hermsdorf in German) to Czechoslovakia the family lived in the now ... arrows 

Anna Lišková (1929) video clip available

Born on 18 July, 1929 in a village of Wehowitz (todays Polish village of Wiechowice) comes from Czech-German marriage father joined an organisation Todt father killed on 30 August, 1944 by Polish resistance in Čenstochové in October 1944 family evacuated to ... arrows 



Registration to research room

Lost password?

SET AS HOMEPAGE  | RSS  | CONTACTS  |  (c) 2000 - 2018 Post Bellum