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Svědci lokálních událostí spojených s druhou světovou válkou

List of witnesses


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Václav Daněk (1929)

born 9 July 1929 in Prague both his parents were teachers, amateur actors, Sokol members; his father actively promoted the North Bohemian Union movement before the annexation of the Sudetes, the family lived about a year in Kralupy near Chomutov, during the war ... arrows 


Jan Darsa (1931)

Born on 5th February, 1931 in Strkovice near Žatec in a mixed family Until 1945 attended German school After war studied Academy of Commerce in Louny Graduated at the VŠE in Prague Worked as a teacher at the Higher Industrial School in Most Since 1970 was a ... arrows 


Luděk Dembovský (1929 - 2016)

born 11 December 1929 experienced air raids in Pilsen and the arrival of the American army joined American soldiers on a trip to Hitler’s Eagle Nest in Berchtesgaden, Germany from 1948, studied at the Czech Technical University in Prague and at the Faculty of ... arrows 


Bernard Dinter (1918) video clip available

Born on November 22, 1918, in Ludgeřovice Belongs to the ethnic group of the so-called “Moravci” In September 1938, conscripted to the Wehrmacht Brothers Josef, Rudolf and Engelbert served in the Wehrmacht as well Brother Rudolf was killed in March 1945 near ... arrows 


Rudolf Dlugopolský (1921) video clip available

Born on December 13, 1921 in a village of Lovča in Slovakia In 1941 joined the Slovak army Participated in the Slovak National Upraise Fought in trenches near the village Biely Potok in Revúcká dolina Stayed several months in a prisoner camp Stalag XI-A near ... arrows 


Eva Dobšíková (1932 - 2015)

born 1932 in Vranovice her father Arnošt Zweigenthal was of Jewish descent her father shot himself on 15 March 1939 from 1941, Eva Dobšíková hid in the house of postmaster Kůrka in Vranovice for three years and four months after the war, studied at an ... arrows 


Leonida Dobšová (1926)

born April, 14, 1926 in the village Monasteryshche in Ukraine in 1941 survived an attack of the German army in Kiev, after her return to her native village witnessed a massacre of Jews, taken for work to Germany in the early 1945 managed to escape and she walked ... arrows 


Major in retiment, Doc., MUDr. Rajko Doleček (1925 - 2017)

born on 1 June 1925 in Prague his mother Milica was a Bosnian Serb; his father Josef came from Bohemia in 1938-1944 studied a grammar school in Belgrade witnessed many war-related events which took place in Belgrade his father organized aid for Czechoslovak ... arrows 


Jaroslava Doležalová (1925 - 2018)

born 31 January 1925 in Žďár nad Sázavou comes from a family that owned a restaurant, a butcher’s shop, and a farm in Žďár nad Sázavou married aged 19 to avoid forced labour in Germany 1944, sheltered the five-year-old Jaroslava Wilhelmová, whose Jewish mother ... arrows 


Olga Dolníčková (1936)

born 17 March 1936 in Trenčín (Slovakia) to a family of Czech teachers spring 1939, the family was forced to leave Slovakia, they settled down on the Slovak-Moravian border, in Vyškovec the family experienced partisan resistance and dramatic fighting at the end ... arrows 


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