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Svědci lokálních událostí spojených s druhou světovou válkou

List of witnesses


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Věra Biněvská-Holuběva (1929)

Born on September 20, 1929, in Umaň, Ukraine (her sister Valentina Biněvská was born on 27 September 1925) 1942 – the Biněvski-Morozovič family arrives in Buzuluk, the site of the formation of the first standalone Czechoslovak military unit under the command of ... arrows 


Gabriela Binková (1924)

born January 23, 1924 in Velké Němčice in 1944 ordered to go to work to Germany for ten months worked in the town Bad Schwarzbach, present-day Czerniawa Zdrój in Poland spent ten months working in a factory which produced metal parts for German aircraft after ... arrows 


Ludmila Bittnerová (1933)

born on 25th June 1933 in a village called Lupěné studied at the Faculty of Education in Olomouc between the years 1954 and 1958 she taught at an elementary school in Mírov, her students were mainly children of prison guards after her son was born she taught in ... arrows 


Zdeněk Bíza (1936)

born on May 8, 1936 in Rohatec near Hodonín 1942 – began attending the elementary school in the colony in Rohatec 1945 survived the fighting of the Red Army near Rohatec while hidden in the basement 1955 – passed his school-leaving exams at the secondary ... arrows 


Zuzana Blahetková (1936)

born 15 January 1936 grew up in Bolatice near Hlučín, where she still lives today 8 October 1938, received German citizenship when Hlučín District was annexed to the Third Reich her father and brother were drafted into the Wehrmacht April 1945, fled inland ... arrows 


Růžena Bláhová (1928)

born February 22, 1928 after graduation worked for the Baťa company in Zlín witnessed transports to Auschwitz, the bombardment of Prague and the May Uprising in 1949 worked in the military administration office in Prague 1 refused to join the Communist ... arrows 


Alžběta Blahutová (1942) video clip available

Born on 17 March, 1940 in a village of Růženec (German Rosenkranz) German nationality Sister Pavla got married to a dead soldier of German Wehrmacht Brother Richard and sister Pavla displaced from Poland to Germany Most family members were not displaced ... arrows 


Květoslava Blahutová (1935)

born February 4, 1935 in Polanka nad Odrou her father was a farmer, her mother died while giving birth, she was raised by her father’s sister in 1942 Nazis confiscated her father’s farm and land, Totaleinsatz in Germany she witnessed the fighting for Ostrava in ... arrows 


Ľubomír Boďa (1932)

born on May 16, 1932 in the village of Medvecké, former Bimbula in 1938 after the Vienna Award the family had to leave their home studied at grammar school in Levice was accepted at the Faculty of Education of the Comenius University in Bratislava from ... arrows 


Stanislav Bodlák (1924)

born 24 April 1924 in Uherčice childhood in Brno-Líšeň his brother Miloš Bodlák escaped to France in 1940 Miloš Bodlák was a pilot of the 311th Czechoslovak Bomber Squadron of the RAF in England 1942, during Operation E (Emigranten) Miloš’s family members ... arrows 


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