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Svědci lokálních událostí spojených s druhou světovou válkou

List of witnesses

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Josefa Šánová (1922)

Born on 25 October, 1922 in Stonařov near Jihlava Czech-German family Studied a teaching institute in Jihlava, after closure in 1939 a teaching institute in Moravské Budějovice and finally boys teaching institute in Brno-Poříčí Teacher of the first grade and ... arrows 

Věra Šašková (1926 - 2015)

born 25 January 1926 in old Kladno Sokol trainee from the age of six 1937, began attending the eight-year grammar school in Kladno 1945, matriculation exam, employed at the Kladno Water and Spa Works 1945, completed a trainer’s course - started training Sokol ... arrows 

Ján Šebák (1931)

born on February 26, 1931 in Pružina in December 1949 he was beaten in front of the village cinema because of criticizing a Soviet movie in a fabricated trial he got two years of conditional sentence with a three-year postponement in August 1952 he had to ... arrows 

Hana Šebková (1931)

born on May 15, 1931 in Tanvald into the family of shoemaker Ota Dlouhý she had brother Jiří who was three years older after the annexation of Tanvald to Germany in autumn 1938 the parents sent Hana and Jiří to stay with their friends in the country’s interior ... arrows 

Libuše Šedinová (1936)

born 1 May 1936 as Libuše Skácelová aged 8, briefly kidnapped witnessed the bombing of Vyškov at the end of WW2 1950s, her fiancé was arrested and condemned in a show trial worked in technical professions lives in Prague ... arrows 

Jan Šefl (1922)

born 22 June 1922 in Hvožďany forced labour in Norway worker at a submarine base employed in supplying threat of military tribunal hid to avoid further forced labour after 1945, worked in a quarry ... arrows 

Pravdomil Šenk (1930)

was born on February 12, 1930 in Prague to Marie and Josef Šenk spent most of his life in Lysá nad Labem parents ran a hat shop, which the family gave up after 1948 recalls the mobilization, occupation, heydrichiade and liberation in Lysá nad Labem ... arrows 

Zdeněk Šesták (1925)

his parents were amateur musicians studied grammar school in Slaný organ player in the church in Cítoliby forced labour at the airport in Prague Prague Conservatory study of musicology at the Faculty of Arts of Charles University, lectures of professor Jan ... arrows 

Věra Šestáková (1920)

Born on 31 August, 1920 in Prague-Bubeneč In 1939 married and left with her husband to Slovakia Beginning of the war and establishment of the Slovak republic, which she could not leave In 1944 moved from Bratislava to Banská Bystrica, where she soon experienced ... arrows 

Mgr. Milan Ševčík (1936)

born on March 2, 1936 in Pustkovec during 1939 the family was forced to move to Stará Bělá in the Protectorate father Emil Ševčík father was briefly imprisoned by the Gestapo in 1945 graduated from the Pedagogical School for Higher Elementary School Teachers in ... arrows 



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