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Svědci lokálních událostí spojených s druhou světovou válkou

List of witnesses

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Miroslav Zlatohlávek (1929) video clip available

born 8 August 1929 in Český Brod 1951, his father’s car repair shop was nationalised 1951-1953, compulsory military service in the Auxiliary Engineering Corps (AEC) 1953, employed at a state farm; later as a bus driver at ČSAD 1989, retired active in the ... arrows 

Ladislav Zošák (1929)

born on August 28, 1929 in Slávikovo (today Orávka) after the Vienna Award he and his family were evicted from their home, shortly after his mother died and the family moved to live in Martin he witnessed events of that time related to the Slovak National ... arrows 

Olbram Zoubek (1926 - 2017) video clip available

born on April 21, 1926 in Prague in a family of a teacher and a state official took part in fighting in the streets during the Prague Uprising 1945 admitted to Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design to professor Josef Wagner’s studio 1960s worked actively, ... arrows 

Marie Zubíková, roz. Lukšová (1921)

Born on 8 December, 1921 in Poniklá, region Semily Remembers an atmosphere and relations with Germans in 1930s 1936–1940 studies of commerce academy in Jablonec nad Nisou and Turnov War years in offices of two German textile factories in Liberec Following ... arrows 

František Žák (1929) video clip available

born September 25, 1929 in Prague-Žižkov in 1934 the family moved to Týnec nad Labem from 1942 worked in his father’s workshop learnt the trade of a plumber and boilerman in 1949 he was barred from studying at the Secondary Technical School of Mechanical ... arrows 

Eva Žárská, roz. Lukášová (1935)

born on 1 July 1935 into the family of a constructor František Lukáš in Vsetín throughout the war, her family was hiding things belonging to the Jewish Eichner family after the war, the Lukášs found the Eichners‘ daughter Ilse who survived the Auschwitz ... arrows 

Marie Žatecká roz. Berniová (1928)

born May 11, 1928 in Vraný u Peruce her father was of Italian origin, he worked as a stonemason spent her childhood in Terezín November 1941 - May 1942: eye witness to the arrival of transports of Jews to the ghetto in Terezín in May 1942 the family had to ... arrows 

František Žebrák (1926)

born November 27, 1926 in Koblov in the Hlučín region as a resident of the Hlučín region he became a citizen of the German Third Reich as a result of the Munich Agreement drafted in the Wehrmacht in February 1944 training in sappers’ units in Wroclaw fighting ... arrows 

Zdeněk Žemlička (1908 - 2015)

Born Dec. 24, 1908, in Pelhřimov Grandson of a local printer and bookseller, Rudolf Rupp Graduated from grammar school in Pelhřimov in 1927 Studied law at Charles University, Prague Since 1932 worked at the District Court in České Budějovice In 1937 became ... arrows 

Ignác Žerníček (1922) video clip available

born July 3, 1924 during the war served in the village Štolnava (Stollenhau in German) in 1945 assigned as a supervisor in the Štolnava settlement witnessed the harassing of the Štolnava villagers by Soviet refugees the last living witness of the brutal ... arrows 



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