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Svědci lokálních událostí spojených s druhou světovou válkou

List of witnesses

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Prof. Ing., DrSc. Mirko Vaněček (1928)

born 7 September 1928 in České Budějovice helped his father, who was a member of the resistance group Loyal We Remain 9 May 1941, witnessed his father’s arrest, hid incriminating materials during a house inspection graduated from grammar school, began studies ... arrows 

Galina Vaněčková, roz. Želobina (1930)

born 1930 in Yekaterinburg (formerly Sverdlovsk) in Russia graduated from the University of Pedagogics in Sverdlovsk 1953, met her future husband, Mire Vaněček, a student of geology from Prague 1954, moved to Czechoslovakia 1955, married Mirek Vaněček ... arrows 

Ing. Jan Vaňourek (1936) video clip available

born October 23, 1936 near Zábřeh na Moravě the family had the largest farm in the village at the end of the war, POWs who were chased westwards by the Germans were housed in their barn the family was persecuted by the communist regime during the ... arrows 

Alžbeta Vargová (1929)

born on August 4, 1929 in Sereď Christian family, four siblings childhood spent in a small house in the Jewish cemetery in Sereď a witness of events taking place in Sereď related to Hlinka Guard and German soldiers a witness of burying dead Jews in Sereď ... arrows 

Lieutenant Colonel (ret.) Ivan Vasko (1928 - 2013)

born in the village Palota, the district Medzilaborce (East Slovakia) on April 9, 1928 member of Hlinka's Youth joined up reserve troops of the Soviet Army on Christmas Eve in 1944 served with artillery joined up the Czechoslovak Army on October 1, 1945 In ... arrows 

Dr. Woody Vasulka (1937)

born January 20, 1937 in Brno childhood in Brno-Slatina near the airport leftist tendencies and orientation at the Soviet Union after the liberation study at the Secondary Technical School in Brno in 1952–1956 study at FAMU in Prague from 1956 befriended ... arrows 

RNDr. Milada Vavrdová roz. Dvořáková (1938)

Born on 25 April, 1938 Grandfather Josef Záruba-Pfeffermann, architect and politician who was close to T.G. Masaryk A member of the Boy Scout Studied geology In the years 1967 to 1972, she lived in Zambia, where she and her husband conducted geological ... arrows 

Petr Vavřín (1929)

born 25 June 1929 in Brno his mother was Jewish, his father was Czech with German roots 1939, his mother could not endure the fear of persecution and committed suicide his father married and Austrian and had to accept German citizenship Petr was forced to ... arrows 

Blanka Včeláková (1926)

Born on 22 June, 1926, in Jablonec nad Nisou 1938 - moved to Hradec Králové Vocational school for female professions 1943-1945 - worked at the train station in Hradec Králové May 1945 - returned to Jablonec nad Nisou An active girl scout until 1948 1949 - ... arrows 

Jana Vecková (1932)

born as the second child to a poor family in the town of Potštejn spent her childhood during the war, befriended a girl of Jewish ancestry in 1948 she witnessed her brother escaping the StB worked in medicine ... arrows 



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