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Person who lived in South Slovakia after the First Vienna Award 1938 - 1945

List of witnesses


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Professor Růžena Bajcsy (1933)

born on May 28, 1933 in Bratislava lost her mother when she was three years old her father remarried, stepsister Marie the Gestapo arrested both her parents in autumn 1944, they died in December in 1945 she found her aunt who has survived the war, separation ... arrows 


Katarína Bendová, rod. Skalová (1929)

born on January 18, 1929 in Košice as Katarína Skalová since childhood she lived with her parents in Bratislava spent the war years in Žilina, later under a false identity in Komárno and Budapest studied chemical engineering and worked at the Chemical and Food ... arrows 


Gizela Boriková (1927)

née Meszárošová born October 12, 1927 in Bratislava Hungarian family, family farm in the village Takšoň (Matúškovo), Galanta district in southern Slovakia studied at a lyceum in Nové Zámky for two years, but did not complete her studies due to the war married ... arrows 


Imrich Brezanský (1921) video clip available

Imrich Brezanský was born on October 24, 1921 in the village of Maňa as his father and grandfather passed away when he was only a child, he had to start helping her mother care for their homestead very soon after the year 1938 the village was ceded to Hungary ... arrows 


Second Lieutenant (ret.) Alexander Burger (1922) video clip available

Born on 20 April, 1922 in a village of Ratkovské Bystré in the former Czechoslovakia 1940 – left to France via so called Balkan path Taken to Lebanon Beirut to the Czechoslovak Army Left to Southern French Marseille In May 1940 presented as a soldier of the ... arrows 


Šošana Cachor (1925 - 2016)

born January 23, 1925 in Nitra in a Jewish family her parents did not have Czechoslovak citizenship temporarily evicted from their home in November 1938 attending a re-education course in the Zionist group Bnei Akiva from 1939 left for Palestine with her ... arrows 


Margita Červenková (1926) video clip available

Margita Červenková was born in September 1926 in the village of Černík she grew up in a large family of a small peasant in the year 1938, when she was a little girl, she witnessed the arrival of Hungarian troops into his native village after Hungary annexed a ... 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 


Dagmar Evaldová (1928)

born on 31 March 1928 in Prague spent her early years in Slovakia her family was active in the Sokol movement on 8 September 1943 her father was executed in Berlin's Plötzensee for taking part in the resistance her uncle was also executed for his anti-Nazi ... arrows 


Margita Horáková (1923)

born on April 22, 1923 in Šamorín moved to Tomášov at first attended school in Martin, later studied at the German business school in Bratislava, until the Slovak State was established in 1944 transported to ghetto in Rastice, from there to the camp in ... arrows 


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