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Life along the Iron Curtain

List of witnesses


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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 


Josef Dušek (1941)

born on 17th January 1941 in Starý Klíčov (the Domažlice region) then the family moved to Stachy (the region Prachatice) and in 1948 to Sušice in 1951 his father got arrested for high-treason - smuggling in 1951 - 1960 lived with his mother and sister in ... arrows 


Mgr. Aleš Fetters (1933)

born April 4, 1933 in Úpice graduated from a pedagogical grammar school in Hradec Králové graduated from the Pedagogical College in Prague, experienced the Prague spring as a student teaching at the grammar school in Náchod active in trade unions during the ... arrows 


Růžena Grubrová (1934)

born September 1, 1934 in Churáňov her father was arrested during the war and sentenced to 14 years of imprisonment in May 1945 their family guesthouse provided accommodation for American soldiers loss of the family business after February 1948, pressured to ... arrows 


Helmut Haselberger (1942)

Paternal family originates on the Bohemian side of the border a few kilometers away from Finsterau, father married a girl from Finsterau 1942 birth in Finsterau 1950s - encounter with Czechoslovak border guards, test of courage at the green border 1960-64 - ... arrows 


Antonín Hnilička (1927)

Born on 16 January 1927 in Uherský Brod A family of a farmer During war he was forced to manual labour in Austria 1942 arrested by gestapo for alleged sabotage December 1942 – imprisoned in Lanzendorf near Vienna 1943 – arrested in KT Mauthausen, worked in ... arrows 


Ondřej Hoffmann

born June 6, 1926 in Mrákov in the Domažlice region at the end of the war forced to serve in the Technische Nothilfe units in Prague and Kladno in spring 1945 witnessed the liberation of his native region by the American army and the retreat of Germans after ... arrows 


Gerhard Hoch (1940)

Born in 1940 in Weiden in the region of Oberpfalz Since about the age of twelve in contact with the border 1959 – basic training at the Federal Border-Protection Service in Seeon in Upper Bavaria, then service in Schwandorf 1967 – served at the Bavarian-State ... arrows 


RNDr. Marie Chaloupská, roz. Kašparová (1933)

geologist, nicknamed The First Lady of Czech Geology born November 12, 1933 in Horní Věžnice near Polná her father Bohumír Kašpar was a teacher, he was dismissed from his job for religious reasons shortly before his retirement lived in Slavětín near Nové Město ... arrows 


František Chlup (1934)

1934 born in Bítovčice attended a 'two-class school', later a two-year agricultural school 1940 his family's farm was set on fire at the end of war got hurt while playing with abandoned ammunition 1951 part-time job in Motorpal: apprenticed as an ... arrows 


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