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People from former eastern territories of Germany (to 1945)

List of witnesses


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Erika Gajová (1931)

born 8 February 1931 in Hindenburg in Silesia, now Zabrze in Poland 1945, liberated by the Soviet army, handed over to the Polish army her German father was deported to forced labour in mines in Ukraine the witness and her mother and two siblings were evicted ... arrows 


Willi Gerlach (1932)

Born in 1932 in Baudach, district of Crossen In February 1945, the family fled from the advancing Red Army They returned to Baudach in May 1945 They were expatriated in the summer of 1945, at first they went to Berlin, then to Saxony-Anhalt Completed primary ... arrows 


RNDr. Michal Giboda (1938)

born November 16, 1938 in Štefanovce in eastern Slovakia witnessed atrocities committed by German Nazis at the end of WWII encounter with Bandera’s soldiers his father was a local chairman of the Democratic Party grammar school in Vranov nad Topľou study of ... arrows 


Oldřich Komenda (1924) video clip available

born 3 December 1924 in Břeclav a Scout a member of the tramp settlement of Koráb joined the resistance 7 March 1943, arrested by the Gestapo spent almost two years in the Flossenbürg concentration camp survived a death march from Flossenbürg to Dachau ... arrows 


Helga Marsch

born on July 7, 1934 1941- 44 went to school in Fichtwerder 1945 flight and banishment from Hopfenbruch 1949 typist apprenticeship 1957 marriage 1986 divorced since 1995 in retirement ... arrows 


Ruth Nowak (geb. Pade) (1927)

Born on May 17, 1927, in Pyrhene 1933 – 1937 Elementary school in Fichtwerder 1937 – 1943 Secondary school in Landsberg 1943 – 1944 practice in a forestry (interrupted) Fled in January 1945 Returned to Fichtwerder in March/April 1945 Banished in May/June ... arrows 


Röschen Schmidt

born in 1931 in Pyhrene, today’s Pyrzany (Poland) as a consequence of the Polish occupation, the family was forced to leave the village in June 1945 today, she lives in Berlin-Blankenburg ... arrows 


Jan Stoiber (1937)

Born on 17 June, 1937 in Přední Výtoň in a German family After war his family should have been moved out to Germany, but due to his father´s high professional qualification they were exempted as one of a few. The father worked in a paper factory in Loučovice He ... arrows 


Erika Weissová (1930 - 2016)

Born on August 22, 1930 in Saská Kamenice as the last of three children Following bombing in spring 1945 her family fled to Kadaň Finally not displaced to Germany due to her Czech origin In 1994 awarded a badge of honour by the Czech Union of Freedom Fighters ... arrows 


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