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List of witnesses

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Ivan Binar (1942)

was born on 25 June 1942 in Boskovice in Moravia graduated from the Pedagogical Institute in Ostrava in 1963, studied Czech linguistics, history and arts, performed as a stage actor in the theater “Pod okapem” in Ostrava did his basic military service in ... arrows 

Anna Blažíčková (1933)

born on April 24, 1933 in Vodňany, nee Petráčková father and grandparents traded with textile materials, her mother was a farmer, has a twin sister in 1938 moved with her family to Bechyne to a large farm to parents from her mother's side 1952 graduates from ... arrows 

Kateřina Dejmalová, roz. Čeřenská (1949) video clip available

born 24 March 1949 in Prague attended primary school in Bratislava; moved to Prague in 1958 1964-1967, studied at the Secondary General Education School studied psychology, Czech and Romance languages at the Faculty of Arts of Charles University 1970, her ... arrows 

Antonín Doležal (1929) video clip available

born 20 January 1929 in Prague from 1948, research assistant at a physiology institute, head of the Physiology Laboratory at the Mother and Child Institute in Prague-Podolí 1953, graduated from the Faculty of Medicine of Charles University until 1954, assistant ... arrows 

Jan Drábek (1935)

5th May 1935 born in Prague 6th March 1948 the family emigrated to Bavaria 1 10th September 1948 the family arrived in New York October 1961 begins to work for the Radio Free Europe September 1990 comes to Czechoslovakia to teach English 1992 - 1994 ... arrows 

Vratislav Ebr (1942)

born in October 1942 in Pankrác prison his mother, Františka Sívková, sister of the parachutist Josef Valčík, died in a gas chamber in January 1943, his father was executed in October 1942 in Mauthausen till the end of the war he had stayed in a nursing home for ... arrows 

Irena Eliášová (1953)

born on 3 May 1953 in the Roma settlement of Novésa, Slovakia in the 1960s her parents moved to Czechia to seek work after finishing elementary school began working as a seamstress got married and brought up three children in 2008 published a story book "Our ... arrows 

Eva Erbenová, roz. Löwidtová (1930)

born October 24, 1930 in Děčín as Eva Löwidtová assimilated Jewish family the family moved to Prague in 1936 in 1939 Eva refused to go to England in Winton’s transport December 10, 1941 – the family was deported to the ghetto in Terezín September 1944 – her ... arrows 

Cristina Feijóo (1944)

Born on 14 July, 1944 in Buenos Aires In her youth she was persecuted as a left-wing activist and several times imprisoned (1971–1973, 1976–1979) In 1979 she left with her only daughter, who was around sixteen back then to Swedish exile Shortly after the fall ... arrows 

Ilona Ferková (1956)

Born in 1956 1986-1989 leader of Amare Neni - a women's ensemble She has been writing since the late 1980s 1994-1998 - coordinator of a Romani kindergarten 1999-2003 - living in England 2016 - retirement 2003 - foster mother 2017 – a member of the ... arrows 



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