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List of witnesses


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Jiřina Čechová (1937)

born 16 June 1937 in Brno 1948, her father died 1955, graduated from grammar school in Znojmo 1960, Master’s degree in archiving at Charles University in Prague 1960-1965, worked in archives 1965, started teaching at the Znojmo grammar school 1970, ... arrows 


PhDr. Vladimíra Hradecká (1949)

Born on 1st April, 1949 in Ústí nad Labem In 1967–1972 studied archiving and auxiliary historical sciences at FF UK in Prague In 1972 married for the first time (and got divorced 4 years later) Since 1977 until 1986 worked in SOA in Prague In 1977 met Jan ... arrows 


Rudolf Kadeřábek (1925)

born 8 April 1925 1933, his family bought a kiosk 1931-1940, attended primary school 1940-1943, trained at a drug store 1943-1944, attended a liqueur school in Prague 17 April 1945, witnessed the bombing of Beroun, the death of his girlfriend 1950, ... arrows 


Ruth Landau (roz. Goldbergerová) (1946)

born on 9 December 1946 in Cluj-Napoca, Romania her family was Jewish-Slovak-Romanian; both parents were holocaust survivors 1948 moved to the Slovak town of Sládkovičovo 1961 the family moved to Israel graduated from grammar school; studied sociology and ... arrows 


Miloš Pokorný (1931 - 2016)

born on 22 December 1931 in Prague due to political circumstances decided not to study university worked in the foreign trade enterprise Feromet and later in the Research Institute of Heavy Industry following a military service with the Auxiliary Technical ... arrows 


Hanuš Salz (1922) video clip available

born 22 February 1922 in Pilsen his father Heřman Salz worked as a sales manager; as a Jew, he was imprisoned in the Terezín ghetto from September 1944 to May 1945 attended grammar school in Pilsen and Sušice, completed a post-secondary education course at a ... arrows 


PhDr. Veselín Starčevič (1931) video clip available

born on 15th October 1931 in the town of Meljak, Sandžak, in former Yugoslavia (today’s Montenegro) his father was in the partisan movement from 1941 to 1945 in 1942 family escaped bombing in August 1944 he entered the 5th Sandžak brigade, later he served in ... arrows 


Josef Škrábek (1928)

Born on 23rd April, 1928 in Valeč near Karlovy Vary in a Czech and German family In 1938 - 1939 the family moved to Prague-Hostivař In 1944 - 1945 was deployed to forced labour as a lathe hand in Hostivař, and later to trench digging near Olomouc In 1948 - 1952 ... arrows 


Ladislav Žížala (1929)

born 4 November 1929 in Skalice near Benešov his parents were farmers his father died when he was two years old and his mother married again soon after 1940-1948, attended grammar school in Benešov 1948-1950, trained as a glazier in Železný Brod worked as a ... arrows 


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