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Bata school Graduate

List of witnesses

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doc. Ing.,CSc. Miroslav Barvíř (1929 - 2016)

born on July 6, 1929 in Zlín 1931 – moving to Poland with his family 1936 – return to Zlín, elementary and higher elementary school completed the Baťa School of Work electrotechnical school for masters worked in the development department of the company MEZ ... arrows 

Zdeněk Pacina (1923)

born 9 March 1923 lived in Osek near Duchcov in the Sudetes until he was ten, then with his aunt in Prague 1937-1938, attended the Baťa School of Work in Zlín during the occupation, returned to Prague to look after his mother, who was deported from the ... arrows 

Josef Šperka (1927)

born January 19, 1927 in Bratislava to Czech parents playing sports since his childhood, later he pursued mostly skiing the family moved to Zlín in 1939 studied at the Baťa School of Work after completing the military service he became employed by the company ... arrows 

Otto Šplíchal (1929)

born 4 October 1929 in Pilsen witnessed the arrival of Germans in Pilsen, Jewish transports, several air raids aged 14, began studying at the Baťa School in Zlín, then attended a business academy met his future wife when studying economics in Prague; they ... arrows 

Marie Vaculíková (1925)

Born on November 25, 1925, in Spešov near Blansko Primary school in Spešov, secondary school in Blansko Apprentice in Baťa factory in Zlín, where she met Ludvík Vaculík After raid on Zlín in 1944 transferred to a plant in Zruč nad Sázavou After the war ... arrows 

MUDr. Drahomíra Vedrová (1920)

Drahomíra Vedrová was born on February 4, 1920 in Brno she came from a poor family, three brothers began studying at the faculty of medicine in 1938 1939 – occupation of Brno and the closing down of universities 1946 – studied at the university again, became ... arrows 



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