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Forced labour during the WW2

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Jana Honsová (1918) video clip available

Born on 22. 7. 1918 in Volyně 1919 – war with the Hungarian Soviet Republic A grammar school for girls, school for teachers Forced labor in the Leichtbau factory 8. 3. 1944 – arrested for having listened to foreign news broadcasting and for her hostility ... arrows 


Růžena Horáková (1924)

1924, born in Radíč, Sedlčany district father died when she was four brought up by her aunt and uncle in Vienna Czech schools Anschluss, factory work making batteries bombing of Vienna 1945, fled to the Protectorate after the war, employed in state ... arrows 


Ladislav Hošek (1924)

born August 4, 1924 in Čkyně, in the Vimperk region shortly after his birth the family moved to Strakonice 1942 completed a three-year vocational trade school studied a school for display-designers in Prague and began studying a trade school, from which he ... arrows 


Bohumil Hrabák (1925)

Born on June 29, 1925, in Ouběnice, part of Višňová, Příbram region Primary school in Višňová 1939 – Starts training as a tailor in Nečín 1943 trained, this year from March 17 on forced labour in Kopitz as a labourer mending the roads March 17, 1944 – Raid, ... arrows 


Ing. Zdeněk Hříbal (1926) video clip available

born on 17 May 1926 in Prague attended a business school in Prague from 1941 till 1945 in September 1944 he was sent to forced labor into the Walter factory in Jinonice from January till April 1945 he served as a messenger, doing both domestic and international ... arrows 


Hedvika Hurníková (1926)

born in Hora Sv. Šebestiána in the Krušné hory (Erzgebirge) on April 13th, 1926 her parents were Germans of social-democratic thinking family persecuted by the Nazis after the Sudetes occupation in 1938 family moved to Chomutov after 1940 she got the total ... arrows 


Věra Hušková roz. Wentzeliová (1923) video clip available

Born in Prague, grew up in Čerčany near Prague Business Academy in Prague Worked as secretary since 1943 at an estate in Benešovsko used as training grounds by the Germans Witnessed the liberation of Benešovsko by the Red Army 1945-1948 - secretary of the ... arrows 


Vladimír Hyhlík (1925)

born 12th August 1925 in Banská Bystrica, Slovakia studied grammar school, then graphic arts school - photography member of the Intelligence Brigade, and Sokol helped safeguard the meeting of the Czech National Council took part in fighting during the Prague ... arrows 


Private Stanislav Hylmar (1920) video clip available

Born on 12. 7. 1920 in Jičín Father had a small upholstery workshop Siblings: brother Václav (* January 9, 1908, died March 9, 1968) and sister Marie (died in 1918) Participated in the 1st Slavic Jamboree as a cub Scout in 1931 1936 – took part in a Scout ... arrows 


Monsignor Antonín Hýža (1924 - 2010)

born on 21st of October 1924 in Branky near Vsetín, North Moravia graduated at a grammar school in Valašské Meziříčí, studied at the ecclesiastical seminary in Olomouc during he War – forced labor in the ammunition works in Vsetín after the War – a member of ... arrows 


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