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Forced labour during the WW2

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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 


Karel Chlebik (1925)

born 1925 in Albrechtice u Českého Těšína Polish nationality in forced labour as a miner his mother married a man who claimed Silesian nationality, Karel Chlebik thus had join the wehrmacht fought at Monte Cassino with the German army May 1944 captured by ... arrows 


Libuše Chourová (1924)

Born in Prague on June 8th, 1924, her family lived in Ústí nad Labem. After the Sudetes occupation the family settled down in Roudnice nad Labem. At the time of Heydrich reign she and some other students from Roudnce grammar school were interned in Malá pevnost ... arrows 


Ing. Karel Janeček (1927)

born in August 1927 in Náchod his father and grandfather were renowned car producers his mother supported Slovak partisans and former Auschwitz prisoners throughout the war during the war his father developed weapons in England attended a grammar school in ... arrows 


Ing. Olga Janíčková (1935)

Born in 1935 Zlonice Elementary School Zlonice Gymnázium V. Beneše Třebízského Slaný University of Agriculture Prague Jan Nedved Ethnographic Museum Třebíz Karel Nedved Restoration of historic buildings ... arrows 


Boleslav Janků (1924)

born on 6.9.1924 in Crhov (Zábřeh na Moravě County) ten months in forced labour in Waldenburg, Germany, working at railway in summer 1944, escaped and joined partisan group was in “Cokytle” and “Crhov” partisan groups took part in an exchange of fire with the ... arrows 


Jan Janků (1921)

born in Hanušovice in 1921 active scout since 1936 after the annexation of the Sudetenland in Vrbátky u Přerova forced labour in the Reich (in Wroclaw) in 1941 in 1943 escaped back to the Protectorate end of WWII in France as a driver for UNRRA in 1946 he ... arrows 


Josef Jedlička (1921)

grew up in Carpathian Russia in the family of a soldier, knew the children of Ludvík Svoboda after the Munich diktat returned with parents to the Czech lands in 1940 put to forced labour in Germany worked as a shunter at the German empire railways did ... arrows 


Oldřich Jedlička (1922) video clip available

born February 10, 1922 in Bořetice in the Břeclav region in 1942 conscripted labour in BMW in Frankfurt am Main arrested for sabotage and interned in the Flossenbürg concentration camp 1943 transferred to the Dachau concentration camp death march in April ... arrows 


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