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Forced labour during the WW2

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Ing. Karel Beránek (1925) video clip available

born December 17, 1925 in Bílina his family moved to Roudnice nad Labem studied the Secondary Technical School of Mechanical Engineering in Roudnice nad Labem June 20, 1942 – arrested in the so-called ‘persecution of students from Roudnice’ June 20, 1942 – ... arrows 


Gabriela Binková (1924)

born January 23, 1924 in Velké Němčice in 1944 ordered to go to work to Germany for ten months worked in the town Bad Schwarzbach, present-day Czerniawa Zdrój in Poland spent ten months working in a factory which produced metal parts for German aircraft after ... arrows 


Mgr. Klára Blažejová (1924)

born on 4th October 1924 went to high school in Kladno during the war deployed to a munitions factory in Týnec nad Sázavou after the war ended she studied pedagogy worked as a teacher in the Ústí nad Labem area taught in schools for fifty-two years, taught ... arrows 


Václav Blažek (1920)

born 14 September 1920 in Raškovice, Pardubice District trained as a bricklayer after the occupation, put to rebuilding the Pardubice airfield for the German army 1941, forced labour in Germany - Stuttgart, Friedrichshafen 1942, taken to Buchenwald ... arrows 


Václav Bodlák (1924)

born 28th of March 1924 in Cukmantl (now Pozorka, Teplice District) harmonious life with Germans until 1933, then began increasing animosity 1938, Sudetenland annexed by the Third Reich, the Bodlák children sent to Prague learned to be a waiter, but ended up at ... arrows 


Mgr. Ljubica Bodláková, roz. Axmanová (1934)

The daughter of an Orthodox priest Born on February 3, 1934, in Prague Father Bohumír Axman (Aleš) was ordained a priest by Bishop Gorazd in 1933 Father arrested in connection with the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich on September 26, 1942 Father briefly ... arrows 


Jiří Boháč (1920) video clip available

Born in 1920 in Lomnice nad Lužnicí Graduated from grammar school in Třeboň A boy scout his entire life Forced labour deployment in Steyr, Austria, in 1942 Arrested and sentenced to five years for listening to foreign radio in 1944 Imprisoned in České ... arrows 


Olga Bojarová, rozená Hůlková (1925) video clip available

born May 9, 1925 from 1943 forced labour for the railway company in Prague during the war 1945 – joined the Communist Party after the war studied Czech language and aesthetics at the Faculty of Arts of Charles University in Prague (FF UK) 1948 – refused to ... arrows 


Jiří Bořucký (1919) video clip available

born 28 November 1919 in the family of a teacher attended the Foundation Grammar School in Ostrava 1930s, member of the 1st Scout Troop in Ostrava was friends with Scouts who were executed during WW2 holiday stays with German families a member of Sokol ... arrows 


Pavel Brázda (1926)

born 21 August 1926 in Brno grew up in the wealthy family of lawyer Osvald Brázda, his grandmother was Helena Čapková during WW2, forced labour as a forest workers helped renew the city as a volunteer employee of the Regional Secretariat in Brno 1945, ... arrows 


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