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Forced labour during the WW2

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Bedřich Hájek (1920 - 2014) video clip available

born August 2, 1920 in Prostějov in forced labour in Dresden working as a latheman, interpreter, foreman and clerical worker January 1944 returned to Prostějov spring 1945 joined the local partisan group Prostějov took part in a partisan action when they ... arrows 


Lieutenant (ret.) Oldřich Halad (1922)

born in Salesian Ostrava on October 4, 1922 studied at seven-year Military Music School in Prague, dismissed in fall 1938 on his way back to Ostrava was arrested by the Polish, fled home to Skřečoň forced to labor in Bohumín ironworks on July 1, 1942 sent to ... arrows 


Ing. Zdeněk Halaš (1924)

Born on August 21, 1924 in Prague During the first world the father was wounded twice in a fight Mum taught in rich Jewish families playing the piano Studied the gymnasium in Vinohrady On 18 December, 1942 was ordered to work in the Reich post office in ... arrows 


Ing. Vladimír Hamal (1924) video clip available

born 14 January 1924 in Olomouc childhood in Šumperk witnessed the German inhabitants of Šumperk attacking the local Czech minority after the Munich Agreement, the family fled from Šumperk January 1943, assigned to forced labour at the AEG factory in Berlin ... arrows 


Dagmar Hanzlová (1924) video clip available

Born in 1924 in Prague Jews in Dolní Kralovice Forced labor in Dolní Loučky The factory Diana GmbH Future husband Vlastimil Hanzl fought in the battle for France Husband escaped from German captivity Resistance group Karel 20 Water dam Švihov Flooding ... arrows 


Emilie Hatlová, roz. Matauchová (1925)

born on May 6, 1925, in Nebužely nearby Mělník comes from a Czech-German family was a forced laborer during the war, worked in several places her father, a Wehrmacht soldier, died in Polish captivity witnessed the brutal conduct of Soviet soldiers towards the ... arrows 


Marie Hauserová (1924)

born 25 April 1924 in Košice grew up in a foster family, worked for a farmer from the age of fifteen forced labour in the Reich, in Leipzig, ran away informed on, sent to work at an aircraft factory in Prague-Modřany informed on again, sent to the Small ... arrows 


Helena Havlíčková (1923)

born October 4, 1923 in Brno well-to-do family with four daughters, raised in Christian faith not able to study medicine when universities became closed down February 13, 1943 – wedding her husband doing forced labour as a fireman in Dortmund forced labour ... arrows 


Ing. Jiří Havlík (1923 - 2015)

born 1923 in Štěchovice, into the family of a teacher October 1943, assigned to forced labour in Kiel, a port town in northern Germany underwent fireman training in Kiel emergency fire brigade - extinguished fires caused by air raids returned to Bohemia after ... arrows 


František Herget (1923) video clip available

Born October 21, 1923 in Pilsen. Trade academy. 1943–1945 on forced labor in Germany, in Schleissheim near Munich in antiaircraft depots. Called themselves “Flakaři “– had regular reunions. 1945–1947 – military service. Working in the West Bohemian Consumer ... arrows 


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