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Forced labour during the WW2

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Corporal (ret.) Michal Hlavička (1923)

Born on 12 March 1923 in Budkovce, Slovakia 1942 – forced labour in Mimoň Fled from forced labour deployment to Ukraine via Slovakia Contact with Kovpak's Soviet guerrillas Went back to Žilina Joined M. R. Štefánik Guerrillas on 1 August 1944, Slovak ... arrows 


Jiřina Hloušková (1921) video clip available

born April 18, 1921 in Horní Bečva her father was a legionnaire in Russia during WWI harsh life in poverty during the First Republic era Totaleinsatz in Berlin and Dresden in 1943 1943-1945 forced labour in the ironworks in Vítkovice relationship with a ... arrows 


Captain (ret.) Vladimír Hnetecký (1927)

Born on 7 July, 1927, in Dubno in Volhynia, in a Ukrainian-Czech family 1944 - taken to work in a tank factory in Chelyabinsk 1944 - the driver of a reconnaissance tank, tank troop of the 2nd Division, 1st Brigade of the Polish Army Was in action in Poland, ... arrows 


Františka Hocková (1945)

born 30 January 1945 in Lübeck daughter of a Czech father and a Polish mother who met while assigned to forced labour in Germany spent the second half of 1945 with her mother at a sanatorium in Sweden winter 1945-1946, her mother took her on a difficult journey ... arrows 


Ondřej Hoffmann

born June 6, 1926 in Mrákov in the Domažlice region at the end of the war forced to serve in the Technische Nothilfe units in Prague and Kladno in spring 1945 witnessed the liberation of his native region by the American army and the retreat of Germans after ... arrows 


Richard Hofmann (1944)

born November 4, 1944 in Klatovy his family had to leave their home in Spáleniště after the war in compensation they received a farm in Dolní Kochánov left after a killed German forced expulsion of German neighbours after the war destruction of farms and ... arrows 


Dalibor Hofta (1925)

born 12 October 1924 in Říčany father founded a carpenter’s shop father active in supporting the illegal magazine V boj (To Fight) 1940, father arrested - Sachsenhausen concentration camp forced labour in Schweinfurt - ball bearings for Messerschmitts ... arrows 


Jan Holík (1924) video clip available

born May 15, 1924 in Vlašim probably a descendant of the medieval noble family of Holík forced labour in Leipzig in Germany working as a sailor in river navigation during the war and after the war working as a labourer, making marine ropes ... arrows 


Ing. Jaroslav Holler (1927 - 2016)

born 20 April 1927 in Pilsen Scouting - troop Stopa (Track) - registered on T. G. Masaryk’s birthday 6 March 1936; Czech Swimming Club arrival of German units in Pilsen on 15 March 1939 damage caused by air raids in Pilsen-Roudná - Křížkova Street, 3koda Works, ... arrows 


Antonín Holub (1920)

born June 13, 1920 the oldest Scout living in Slaný establishing Boy Scout troops in Slaný leader of a Boy Scout troop illegal organization “Blue Circle” linked to the Intelligence Brigade (Zpravodajská brigáda) learnt the tailor’s trade conscripted ... arrows 


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