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Brigadier General (ret.) Alexander Beer (1917 - 2015) video clip available

born February 7, 1917 in Vranov nad Topľou in Slovakia 1939, after failed emigration to the west went to the Soviet Union via Poland working near Moscow and in Karagand in Kazakhstan joined the army in Buzuluk, took part in fighting for Sokolovo, Kursk, Kyjev, ... arrows 


Colonel (ret.) Ivan Benčák (1919)

he was born on March 17th 1919 in Novosedlice village in Tjachevo region, Carpathian Russia in 1940 he was taken into Hungarian army, but after just few months he ran off to Soviet Union he spent two years in the detention Siberian working camp he entered the ... arrows 


Antonín Bohatý (1913 - 2010) video clip available

Born February 2, 1913 in Libánovka in Volhynia Was drafted in 1933 to the 8th uhlan regiment in Cracow During the war, the family saved the life of a Jewish girl Minďa – Milka (later married as Sobotková) They adopted Minďa as their own daughter and ... arrows 


First Lieutenant (ret.) Vladimír Bouz (1923)

born July 4, 1924 in Olšanka in eastern Volhynia 1944 – mobilized for the Red Army February 16, 1944 – joined the newly formed 1st Czechoslovak Army corps, 2nd paradesant brigade, 2nd battalion, 6th company training in Yefremov and Proskurov 1944 – fighting ... arrows 


Warrant Officer Josef Bürger (1923) video clip available

born December 5th 1923 in Chlum u Křemže, in the Český Krumlov district since 1933 growing up without his father, who died of cancer training as a plumber and locksmith April 1943 drafted to the wehrmacht, a four-moth training in Germany and France January ... arrows 


Michal Demjan (1921) video clip available

born 19th November 1921 in the village of Vyšny Verecki in Subcarpathian Ruthenia 1939, forced to join the Hungarian semi-military organisation Levente 31st March 1940, crossed the borders into the USSR 1940-November 1942, imprisoned in Skole, Stryi and ... arrows 


Jaroslav Dlouhý (1919)

born June 13th 1919 in Český Zawidów in the Volyně region 1941 had to join the Red Army autumn 1941 captured by Germans, but managed to escape hiding in Poland, then returning to Volyně 1944 joins the Svoboda´s army, trained in Romania, first combat ... arrows 


Ludvík Drahokoupil (1920)

was born on 27th December in 1920 in a village Česka Kolonie in Volyň. Drahokoupil had to enlist the Red Army, he took part in retreat to Moscow, but he was captured in autumn 1941 by Germans he was detained in camps Kremenčuk and Proskurov, his family succeeded ... arrows 


Major (ret.) Rostislav Glajch (1925)

born on November 22, 1920 in the town of Kuněv in the Ukraine in a Czech family in 1936 started to study at the School of Construction 1941 drafted to the Russian army (unfinished studies), served with the 53rd, later the 51st engineer corps. Almost the only ... arrows 


Bohumír Hájek (1920)

born June 23, 1920 in Brno-Židenice escaped to Poland with his friends after the occupation of Czechoslovakia in March 1939 several weeks in a prison in Poland, then they stayed in Katowice until the German invasion fled eastwards after the outbreak of the war, ... arrows 


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