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People helping Jews during WWII

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Emília Gáboríková (1933)

She was born on June 11, 1933 in Hriňová In the period between the years 1943-1945 Emília along with his father and other girls from Slovakia participated in agricultural work on the farmstead of Pfaffenhof in Litoměřice She witnessed the construction of an ... arrows 


Anton Gajdošík (1933)

born on July 23, 1933 in Horný Moštenec in his young age he became a witness of local events of the Slovak National Uprising his father was imprisoned in Ružomberok for reluctance to enter the JRD (Joint Agricultural Cooperative) based on negative cadre ... arrows 


Šaul Gattenyo (1940)

born on 21 August 1940 in Belgrade into a Jewish family in 1941 moved with his family to Skopje in March 1943, Jews from Macedonia were concentrated in Skopje to be deported his mother passed him to his nanny Zora Pičulin up until the end of the war, Zora hid ... arrows 


Eva Goldstein (1921)

born February 26, 1921 in a Jewish family in Prague was a co-founder of the Zionist movement El Al before the war in 1939 she and her husband Jan Kaufmann were late to leave the country Věra (Eva’s twin sister) was the only one from the family who emigrated ... arrows 


Alois Holub (1917)

he was born on June 11th 1917 in Bitovcice he is skilled joiner from the master Jelinek´s workshop in Valašské Meziříčí he was mobilized in 1938, but later was freed from the army services due to his health condition together with his friends he participated in ... arrows 


Josef Holý (1933)

born 11 June 1933 in Dubno, Volhynia Soviet (1939-1941) and Nazi (1941-1944) occupation of western Volhynia spring 1944, deported with his parents to Przemyśl 1944-1945, internment camps in Przemyśl, Gdynia and Toruń attended a German school 1945, escaped ... arrows 


Erika Hrochová (1928)

Born on January 15, 1928 in Austrian Salzburg Father Austrian, mother Czech Jew In 1936 her mother died Moved to Prague, education provided by her aunts Made up Arian ancestors in a school form In 1941 aunt Růžena deported to Theresienstadt Education ... 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 


Jan Jelínek (1912 - 2009)

Born on May 19, 1912, in the Polish town of Zelov Raised in a family of descendants of Czech evangelical exiles Worked as an accountant at the Jan Sláma firm Studied in a missionary school in Olomouc - pastor of the Evangelical Church Preacher in 1937-1944 in ... arrows 


Elly Jouzová, roz. Baranová (1933)

2nd July 1933 born in Prague, her parents active, ardent Communist Party members, father worked for the Party Committee 26th February 1940 parents arrested by gestapo, the reason: Communist Party resistance activities, father went through Theresienstadt, Dachau, ... arrows 


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