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People helping Jews during WWII

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Antonie (Nina) Kohlíková (1924)

Family derived from Volyňská Češka Born in the Bohemian district of Mirohošť In 1947 resettled in Bohemia Her whole life was spent as a teacher ... arrows 


Emilie Konečná (1933) video clip available

born 3 March 1933 in the village of Koryta in Volhynia, formerly part of Poland (now Ukraine) Volhynian Czech during WW2, the family helped a persecuted Jewish woman 13 July 1943, relatives murdered in Český Malín witnessed the Banderites wreak havoc in ... arrows 


Antonín Kopřiva (1924) video clip available

born July 10, 1924 in the village Rakov his mother died his father was a finance manager in the educational institution for young people - American Industrial Home-School student in the American Home remembers the principal of the American Home PhDr. Ema ... arrows 


Edita Kosinová (1921)

Born on 16 December, 1921 in Brno in a Jewish family in a former Czechoslovakia On 1 December, 1941 left with her whole family to Theresienstadt Worked in Theresienstadt infection hospital In May 1944 parents and brother were placed to Auschwitz transport, all ... arrows 


Jaroslav Kraus (1922)

Born on August 10, 1922 in Prague Of Jewish origin (from his father’s side) Was an active member of the pre-war Scout Deported to Theresienstadt in August 1942 Deported to Auschwitz in October 1944 Worked in a munitions factory in Meuselwitz, a branch camp ... arrows 


Rostislav Kubišta (1923 - 2014) video clip available

born on 3rd May 1923 in Novostav in Volhynia in 1941 and 1942 jailed in a German prison in Rovno escaped and hid at his aunt’s barn joined the guerrilla fighters under the command of lieutenant Medvedev in summer 1942 joined the anti-tank artillery in the Red ... arrows 


Karel Lánský (1924) video clip available

born 6 July 1924 in Staňkov childhood spent in poverty in rural southern Bohemia 1939–1943, trained as a tailor in Prague 1943–1945, forced labour at Walter Motors in Prague, also at Ruzyně airport May 1945, resistance fighter during the Prague Revolt from ... arrows 


Dr. private (ret.) Arnošt Lederer (1924) video clip available

born May 14, 1924 in Vlachovo Březí near Prachatice actively involved in the Zionist movement Tchelet lavan May–September 1939 – Aliyah school in Prague (retraining course for Jewish youth) October 10, 1939 – goes to Denmark via Germany 1939–1943 – in Denmark ... arrows 


Chava Livni (1926)

born 21 July 1926 into a Jewish family 1941, joined Makabi Hacair helped forge documents for Slovak Jews September 1944, she and her whole family were arrested and transported via Sereď to Auschwitz she and her sister were chosen for labour in Freiberg ... arrows 


Mordechaj Livni (1926)

born as Max Lieben on February 15, 1926 in Prague as the third and youngest son Orthodox Jewish family that spoke mainly German from 1939 he was active in the Zionist movement Maccabi Hatzair July 8, 1943 – deported to Terezín with his parents and brother ... arrows 


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