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People helping Jews during WWII

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Štefánia Lorándová (1919 - 2012)

born November 22, 1919 in Košice in a Jewish family member of the Zionist organization Hashomer Hatzair sent to Hungary, illegal crossing of the border on March 9, 1942 obtaining documents and accommodation for illegal refugees arrested and interned in the ... arrows 

Pavel Macháček (1921 - 2008)

born in Prague on August 15th, 1921, died at the end of 2008 his father was a school director at the First Republic times, his mother co-founded an organization for mother and child protection he was hiding his Jewish classmate Jiří Synek during the war (a famous ... arrows 

Colonel (ret.) Irena Malínská roz. Šmidtová (1925 - 2012) video clip available

born on 9 May 1925 in Mlynov in Volhynia she joined Czech army corpses in April 1944 she worked as a nurse in 1947 she was arrested and interrogated for 1 week after the war she graduated from a medical school she worked in the army until 1968, then for ... arrows 

Chana Malka rozená Fialová (1923)

Born on February 21, 1923, in Strakonice as Hana Fialová 1939 – Jewish school for the youth in Prague Autumn 1942 – deported to Theresienstadt with her mother Autumn 1944 – transport to Auschwitz, Hana left after a week to Oederan ... arrows 

Zdena Matějová (1934)

born in 1934 in Kamýk nad Vltavou her father was a building contractor, her mother was a housewife the family moved to Sedlc u Sedlčan in 1936 during the war she witnessed deportations of local Jews in 1943 the school building in Sedlc was taken over by ... arrows 

Jitka Matoušková (1920 - 2017)

Born in 1920 in Olomouc. Father Jiří Hejda - a lawyer, economist, and journalist. Family moved to Prague. Her father became the director of the ČKD and later founded a factory for kitchenware. Father hid his Jewish wife in a villa in Prague, Na Cibulce. ... arrows 

Sergeant Mikuláš Matuševský (1919 - 2005)

Born 8th May 1919 into a Czech family in the village of Korostovo in Volhynia, trained as tailor Conscripted to Red Army in 1940, relieved of service due to health problems Between 1941-1944 lived in Mirotin, married, had Jewish child in hidding Enlisted in ... arrows 

Captain (retired) Evženie Melíková (1924 - 2011)

born 11 November 1924 in Bludov, Volhynia, which was under Polish governance experienced both the Soviet and the Nazi occupation of Volhynia 15 August 1944, joined the 1st Czechoslovak Army Corps in Rovno August-October 1944, underwent medical training in ... arrows 

Antonie Militká (1928)

born in 1928 in Brno into a half-jewish marriage her father was the caretaker of Maccabi campus which served to the Jewish community anti-Jewish repression, confiscation of the familie´s property in January 1943 the contemporary was included into a transport ... arrows 

Karla Moravcová (1926)

Born in 1926 in Prague - Břevnov During WW2 an aerial bomb fell down their garden Forced labour in a company TAL at the Prague-Kbely airport A member of Přemysl Pitter choir in the Milíčov house Participant of the project Castles – cared for Jewish children ... arrows 



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