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People helping Jews during WWII

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JUDr. Jaroslav Musial (1921)

born on 13th May 1921 in Heřmanice helping people to cross borders in 1939 escape tu Hungary forced labour in Norway protest against the execution of Milada Horáková imprisoned in Pankrác politically motivated layoff he became senator after Velvet ... arrows 

Jozef Nemlaha (1925) video clip available

he was born on February 27, 1925 in Malé Košecké Podhradie near Ilava as a blacksmith’s son; he finished the public and also municipal school and in 1940 – 1944 he studied to be a tradesman; he spent the last months of war in the house of his parents, where the ... arrows 

Květoslava Neradová roz. Pánková (1933 - 2016)

born April 9, 1933 in Prague into the family of a forensic medicine institute assistant, she died in 2016. 1951 – graduated from grammar school, began studying Czech and Russian at the Faculty of Arts assistant lecturer at the Faculty of Arts teaching Old Czech ... arrows 

Olga Antonovna Nesviža (1926)

born 19 October 1926 in Ozerany, Volhynia, under Polish rule August 1943, her brother Hnat joined the Ukrainian Insurgent Army and was killed later that autumn 1944, arrested by the Soviets for helping the insurgents sentenced to ten years of prison in ... arrows 

Bedřich Opočenský (1924 - 2016)

Born on May 24th, 1924 in Boratín in the Volhynia region. During the German occupation of Volhynia, (June 1941–January 1944) participated in resistance activities in the group Blaník. After the occupation of Volhynia by the Red Army in January 1944, he joined the ... arrows 

Ing. František Pachman (1942 - 2015) video clip available

Born on June 14, 1942, in Olomouc Her mother Matylda was of Jewish origin Great-grandmother Josefa Berger died on October 2, 1942, in Theresienstadt Grandmother Olga Eisler was shot on September 5, 1942, in Kalevi-Liiva in Estonia Father František assigned to ... arrows 

Private Jaroslav Peterka (1925)

a Volhynian Czech spent his childhood in Falkovščině in Volhynia a witness of the Soviet occupation of 1939 and the German invasion of 1941 he describes the slaughter of the Mervinsky family in the spring of 1944 he joined the 1st Czechoslovak army corps in ... arrows 

Libuše Přibová (1925)

born April 15, 1925 in Hostomice pod Brdy studied a three-year specialised school for girls’ vocations in Prague, and then a trade academy while she was already working in 1935–1938 spending every summer in the border regions in order to learn German July1943 ... arrows 

Ing., Arch. Zdeňka Rešovská (1936)

Born in Uzhhorod in May 1936 Her father leased a farm, first in Slavkovce and then in Fekišovce in eastern Slovakia From the onset of the war they helped refugees from Poland and hid Jews Her father helped guerrillas They hid in a crumbled in the forest cabin ... arrows 

Jiří Richter (1919)

was born on 4th of December in 1919 in Prague he was trained in trade, but he made his living by working as a manual laborer, from his very youth he inclined to political left, in 1936 he became a member of communist party during the war he joined a resistance ... arrows 



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