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People helping Jews during WWII

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JUDr. Gabriel Szász (1929)

Born in 1929 in Bratislava A member of the Hashomer Hatzair organization Brother Antonín left to Palestine, where he joined the Czechoslovak Foreign Army Anti-Jewish manifestations of the Slovak State Attacked by a German boy Family business was handed over ... arrows 


Colonel Karel Šerák (1923 - 2016)

born 20th July 1923 in Český Boratín, Volhynia learnt the locksmithing craft, but did not finish school after the Soviet occupation in 1939 he worked on the construction of a railroad and an airfield after the arrival of the German army in 1941, witnessed the ... arrows 


Mária Ševčíková (1935)

Mária Ševčíková was born in 1935 in Hlohovec during the war her parents Michal and Barbora were hiding their acquaintances - a Jewish family of Sterns despite of exposing the whole family to danger, they still decided to take this risk the communists violently ... arrows 


František Škarda (1928)

born 9 July 1928 in the solitude of Hájek near Lubenec in the Sudetes 1940, the Škardas were forced to abandon the family farm and move into the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia spent most of the war at the manor farm in Baldov near Domažlice from April ... arrows 


Lieutenant (ret.) Marie Škrabánková (1925 - 2012) video clip available

born September 25, 1925 in Hlinsk in Volhynia her father Vladimír Novák fought in the Polish army in 1939 during the war the family was hiding a Jewish woman from Podcurkov 1944 joined the Czechoslovak corps as a nurse a course for nurses in Kiev till the ... arrows 


Ing. František Štěpán (1917)

born March 31, 1917 in Uhříněves helping Czech emigrants during the war involved in the resistance movement in the Rychnov region appointed the state administrator of the company Brandt after the war interned in Jáchymov for six years ... arrows 


Arpád Tarnóczy (1936) video clip available

he was born in 1936 in Nováky in an aristocratic family he studied at the Roman Catholic public school in Nováky, then continued studying in Prievidza and Šaštín as a nine-year-old boy he secretly delivered papers and some money essential for escape to their ... arrows 


Ing. Miloslav Tesař (1929)

born 1929 in Česká Třebová lived with his parents in the house where an assembly place for Jews was established in 1943 before their deportations to the Terezín ghetto the family was helping their Jewish neighbours – shopping and sending letters 1943 helping ... arrows 


Věroslava Tkáčová (1924)

born 26 September 1924 in Ostrava-Michálkovice peaceful childhood in Ostrava-Mariánské Hory her father was falsely reported and arrested by the Gestapo her relatives were taken to the Mauthausen concentration camp repeatedly saved from forced labour by the ... arrows 


Věra Tomanová (1931)

5th July 1931 born in Náchod 13th December 1943 grandparents deported to Terezín (died in Osvětim in 1944) spring 1944 mother and uncle Karel deported to Hagibor, then Terezín autumn 1944 father sent to camp in Silesia for work autumn 1944 brother Pavel sent ... arrows 


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