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People helping Jews during WWII

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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 


Ludmila Uhlířová (1922) video clip available

born on the 1st of April 1922 in Bludov, Volhynia, back then belonging to Poland during Soviet era the family was designated for transportation to Siberia witnessed mass murders of Jews Bandera group almost beat her brother to death in 1947 the family ... arrows 


Susana Urbanová (1933)

Born on October 6, 1933 in Třebíč Originated from a mixed Jewish-German family 1940 –dismissed from school Witnessed the deportations of Jews from Třebíč during the war March 5, 1943 – her father Arnošt Beneš perished in Auschwitz A large part of her ... arrows 


Ľubomír Vacek (1932)

born in 1932 in Hlohovec studied at grammar school in Hlohovec strongly affected by generous help of his father during the WWII and his involvement in the Slovak National Uprising happened to be an unreliable person for the communist regime spent his military ... arrows 


Ludevít Végh (1921 - 2016)

Born to a Jewish family in Košice in 1921. Avoided the draft to labour camps and in 1941 escaped to Budapest. Lived in Budapest as an illegal, worked as an electrician and in a chemical factory. 1942-1944 arrested and sent to forced labour camps in Galanta, Vác ... arrows 


Helena Vovsová (1926)

Born on February 12, 1926, in Prague Moved to Panenské Březany with her parents in 1931 Started to work as a support gardener at the local Chateau in 1941 Served there till the end of October 1945 In 1948, returned to the Chateau as a laboratory technician ... arrows 


Ing. Petr Weber (1942)

born as Jehuda Preiss on 1 March 1942 in the Bochnia ghetto in Poland, in 1944 survived the escape from the ghetto in an abandoned cottage; his parents died was taken care of by a Czech catholic family which adopted him and gave him a new name his new family ... arrows 


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