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Ing., CSc Jaroslav Franc (1919) video clip available

born September 10, 1919 in Pardubice arrested November 17, 1939 in Prague as a university student of chemistry from November 18, 1939 to April 20, 1942 detained in the concentration camp Sachsenhausen after his release working in a dairy in Pardubice after ... arrows 

Anita Franková (1930)

born in Litomyšl in 1930, a typical Czech-Jewish assimilated family family moved to Prague in 1939, father suddenly died in fall 1939 she lived in Prague with her mother till fall 1942 when they were sent to Terezín she spent some time in the girls' house L410 ... arrows 

Jana Renée Friesová (1927 - 2016)

born in 1927 in an assimilated Jewish family raised by her grandparents in Mnichovo Hradiště deported to the Theresienstadt ghetto in December 1942 together with her parents in the ghetto, worked in agriculture, lived in the “Mädchenheim” father was ... arrows 

Hanuš Gaertner (1926)

born 4 January 1926 in Hamburg as Hans Gaertner his parents were Czech Jews; he had a younger brother Štěpán from September 1938, in Prague, attended the English Grammar School expelled, studied at Alijah Schule in Prague, a member of Maccabi Hatzair 10 ... arrows 

Koloman Gajan (1918 - 2011)

born as Koloman Edelman in an orthodox Jewish family in Slovakian Šariš in 1918 graduated from Jewish Reform Real Grammar School in Brno in the school year 1939/1940 took part in a training camp of the Zionistic Youth for emigration to Palestine in Křivoklát ... arrows 

Anita Gaydečková (1919 - 2008)

was born on July 23rd in 1919 in Teplice shortly before the war erupted Anita had been baptized and on September 17th in 1939 she got married to Jindřich Gaydečka of German origin, which saved her from a deportation to the concentration camp and the gas chamber ... arrows 

Klára Gerendášová (1921 - 2015)

born February 4, 1921 in Velká Sevljuša (present-day Vynohradiv) in Carpathian Ruthenia, comes from a Jewish family lived with her grandparents after the death of her mother and then in Budapest since she was fourteen years old after 1941 experienced the first ... arrows 

Elisheva Gidron, roz. Kummermann (1920)

born 4 December 1920 into a Jewish family in Vienna from 1926, lived in Štěpánovice near Olomouce; 1932, moved to Karlovy Vary Octover 1938, moved to Prague member of the Zionist movement Tchelet Lavan 8 September 1942, deported to the Terezín ghetto worked ... arrows 

Viera Gordonová (1923) video clip available

she was born on February 28, 1923, in Lučenec radical turn of events in her life came with the Vienna Award in 1938 when her hometown was awarded to Hungary Viera's father was taken to a labor camp after the Aryanization of his shop; however, he was released soon ... arrows 

Edita Grosmanová (1924)

born on July 11, 1924 in Humenné as the third out of seven children her father worked as a glazier, during the Slovak State he obtained a presidential exception 1942 Edita was taken by the first transport to Auschwitz she was in Auschwitz with her sister Lea, ... arrows 



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