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Czech minority in the former USSR

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Josef Andres (1935)

born on 11th March 1935 in Stalingrad Czech father worked in Russia in a shoe factory Russian Mother his father drafted to the Red Army and transferred to the Czechoslovak unit 1942 evacuated from Stalingrad to Kuybyshev Svoboda's children supplementary ... arrows 


Bohuslav Andrš (1926)

born 1926 in Czech Alexandrovka, near Odessa, Soviet Union from a family of Czech post-White Mountain exiles his father was persecuted by the Soviet Union and then deported to Siberia in 1938 between the years 1941-1944, lived in his home village under German ... arrows 


Master Sergeant (ret.) Josef Babák (1925) video clip available

Born on 1. 8. 1925 in the Volhynian village of Moldava Managed to evade forced labor in Germany 20. 3. 1944 – joined the 1st brigade of the newly created 1st Czechoslovak army corps Trained in Rivne and Chernivtsi Served with the motorcycles of the combined ... arrows 


Nina Bilijenková (1929)

born 1929 in Chorov, Polish Volhynia lived in the Czech Mirohošť in Volhynia until 1966 her family was the target of repression after the Soviet occupation of Volhynia in 1939 a witness to deportation of Jews from Dubna to the place of their murder since ... arrows 


Věra Biněvská-Holuběva (1929)

Born on September 20, 1929, in Umaň, Ukraine (her sister Valentina Biněvská was born on 27 September 1925) 1942 – the Biněvski-Morozovič family arrives in Buzuluk, the site of the formation of the first standalone Czechoslovak military unit under the command of ... arrows 


First Lieutenant (ret.) Vladimír Bouz (1923)

born July 4, 1924 in Olšanka in eastern Volhynia 1944 – mobilized for the Red Army February 16, 1944 – joined the newly formed 1st Czechoslovak Army corps, 2nd paradesant brigade, 2nd battalion, 6th company training in Yefremov and Proskurov 1944 – fighting ... arrows 


Anna Marie Čechová - Syslová (1925)

born 1925 in Borisovka near Novorossijsk in the Soviet Union her father was victim of Stalin’s repressions during WW II was working in Königsberg she married a Czech from Brno town but under pressure she moved to USSR with three children born in Czechoslovakia ... arrows 


Josef Dobrý (1925)

born in 1925 in Hlinsko, Zdolbunov, Volhynia during the Soviet occupation worked in agriculture during the German occupation in hiding after arrival of the Red Army into Volhynia registered at the Czechoslovak fighting unit paratroop training, served at the ... arrows 


Olga Dufková, roz. Urbánková (1940)

born 1940 in Slaný memories of her grandfather’s and father’s stay in Russia her father returned to Czechoslovakia after the October Revolution establishment of a bus transport company in the Slaný region talking about the life of her family during WWII ... arrows 


Marie Fousová (1913 - 2015) video clip available

born 6 August 1913 in Dembrovka in Volhynia, which was under Russian rule moved to Chomout and then Ozerany 1929, married a local Czech housewife 1939-1944, experienced the Soviet and Nazi occupations of Volhynia 1947, remigrated to Czechoslovakia settled ... arrows 


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