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Czech minority in the former Yugoslavia

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Emil Bartoš (1938)

Born on 5th September, 1938 in Končenice in today´s Croatia Went to the Czech school for six years Parents were farmers, took over their farm In 1958 - 1960 in the army in Varaždin and then Postojna in Slovenia After military service married Zdenka Husáková ... arrows 

Jiří Bartoš (1926)

born on 23 January 1926 in Belgrade, former Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes attended a Czechoslovak school before WW II witnessed the bombing of Belgrade by the Luftwaffe on 6 April 1941 lived through the occupation by the German army following the ... arrows 

Bohumil Benák (1932)

Born on 8 May, 1932 in a village of Lipovec (Ljudevit Selo) in today´s Croatia Comes from Czech family Lived in Lipovec all his life, which is almost totally Czech village Parents had a large farm, which Bohumil took over In 1938 his father was called to the ... arrows 

Jindřiška Burzičová (1969)

born June 17, 1969 in Karlovy Vary learnt the seamstress‘ trade in 1991 she and her husband moved to the town Kulen Vakuf in Bosnia her daughter was born in 1991 experienced the war in former Yugoslavia attempted to flee her country with her daughter ... arrows 

Major in retiment, Doc., MUDr. Rajko Doleček (1925)

born on 1 June 1925 in Prague his mother Milica was a Bosnian Serb; his father Josef came from Bohemia in 1938-1944 studied a grammar school in Belgrade witnessed many war-related events which took place in Belgrade his father organized aid for Czechoslovak ... arrows 

Anna Doubková (1924) video clip available

born on 22 May, 1924, in the village of Brestovac, Daruvar region, in former Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (later Yugoslavia) passed five grades of municipal school operated as a liaison in the Moslavec brigade and later in the Jan-Žižka-from-Trocnov ... arrows 

Růženka Hušková (1936)

born on 12th March 1936 in the town of Brestov in the Daruvar region (Daruvarski Brestovac) in today’s Croatia parents were Czech spent two years in a Croatian school then three years in a Czech one the family moved back to Czechoslovakia in 1946 moved to ... arrows 

Emílie Koudelová (1926)

born 8 November 1926 in Veliki Bastaji in current-day Croatia her parents were Czech immigrants beginning of WW2, worked as a seamstress in Belgrade, left shortly before the bombing in April 1941 January 1942, moved to Leipzig, Germany to find a job; later ... arrows 

Justina Koutníková (1935)

Born on 5 August, 1935 in the Czech family in Ivanovo Selo The village was founded around 1825 the Czech immigrants and until today almost all families there are of Czech origin Attended Croatian and Czech school Studied five-year teacher´s institute in ... arrows 

Marie Králová (1926) video clip available

Born on December 4, 1926, in the village of Hercegovac in Croatian Moslavina A member of the youth resistance organization USAOK Her uncle Josef Vojáček, called Taras, was one of the main organizers of the partisan movement Ran away to the partisans in August ... arrows 



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