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Prisoner of a Soviet concentration camp, Gulag

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Antoni Aleksandrowicz (1928)

was born in 1928 in Ostrowiszki between 1942 and 1944 Antoni Aleksandrowicz was a member of one of three Home Army units operating in the district after the Soviets had entered Poland he was in hiding in the nearby forests for another five years he returned ... arrows 


Colonel (ret.) Štěpán Antonij (1922 - ????)

born on 28 November 1922 in the village Kanora near Volovec in Subcarpathian Ruthenia as yet a student of Mukachevo grammar school he and a few friends decided to flee into the Soviet Union in 1939 he was arrested by the Soviet frontier guard, imprisoned for many ... arrows 


Colonel (ret.) Antonín Babič (1923 - 2007)

born in Zolotarev (Chust district) in Carpathian Ruthenia on January 29, 1923 condemned to three years of forced labor for illegal crossing the border of the Soviet Union in November 1941. He worked off a year and a half in Vorkuta. joined the Czechoslovak Army ... arrows 


Lieutenant Colonel (ret.) Ján Bačkovský (1919)

born on 24th October 1919 in Štefrov near Barďejov, Eastern Slovakia sentenced to five years in a labor camp for illegal crossing of the border, worked in the woods in Ukhta, released in 1942 left to Buzuluk where he joined the Czechoslovak Army and passed ... arrows 


Colonel (ret.) Ivan Benčák (1919)

he was born on March 17th 1919 in Novosedlice village in Tjachevo region, Carpathian Russia in 1940 he was taken into Hungarian army, but after just few months he ran off to Soviet Union he spent two years in the detention Siberian working camp he entered the ... arrows 


Michal Bindzar

He was born on October 16th, 1922 in Ruske, Carpathian Ruthenia, where his family owned a farm. After the occupation of Czechoslovakia, the Hungarians occupied Carpathian Ruthenia so Bindzar had to enlist in the Hungarian army in October 1942. In April 1943 he was ... arrows 


Jozef Bobalik (1928) video clip available

born in 1928 in Lukov, near Bardejov, Eastern Slovakia, where he also grew up because of the option he and his family left to the Soviet Union, hoping they would find a fertile soil and a great wealth, however they were deceived there was no way back from the ... arrows 


Lieutenant Colonel Jan Bohdan (1921)

born on 25th January 1921 in Klučárky near Mukachevo 1939, escaped to USSR arrested and sentenced to labor camp in Belomorsk 1943, joined the Czechoslovak forces in Buzuluk 1943, transferred to the 5th reserve company, with which he traveled to ... arrows 


Tadeusz Bukowy (1929)

born on 26 January 1929 in Sambor (Lviv voivodship, Second Polish Republic in August 1944 he became a courier for the Polish Home Army between Sambor, Drohobych and Boryslav on 9 May 1945 he had been arrested by the NKVD in August 1945 he was sentenced to ten ... arrows 


Major General Štěpán Bunzák (1919)

he was born on August 19, 1919, in the village of Mežhorje in Carpathian Ruthenia between the years 1937 to 1939 he completed his military training with the 4th Highland infantry regiment in Jelšava after the Hungarian occupation of Carpathian Ruthenia he ... arrows 


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