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Victim of forced relocation

List of witnesses


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Anita Alblová (1936)

In 1936 born in Zelená Hora (Kraslice) Between 1946 and 1948 ran away from displacement Lived with her uncle in Klingenthal 1950 to 1952 – apprenticeships in a field of needlework 1950 to 1959 singed with a band Rigoletto In 1960 her first daughter Andrea ... arrows 


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 


Růžena Babičová (1922)

born in 1922 in Frélichov a Moravian Croat the family was moved to the town of Húzová in northern Moravia in 1949 they returned to southern Moravia in 1962, settled in Břeclav they spoke traditionally Croatian in the family, kids speak Croatian as well ... arrows 


Zuzana Bacigálová (1930) video clip available

born at Orava, Slovakia in 1930 married Ľudovít Bacigál and moved to Senec near Bratislava, where her husband bought 15 hectares of arable land in 1952, her husband along with three other peasants was sentenced for a criminal offence of sabotage to seven years of ... arrows 


Gabriela Bairova-Stoyanova (1955) video clip available

born 1955 in Sofia (Bulgaria) her father was imprisoned for half a year in the late 1950s the family lived in exile in Dobrudza for 6 years graduated from philology at the Clement of Ohrid University of Sofia refused collaboration with the secret police ... arrows 


Baram Baramidze (1936) video clip available

Born in Tbilisi in 1936 1951 he was exiled to Kazakhstan together with family where he spent several years 1961 graduated Tbilisi I. Javakhishvili Conservatory 1960 started to work as an sound operator in the recording studio at the Ministry of Culture ... arrows 


Edita Bártlová, roz. Tluková (1926)

born 9 March 1926, grew up in Brno comes from a mixed marriage, her father was German, her mother Czech raised by her grandmother until the age of fourteen aged fifteen, moved in with her mother, started working as a shop assistant at a haberdashery May 1945, ... arrows 


Pavel Bartovský (1936) video clip available

born 27 November 1936 in Pilsen 1948, the Communists nationalised the family shop, house, and car 1950, the Czechoslovak Youth Union confiscated their cottage in Nová Huť 1 June 1953, took part in the so-called Pilsen Revolt June 1953, the family was evicted ... arrows 


Erika Bednářová (1930) video clip available

she was born on 10 January 1930 in the village of Pekařov (Loučná nad Desnou) both parents had a German nationality her mother, Sofie Rotterová, was an anti-fascist – she helped Russian prisoners of war, she was arrested by the Gestapo several times and her ... arrows 


Dáša Bičovská (1940) video clip available

born 1940 in Petrůvka near Městečko Trnávka the singer and song-writer Jaroslav Hutka is her cousin in 1965 her father Hubert Lánský was sentenced to five months of imprisonment and loss of property in the Action Kulak the family had to leave the district, they ... arrows 


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