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Lidé pomáhající partyzánům během 2. svět. války

List of witnesses

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Miroslav Škrabánek (1926 - 2017) video clip available

born September 21, 1926 in the pasturage hamlet V Hrábí which was part of the Liptál village spent part of his childhood in the pasturage settlement V Háji witnessed the crash of an American bomber plane during an air fight over the White Carpathians mountains ... arrows 

Věra Šmejkalová (1927)

born June 27, 1927 in Prague her eldest sister Josefa was married to a railway employee and Sokol member Ludvík Vaněk the Vaněk family was actively involved in the resistance movement through the illegal Sokol organization Jindra in July 1942 following the ... arrows 

Zdeňka Šmejkalová (1927)

Born on February 18, 1927 in Orlov in Slovakia 1939 occupation of a part of Slovakia by Hungary – moving to Ivanka near Nitra The father helped guerrillas and refugees of forced labour 1943 forced labour in steelworks in Nové Ransko On May 9, 1945 bombing of ... arrows 

Ing. Václav Šrámek (1927)

born July 25, 1927 in Zagreb his father was active in the Czechoslovak Union in Yugoslavia Václav Šrámek and his brother were members of the Czech Boy Scout organization in Zagreb in 1939–1941 they were helping refugees from the Protectorate in 1941 his ... arrows 

Jan Štach (1925)

29th September 1925 born at Pozděchov, Moravian Wallachia 1937 student of the Masaryk Gymnasium, Vsetín 1940 brother Slávek, member of the Defence of the Nation, arrested by the Gestapo, died in prison helping partisans as a messenger during the war farmer ... arrows 

Venuše Štefková (1927) video clip available

born July 29, 1927 in January 1939 forced to leave the border region and go to Morávka from February 1944 helping the partisans December 14, 1944 - court martial in Morávka sentenced to imprisonment in a prison for young delinquents the prison was liberated ... arrows 

Ing. František Štěpán (1917)

born March 31, 1917 in Uhříněves helping Czech emigrants during the war involved in the resistance movement in the Rychnov region appointed the state administrator of the company Brandt after the war interned in Jáchymov for six years ... arrows 

Otakar Švarc (1931)

Born on the 21st of January 1931 in Zákřov, a village near Olomouc. 1944 his mother suddenly dies. On the 18th of April 1945 Zákřov was raided by Russian Cossacks. On the 20th of April 1945 father and older brother were among the 19 men that were brutally ... arrows 

Zdeněk Švéda (1934) video clip available

born on the 24th of July 1934 in Šumperk spent his childhood and early years in the village of Na Horách (Olšany) the oldest living native-born citizen of Na Horách witnessed people being hidden from the Gestapo in Na Horách in May 1948 his family home burnt ... arrows 

Martin Tadian (1903 - 1991)

born on March 15, 1903 in the village Kľak in Slovakia worked as a forest worker served as the village mayor during the period of WWII the village Kľak was burnt to the ground on January 21, 1945 as a revenge for the villagers’ support of partisans lost his ... arrows 



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