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Lidé pomáhající partyzánům během 2. svět. války

List of witnesses


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Captain (ret.) Josef Fronc (1920)

Born on 26 August, 1920, in Černouček near Roudnice nad Labem Studied at a music school in Prague 1941-1944 - government troops, 8th battalion May 1944 – transfer with the government troops to Turin, Italy Escape from the government troops to France 13 ... arrows 


Anton Gajdošík (1933)

born on July 23, 1933 in Horný Moštenec in his young age he became a witness of local events of the Slovak National Uprising his father was imprisoned in Ružomberok for reluctance to enter the JRD (Joint Agricultural Cooperative) based on negative cadre ... arrows 


Olga Glierová (1932) video clip available

born in 1932 in Zákřov near Olomouc witnessed the Zákřov massacre on 18th April 1945 her brother Drahomír should have been among the executed, he managed to hide and survive after the war, the family had an unknown Russian soldier buried in the yard Still ... arrows 


Jaroslav Grof (1921 - ????)

born on the 23rd of March, 1921 in Tasovice near Chrudim trained to be a lathe operator and machine adjuster forcibly worked in an arms factory during World War II helped Russian paratroopers at the end of the war after concluding his military service, he ... arrows 


Alois Grůz (1926) video clip available

born on the 21st of November, 1926 in Zborov his father was imprisoned for three and a half years for listening to foreign radio the family farm was confiscated by the German Settlement Company supported the partisan group Jiskra (Spark) from Zborov employed ... arrows 


Eduard Hájek (1942)

born 2 October 1942 in Ostrava his father, Břetislav Hájek, was arrested by the Gestapo for his resistance efforts and later died in concentration camp grew up in poverty with his mother and four siblings the family was active in Sokol and the witness was ... arrows 


Jaroslava Háková (1922)

born on September 23, 1922, in Studenec elementary and family school in Trutnov 1934 –Václav Knotek arrived to the village married Miloslav Hák 1940 – her brother-in-law Václav Knotek escaped abroad 1942 – her sister-in-law Zdena Knotková imprisoned ... arrows 


Ludmila Hallerová (1928)

born September 1, 1928 in Vsetín graduated from grammar school in Vsetín in 1947 1947-1949 studying biblical school for missionaries in Beatenberg 1949 – European conference of the Youth For Christ movement in Switzerland 1949 – not allowed extension of her ... arrows 


Helena Havlíčková (1923)

born October 4, 1923 in Brno well-to-do family with four daughters, raised in Christian faith not able to study medicine when universities became closed down February 13, 1943 – wedding her husband doing forced labour as a fireman in Dortmund forced labour ... arrows 


Colonel (ret.) Ladislav Havrišák (1923)

Born on 10 Sep 1923 in Pčoliné in eastern Slovakia Joined Slovak Army on 1 Sep 1943 Served in Zvolen barracks 1944 – Slovak National Uprising Guerrilla warfare Arrest Auschwitz concentration camp, prisons in Gera and Hof Returned home in 1945 Post-war ... arrows 


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