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Lidé pomáhající partyzánům během 2. svět. války

List of witnesses


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Ing. František Hlavatý (1936 - 2017)

born 1936 in Újezd in the Hořovice region comes from a farmer’s family his father supported the resistance movement the family was persecuted after February 1948 worked in various companies as an inspector during full-time employment he gradually completed ... arrows 


Richard Hlavatý (1932)

born May 24, 1932 in Újezd u Cerhovic as a boy helping to deliver supplies to the resistance movement with his father during the war in 1949 his father evaded arrest, but was caught later – his son and wife were also persecuted R. Hlavatý Jr. was imprisoned for ... arrows 


Libuše Hoznauerová (1934 - 2016)

born 6th September 1934 in Hradec Králové 1947 the family moved from Kamenice nad Lipou to Prague 1953 maturita exam at the Pedagogical Gymnazium in Prague, Dejvice 1953 – 55 taught at the border area (Staré Křečovice near Rumburk) 1953 – 56 distance studies ... arrows 


František Hrabánek (1936)

Gendarme Corps Gendarmes before World War II. world war II Guarding borders in 1938 Ordner Arrests of policemen at the border in 1938 Concentration camp Elsterhorst bei Heyerswerda Gendarmes II. World war II Resistance gendarmes in the II World War ... arrows 


Irena Hrbáčková (1930)

Born on September 14, 1930 in Vojnův Městec Elementary and municipal secondary school 1944 – the whole family got involved in helping the guerillas unit Mistr Jan Hus Worked in the Research Institute of Bast Fiber in Šumperk Worked in a military telephone ... arrows 


Jarmila Hrbková, rozená Chomoutová (1927)

born December 26, 1927 in Brno the family lived in Šmelcovna near Bílý potok near Brno where the family owned a homestead with a mill her father was a miller and her mother was a housewife throughout the entire war, the Chomout family was hiding partisans, ... arrows 


Arnošt Hrudník (1926 - 2014)

born 6 February 1926 in Vienna, Czech-Austrian family 1928, sent to be raised by his grandparents in Tršice near Olomouc 1936, after the death of his grandparents, children’s homes in Moravský Krumlov and Uherské Hradiště 1940, learnt to be a cobbler in ... arrows 


Drahomíra Hudečková (1940) video clip available

born 4 June 1940 in Tučín father Sláva Koza was head of intelligence of the 1st Czechoslovak Partisan Brigade of Jan Žižka father executed on 15 January 1945 at Kounice Student Hall in Brno October 1944, mother arrested in Bratislava children sent to ... arrows 


Jan Hudousek (1926)

Born on 25 April, 1926 in Koldín Father Karel Hudousek a mayor of Koldín in 1923–1938 Experienced arrival of German troops to Choceň During war helped a Russian partisan Ill with tuberculosis and treated until 1954 After wedding with his wife Věra he moved ... arrows 


Božena Húšťová (1929)

born April 1st, 1929 in Ryliska near Vysoké Pole partisans from the 1st Czechoslovak partisan brigade of Jan Žižka began appearing at her father's, František Raška, in the winter of 1944/1945 on April 19th, 1945, the Ryliska hamlet and the Ploština settlement ... arrows 


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