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Re-emigration of Czechs after 1945

List of witnesses


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Urban Albert (1929) video clip available

born 11 May 1929 in Gemelčička (Făgetu) in Romania a Slovak from Romania his brother Ignác served in the Hungarian army during WW2 his brother Ignác was imprisoned in a Soviet POW camp 1947, re-emigrated to Czechoslovakia employee of the Staré Město State ... arrows 


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 


Marie Andělová (1941) video clip available

born November 4, 1941 in Novostavce in Volhynia her parents Karel and Amálie Sutowsky came from Warsaw her mother came from a wealthy Jewish family her parents died during a death march Marie lived in hiding in care of Anastázie and Václav Vondráček in ... arrows 


Josef Andres (1935)

born on 11th March 1935 in Stalingrad Czech father worked in Russia in a shoe factory Russian Mother his father drafted to the Red Army and transferred to the Czechoslovak unit 1942 evacuated from Stalingrad to Kuybyshev Svoboda's children supplementary ... arrows 


Master Sergeant (ret.) Josef Babák (1925) video clip available

Born on 1. 8. 1925 in the Volhynian village of Moldava Managed to evade forced labor in Germany 20. 3. 1944 – joined the 1st brigade of the newly created 1st Czechoslovak army corps Trained in Rivne and Chernivtsi Served with the motorcycles of the combined ... arrows 


Jiří Bartoš (1926)

born on 23 January 1926 in Belgrade, former Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes attended a Czechoslovak school before WW II witnessed the bombing of Belgrade by the Luftwaffe on 6 April 1941 lived through the occupation by the German army following the ... arrows 


Josef Borsik (1940)

the end of 19th century, his parents moved to Butin in the Romanian Banat 31st October 1940 was born in Jamu Mare, the Romanian Banát August 1949 his family moved to Aš in Czechoslovakia worked manually, also in uranium mines 1975 became a director of the Aš ... arrows 


First Lieutenant (ret.) Vladimír Bouz (1923)

born July 4, 1924 in Olšanka in eastern Volhynia 1944 – mobilized for the Red Army February 16, 1944 – joined the newly formed 1st Czechoslovak Army corps, 2nd paradesant brigade, 2nd battalion, 6th company training in Yefremov and Proskurov 1944 – fighting ... arrows 


Naděžda Brůhová (1925) video clip available

Born September 13, 1925 in Moskovschina in Volhynia 1942 – Saved from forced labour July 25, 1944 – Joined the 1st Czechoslovak army corps during its formation, member of the 1st brigade Served as a signaller Krosno, Machnówka, Carpathian-Dukla operation ... arrows 


Private First Class (ret.) Vojtěch Cimbolinec (1915) video clip available

born October 13, 1915 in the village Berehovo in Carpathian Ruthenia in the then Austria-Hungary October 1, 1938 mobilized into the Czechoslovak army, served as a messenger in the motorized troop in Prešov considered crossing the border to the Soviet Union in ... arrows 


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