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The Second world war 1939 - 1945

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List of witnesses


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Адлан Адамович Музааев (1950)

He was born in 1950 in Kazakhstan into exiles family He began to attend grammar school in Alma Ata town, and then he continued in Chechnya He returned to his homeland with his family in 1961 1994 – 1996 the first Chechen war; Urus Martan village 1999-2009 the ... arrows 


Роза Музаева (1955)

born 1955 in Kazakhstan 1957, returned with her family to the Chechen-Ingush ASSR completed grammar school in Grozny, graduated from the Technical Institute in Makhachkala married in 1968 since 2000, cooperation with the Czech humanitarian organization Berkat ... arrows 


Лєслав Нітка (1937)

was born on June 13, 1937, in Lviv father was a warden of the building of a female high school named after Queen Yadvìga on the Pototsky street in 1939 father was arrested as "the enemy of nation", and Lêslav with his mother were evicted in 1941 father got a ... arrows 


Михайлина Очерклевич (1938)

was born on the 21st of November 1938 in Lviv her maiden name is Mylianyk together with parents and brother lived on Bogomol’cya Street father worked in technical college, mother didn’t work after war finished the family lived with a fear of deportation to ... arrows 


Мирослав Сипа (1925) video clip available

Oct. 24 1925 - born in the village of Pohoriltsi of the Zolochiv region of Lviv district, Ukraine 1942 - became member of Plast and Ukrainian Nationalist Youth 1943 - sent to officer training of UPA (Ukrainian Rebellious Army) of Hryhoriy Pipskyi 1944 - ... arrows 


Микола Ставничий (1927) video clip available

1927 - born in Kolomyia, Halychyna, then Poland 1944 - emigration in Vienna (Austria) 1945 - lived and studied in the camp of "displaced persons" (DP) in Karlsfeld, Bavaria, Germany 1946 - graduated from high school in the camp of ukrainian immigrants (DP) in ... arrows 


Ірина Черкес (1936)

was born on June 25, 1936 in Kharkiv 1940 with her family moved to Lviv 1941 with the beginning of war with her parents fled to Kharkiv 1943 with a military hospital of father moved to the Baltic - the city of Daugavpils 1945 after the war came back to Lviv ... arrows 


Володимир Шарко (1931) video clip available

August 21, 1931 - born in Lviv 1938—1939 – studied in the "Ridna Shkola" school, named after the Prince Leo in Lviv 1939—1941 — studied in the secondary school in Lviv 1942—1944 — studied in Academic Gymnasium in Lviv June 1, 1944 – family emigrated in ... arrows 


Хабибул Муазович Эскерханов (1941)

He was born in 1941 in Ord – Yuchoyi village in Schatuyi district of the Chechen-Ingush Soviet republic His family together with other residents of the Chechen-Ingush republic has been displaced on February 23rd 1944 into Central Asia in years 1944 – 1962 he ... arrows 


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