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The Second world war 1939 - 1945

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List of witnesses


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Ing. Pavel Werner (1932 - 2017) video clip available

Born in 1932 A Jewish family from Pardubice Dimly recalls a story connected to the name of Nicolas Winton Interned in the Theresienstadt ghetto The Maccabiah Games of Fredy Hirsch The death of his sister Lenka Transport to Auschwitz-Birkenau Selection ... arrows 


Miluše Wiedermannová (1922)

to be translated ... arrows 


František Wiendl (1923) video clip available

Born on December 31, 1923 A learned mason, studied the technical college of construction in Plzeň Joined the second and the third resistance with his father František Wiendl senior During WWII, a member of the resistance group Lidice, Niva in Klatovy, ... arrows 


Colonel (ret.) Jan Wiener (1920 - 2010)

born on 26. May 1920 in Hamburg in Czech-German Jewish family in 1940 escaped to Yugoslavia, after it was attacked he wanted to get to Marseille and then to North Africa captured in Italy, escaped twice crossed the front to the Allies in southern Italy, joined ... arrows 


Věra Wiener, roz. Ledererová (1924) video clip available

Born in 1923 into a Jewish family in Volyně in the south of Bohemia 1934-1939 – studied at a grammar school in Strakonice 1939 – was accepted to the Aliyah School in Prague September 1939 – left on a train to Denmark 1943 – left on a ship to Sweden because of ... arrows 


Tereza Wiesnerová (1928)

She was born October 9, 1928 in Topoľčany She lived in Topoľčany until she was 15 and attended the Jewish school On the day of her 16th birthday, she was transported to Auschwitz concentration camp In 1946 after returning from a concentration camp she moved to ... arrows 


MUDr. Linda Wichterlová, roz. Zahradníková (1917)

born on 18 August 1917 in Protějov as the eldest of three sisters 1928 - her family moved to Stražisko where she first met Otto Wichterle 1938 - married Otto Wichterle; spent honeymoon in Slovakia 1939 - gave birth to son Ivan 1939 - closing of universities, ... arrows 


Gudrun Wilcke -Pausewang (1928)

born on 3 May 1928 in Wichstadtl (Mladkov) her father died in war; after the massacre of the Germans in Wichstadtl her mother fled along with six children to the West Gudrun became a teacher; more years taught in the South American belongs to renowned ... arrows 


Miroslav Wildung (1919) video clip available

born in 1919 in Měrovice nad Hanou imprisoned in Mušlov nearby Mikulov from October 1949 to February 1950 for illegal border transgression spent 9 months in the TNP (forced-labor camp) in Pardubice and Frýdek-Místek sentenced to 16 years for treason in May ... arrows 


Ing. Felix Winkler (1926) video clip available

born 1926 in Miroslav in southern Moravia in a Jewish family in autumn 1938 after the occupation of Sudetenland had to leave Miroslav with his parents and sister for more than three years living as a refugee in Valašské Klobouky and in Brno with their relatives ... arrows 


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