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The Second world war 1939 - 1945

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Dobroslav Zeman (1930) video clip available

born in 1930 in Jindřichův Hradec his father was a grammar school professor who was held in concentration camps during the war his grandparents were entrepreneurs who lost their store in the 1950s, his grandfather and his uncle were sentenced to three and a half ... arrows 


Helena Zemanová (1931)

Born on 29 December, 1931 in Zaritsk in Volyn Experienced the collectivisation, persecution and arresting the Polish intelligence Describes her personal experience with the Russians, Germans and the Ukrainians including the members of the Bandera group during war ... arrows 


Hildegarda Zemanová (1926) video clip available

Born in Nová Ves (Neudorf), Bartošovice v Orlických horách, in 1926 Czech father and German mother Father Josef was taken prisoner in Russia in World War I Freikorps’ assault on Finance Guard in Nová Ves in September 1938 Member of the Bund Deutscher Mädel ... arrows 


Lieutenant Colonel (ret.) Jiří Zenáhlík (1921)

was born on May 20th in 1921 in Tábor in October 1943 he was brought to Berlin on forced labor from where he had escaped in the summer of 1944 to France zhen in England, he joined the army and in November 1944 he was put on in France, in a troop on reserve ... arrows 


Ignác Zima (1938)

born 23 February 1938 in a Romani settlement in Kopčany (western Slovakia) after the war, the family moved to find work in Foršt near Svitavy from 1956, railroad switch operator at Hodonín station late 1950s, compulsory military service in Konice 1969-1973, ... arrows 


Eduard Zimmel (1926) video clip available

born March 13, 1926 in Rapšach in the Vitorazsko (Weitraer) region refused to be drafted to the wehrmacht in 1943 October 26, 1943 - arrested and imprisoned in Znojmo and in Simmering in Vienna interned in the Dachau concentration camp in 1943–1945 worked in ... arrows 


Walter Zimmermann (1923)

born July 30, 1923 in a hamlet Sejfy near Jáchymov father was a miner, a staunch antifascist and an official of the prewar Communist Party 1938 – family fled from Jáchymov to the inland (Kladno) emigration to Great Britain refugee camp in Leeds December ... arrows 


Lieutenant Colonel Eduard Zirnzák (1928)

born August 5, 1928 in Carpathian Ruthenia relocation in search of work 1938 outbreak of the war and the Hungarian occupation 1944 liberation of the Carpathian Ruthenia voluntarily joining the Czechoslovak army assigned to the Czechoslovak tank brigade ... arrows 


Miroslav Zlatohlávek (1929) video clip available

born 8 August 1929 in Český Brod 1951, his father’s car repair shop was nationalised 1951-1953, compulsory military service in the Auxiliary Engineering Corps (AEC) 1953, employed at a state farm; later as a bus driver at ČSAD 1989, retired active in the ... arrows 


Karel Zmija (1926)

born on January 11th 1926 in Guty village in Teschen region attended both Czech and polish schools coming from Silesia on March 30th 1944 must have entered the German army served in French Atlantic coast, experienced the defense battles in Normandy on June 6th ... arrows 


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