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The Second world war 1939 - 1945

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List of witnesses


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Jaruška Žolčáková (1929)

1929 – born in Prague 1945 – helped with the treatment of the wounded during the Prague uprising in the Ruzyně penitentiary After the war worked in the municipal administration Studied at the Faculty of Pedagogy ... arrows 


Тамара Абуева (1947)

She was born in 1974 in Kazakhstan in Semipalatinsk province She got married in the 60´s Her family returned back to Chechnya in 1968 1994 – 1996 the first Chechen war; Urus Martan village 1999 – 2009 the second Chechen war; Cernovodsk village ... arrows 


Ing. Саид-Ахмед Султанович Гантимиров (1946)

born in 1946 in Almaty, Kazakhstan, USSR 1959 his family allowed to return to their home country 1965-67 working as a PE teacher in school 1967-73 studying at the Jambul Institute of Technology in Semipalatinsk; marriage 1973-1994 peaceful life in Chechnya ... arrows 


Ярослава Гасюк (Крижанівська) (1925) video clip available

was born on December 28th, 1925, in a town of Przemyśl studied at a middle school, later at private female gymnasium during the years of the Nazi occupation she worked as a pharmacist 1943 – entered “Unatstvo” – the youth branch of the OUN 1946 – resettled to ... arrows 


Стефанія-Ольга Депяк (1930)

was born on the 24th of August 1930 in Lviv father worked in polish public service studied in the Polish school named after Isakovich one semester she finished up in the Ukrainian class got the pharmaceutical education during 1951-1953 years worked as a ... arrows 


Лев Лебіщак (1922) video clip available

1922, May 20 - Born in Drohobych (Halychyna, Ukraine) 1943-1949 - studied at Medical Institute 1950 - arrested at the station Krasne 1950-1958 - exiled to Siberia since 1958 - lives in Lviv, Ukraine ... arrows 


Орися Матешук (Грицина) (1929) video clip available

was born on January 22, 1929, in the village of Terebezh, Lviv province 1939 – together with her family she escaped to Lviv studied at the Lviv middle school #5, railway middle school #3 1945 – became a member of the Union of Ukrainian Youth and a member of the ... arrows 


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 


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