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The Second world war 1939 - 1945

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List of witnesses


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Magda Barnea roz. Kappová (1925) video clip available

born in 1925 in Brno in a Jewish family Zionist family, her father was a dentist the whole family transported to Terezín in April 1942 transported to Auschwitz in September 1944 from Auschwitz to Bergen-Belsen after several weeks around November 1944 ... arrows 


Jiří Bárta (1934)

born January 9, 1934 in Ostrava-Poruba his grandfather Adolf and father Bohuš were important farmers and respected citizens of Ostrava-Poruba they were classified as kulaks after 1948 and their property was taken over by the Unified Agricultural Cooperative his ... arrows 


Private First Class (ret.) Anastázie Barteisová (1927)

born in Volyn 5th May 1945 to 5th August 1945 served with whole family in the army, a cook May 1945 in Prague, three months in Žatec 3rd September 1945 requested to be demobilised, her family was given a mill 1945-1970 in Oblekovice married, moved to Znojmo ... arrows 


Edita Bártlová, roz. Tluková (1926)

born 9 March 1926, grew up in Brno comes from a mixed marriage, her father was German, her mother Czech raised by her grandmother until the age of fourteen aged fifteen, moved in with her mother, started working as a shop assistant at a haberdashery May 1945, ... arrows 


Květuše Thekla Bartoníčková (1935)

born 14th February 1935 in Vinařice near Kladno start of WW2 house searches assassination of R. Heydrich Lidice razed proving Arian descent Allied bombing end of WW2 arrival of the Red Army living with soldiers of the Red Army collectivisation of ... arrows 


Marie Bartoňová (1928) video clip available

Born on 11th September, 1928 in Štramberk During WW2 attended the secondary school at her birth place In 1942 the father ensured food provisions to the guerrilla in Štramberk area In 1943 witnessed house search and arresting her parents During her parents´ ... arrows 


Květoslava Bartoňová, roz. Axmanová (1928) video clip available

born 7 March 1928 in Olomouc May 1945, witness of fighting between the Wehrmacht and the Red Army in Olomouc 1946, arranged for the transfer, stay, and adoption of children from the Valley of Death at Dukla Pass to Olomouc her aunt, Sister Anna Axmanová, was ... 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 


M.Eng. Zuzana Bartová, rod. Špitzerová (1934)

born in Žilina on January 8, 1934 when Hitler took over, Zuzana's parents decided not to have any more children during the war she attended elementary school near cloister of Vincentines in Žilina from February 2 until the April 30, 1945 Zuzana and her mother ... arrows 


Marie Bártová, roz. Procházková (1922)

Born on 21 October 1922 in Nýrsko Moved to Plzeň in 1937 Witnessed many air raids during the war Remembers the liberation by the US Army in Lnáře in the spring of 1945 Married in 1949 Held many teacher positions including in the former Sudeten Joined the ... arrows 


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