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Before the iron curtain fall - 1946 - 1949

Related anniversaries

1944 - 1949 Greek civil war (47) 1944 - 1947 - Population Transfers from the Ukrainian - Polish Borderlands (8) 1944 - 1953 The Partisan war in Lithuania (1) 30. 5. 1945 – 29. 10. 1946 - Withdrawal of Germans from Czechoslovakia (391) 1945 - 1948 - First renewal of Junák (125) 1945 - 1946 Resettlement of Poles in the "Regained lands" (12) 29. 6. 1945 – Withdrawal from the Carpatho-Russia in favour of the USSR (34) 26. 5. 1946 – The last “free” parliamentary election in Czechoslovakia (55) 10. 7. 1946 – Agreement on Volhynian Czechs option with the USSR (101) 1946 - Expell of ethnic Germans from Hungary (0) 1947 - Jamboree in France (7) 23.12.1947 - Mass Nationalization of industrial and other property in Bulgaria (1) 1948 Arab–Israeli War (20) 1948 – Action "DI" (Confidential: Israel) (20) 19. 6. – 23. 6. 1948 – The Sokol Gathering (51) 8. 9. 1948 – Funeral of President Edvard Beneš (22) 25. 2. 1948 - Communist coup d‘état in ČSR (827)

List of witnesses


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Hrabě Antonín Bořek-Dohalský (1944)

Born on 28th April, 1944 in Prague Comes from aristocratic families His father, JUDr. Jiří earl Bořek-Dohalský worked at the presidential office after war Mother Josefa, was born a princess Thurn-Taxis The third of four brothers Granduncles Antonín and ... arrows 


Hana Bořkovcová (1927 - 2009)

Born in 1927 in Prague Nonreligious Jewish family Excluded from school, then studied at a Jewish school July 1943 - transport with her parents and brother to Theresienstadt In Theresienstadt worked as an assistant educator October 1944 - family transported ... arrows 


Antonín Bosák (1929 - 2014)

born in Slaný in 1929 1937: became a Boy Scout 1940: disbandment of the Boy Scout organization experienced the takeover of their clubhouses by Germans during WWII arrests and interrogations of Boy Scout leaders formation of the illegal Scout organization ... arrows 


Alois Bouda (1932)

born on December 14, 1932 in Litovel, his father worked as a teacher and his mother was a housewife after the war, his family moved to Rýmařov studied at the Secondary School of Textile, Weaving and Sericulture in Brno 1949 he was dismissed from the ... arrows 


First Lieutenant (ret.) Vladimír Bouz (1923)

born July 4, 1924 in Olšanka in eastern Volhynia 1944 – mobilized for the Red Army February 16, 1944 – joined the newly formed 1st Czechoslovak Army corps, 2nd paradesant brigade, 2nd battalion, 6th company training in Yefremov and Proskurov 1944 – fighting ... arrows 


Corporal Václav Bouzek (1923 - 2014)

Václav Bouzek was born in the village Maslenka in 1923, he is a Volynian Czech he underwent training in Lucko, later in Romania and Bukovina he was wounded during the fights at the Dukla Pass. Having recovered he was transferred back to the front in Slovakia, he ... arrows 


PhDr. Hana Bouzková (1935)

she was born on 13th August 1935 in Benešov her father was executed by the Nazi on 29th June 1942 after the war, the family returned to Benešov from 1945 to 1950 she was active in the Scouting Movement she continued being active in the Scouting even after the ... arrows 


Corporal Josef Brabec (1924)

born in Volynia in Poland on January 3, 1924 witness of establishing Soviet collective farms in Volynia member of Czechoslovak Svoboda Army, the witness was an infantryman (machine gunner) took part in the fights at Makhnovka wounded in the battle of the ... arrows 


Pavel Brázda (1926)

born 21 August 1926 in Brno grew up in the wealthy family of lawyer Osvald Brázda, his grandmother was Helena Čapková during WW2, forced labour as a forest workers helped renew the city as a volunteer employee of the Regional Secretariat in Brno 1945, ... arrows 


Hedvika Brixová (1928) video clip available

born on the 12th of February 1928 in Tomíkovice (Domsdorf in German) spent most of her life in Kobylá nad Vidnavkou (formerly known as Kobylá, or Jungferndorf in German) German nationality brother Edwin died while fighting for the wehrmacht brother Alfred ... arrows 


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