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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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Pravoslav Batěk (1921 - 2017)

Born on 21 September, 1921 in Hodonín in a teacher´s family 1928 – family moved to Oldřichovice 1940 – graduated at the teacher´s institute in Kroměříž During forced labour did sabotages 1943 – marriage to Věra Žďárová With his father joined the resistance ... arrows 


Oto Batelka (1920) video clip available

he was born in 1920 in the village of Horní Meziříčko in Dačice district his father firstly acted in Austro-Hungarian army, later he worked as a staff sergeant at the Bratislava Castle his mother was a housewife who cared for their three children even as a ... arrows 


Zwi (Hans) Batscha (1922)

born in a German speaking Jewish family in Olomouc active in Zionist Youth Movement departure for Palestina in 1939 return to Czechoslovakia organized the departure of Jews from Czechoslovakia to Israel in 1947–1949 an active kibbutznik a professor of ... arrows 


Professor Jehuda Bauer (1926)

born in 1926 in a Czech-German Jewish family in Prague. His family legally emigrated to British mandated Palestine on 14th March 1939 in the last train to Poland before the occupation by Germany. He attended high school in Haifa In 1946 he got a British ... arrows 


Jiří Bauer (1929)

a priest of The Czechoslovak Hussite Church, born on the 25th of March 1929 in Prague in 1952-1954 army service in the Auxiliary Technical Battalion from 1950s watched by secret police member of the community of living religion within the Hussite church first ... arrows 


Margareta Bauerová (1923)

Born in 1923 in Mšeno near Jablonec nad Nisou 1927 moved to Rýnovice Business School in Jablonec nad Nisou 1939 – worked for the trade union (Kreishandwerkerschaft), later for the German Labor Front (DAF) 1941 – compulsory service in the Reichsarbeitsdienst ... arrows 


Second Lieutenant Vladimír Baum (1922 - 2011)

born July 13th 1922 in Petrov nad Desnou in the Terezín settlement comes from a mixed marriage of a Czech and a German attended a Czech school in Rapotín and Šumperk January 1939 drafted to the German army and assigned to Luftwaffe as a pilot took part in air ... arrows 


Stanislav Bayer (1931)

born December 15, 1931 comes from an old farmers’ family WWII in Libovice persecution of Jews during WWII assassination of Heydrich Vlasov’s army end of WWII collectivization of farms and formation of Unified Agricultural Cooperatives (JZD) ... arrows 


Erika Bednarská (1946) video clip available

born February 18, 1946 in the village Hraničky (Gränzdorf in German) she is a German national now defunct village Hraničky (Gränzdorf in German) the family was not included in the deportation of Germans from Czechoslovakia during 1948 and 1949 the local ... arrows 


Erika Bednářová (1930) video clip available

she was born on 10 January 1930 in the village of Pekařov (Loučná nad Desnou) both parents had a German nationality her mother, Sofie Rotterová, was an anti-fascist – she helped Russian prisoners of war, she was arrested by the Gestapo several times and her ... arrows 


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