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List of the lastly published witnesses


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Ludmila Vlková (1926)

born in January 29, 1926, in Volyn, in the Czech village of Boratin father was a mayor of the village in 1944 survived the bombing of Boratín in 1944 her brothers joined the 1st Czechoslovak Republic Army Corps in Volyn after the war the brothers settled in ... arrows 


Eva Salamonová (1956)

Eva Salamonová was born on September 2, 1956 her parents survived the Holocaust – they never got to concentration camps their awful experiences affected Eva’s life and mainly her childhood the State Security tried to convince her husband and father to cooperate ... arrows 


Pavel Eli Vago (1930)

Eli Vago was born on May 14, 1930 in a village of Bytčica in 1942 he was hiding in mountains with his sister to avoid transports into concentration camps later they were bewrayed by members of the local police and deported to concentration camp in Sereď winter ... arrows 


Bulgaš Badajeva (1957)

born on July 12, 1957 in Kalmykia in the former USSR suffered a spinal injury when she was five years old she spent her childhood in hospitals and sanatoria, later in a boarding school learnt the seamstress’ trade after her last surgery she worked as a ... arrows 


Drahomíra Šinoglová (1951)

born on July 27, 1951 in Stošíkovice in the Znojmo region the StB took an interest in her in 1970 when during the election she and her husband demonstrated their attitude to the political regime by using a voting booth and casting their votes in private both of ... arrows 


Jiří Matoušek (1961)

born on April 20, 1961 in Ústí nad Labem his stepbrother René Matoušek attempted to leave the country in 1969 and spent several months in prison as a result thereof; he was also imprisoned for disseminating pamphlets in support of the Polish Solidarity the last ... arrows 


Vlasta Palisová (1921)

born 2 April 1921 in Brno grew up in Zlín her father Alois Šafařík was employed at the Baťa Works 1950s, her father was ordained a deacon of the Czechoslovak Church attended the Masaryk Experimental Differential School trained as a seamstress, graduated ... arrows 


Master of Fine Arts Jarmila Sikytová, roz. Havlíková (1930) video clip available

born on August 1, 1930 in the mill in Dobřichovice, attended elementary school in this town after the war: trade academy, language school, and her first job as a “foreign language correspondent” admitted to the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague ... arrows 


Josef Míchal (1939)

born on July 20, 1939 in Jindřichův Hradec his father was a member of the National Socialist Party and a political prisoner member of the post-war Boy Scout troop in Nová Včelnice – Cub Scout from 1947 learnt the car repairman’s trade – specializing in car ... arrows 


Ludmila Fousová (1929)

born 16 November 1929 in Příbram – Březové Hory girls’ elementary school in Dlouhá Street, Příbram attended a classical grammar school in Příbram witnessed the arrest of her headmaster Josef Lukeš by the Gestapo experienced the war and the German occupation ... arrows 


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