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List of the lastly published witnesses


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MUDr. Drahomíra Vedrová (1920)

Drahomíra Vedrová was born on February 4, 1920 in Brno she came from a poor family, three brothers began studying at the faculty of medicine in 1938 1939 – occupation of Brno and the closing down of universities 1946 – studied at the university again, became ... arrows 


Zuzana Petreje (1923)

born on January 15, 1923 in Liptovská Kokava after her father died, she spent her childhood and youth working very hard in times of the Slovak National Uprising she actively joined the resistance movement as a supplying and informing mediator of the partisan ... arrows 


Štefan Maďar (1932)

born on July 31, 1932 in Borský Svätý Jur shortly after the communist takeover he attempted to emigrate from communist Czechoslovakia in 1952 he was rearrested and sentenced to 10 years of imprisonment he spent more than five years in Jáchymov mines after the ... arrows 


Filip Paulech (1929)

born on May 1, 1929 in the village of Moravany nad Váhom as a nine year old boy, he lost his father and had to help his mother at the family homestead in 1949 he attended a public meeting, where members of the local government were elected there he interfered ... arrows 


Ján Zachara (1928)

born on August 27, 1928 1943 beginnings of his boxing career 1945 his father was sent to the concentration camp in Ravensbrück 1946 got to finals of All-Slavonic Championship in Prague 1952 won an Olympic gold in featherweight during the Summer Olympics in ... arrows 


Mária Ševčíková (1935)

Mária Ševčíková was born in 1935 in Hlohovec during the war her parents Michal and Barbora were hiding their acquaintances - a Jewish family of Sterns despite of exposing the whole family to danger, they still decided to take this risk the communists violently ... arrows 


Anna Foglová (1938) video clip available

born 1938 in Frankov (Velké Dorohostaje) in Volhynia a Volhynian Czech during WW2, her parents hid and fed seven Jews (the Tejtelmans, the Valešes) her father Josef Holátko served in the 1st Czechoslovak Army Corps 1947, the family remigrated to ... arrows 


Mgr. Petr Čapek (1936)

Born on December 26, 1936, in Prague Father and grandfather both parsons of the Czech Brethren Church Uncles the literary scholar Jan Blahoslav Čapek and philosopher Milíč Čapek Studied Evangelical Theological Faculty Parson in Mariánské Lázně, Merklín and ... arrows 


Eleni Mikušová roz. Stambolidu (1938)

born on 24 July 1938 in Kavalari, Greece in 1946 fled the Greek civil war with her mother to Macedonia her mother left her along with three siblings in Macedonia and returned to Greece to fight her father stayed in Greece and his fate remains unknown in 1949, ... arrows 


Emil Miko (1961)

born on 12 July 1961 since 1978 member of a cimbalom band 1982 birth of his first daughter 1983 wedding and birth of his second daughter 1986 quitting the band 1991 co-founded the band Kale 1995 first CD release: Rom Pop 1997 second release: Kale ... arrows 


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