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List of witnesses

Here you can search witnesses by their names and also by a remarkable year which is connected to witnesses' memories.
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František Vácha (1942)

Born in 1942 in Drážkov In the end of the 1950s, he wasn't able to study at a secondary school He studied extramurally at an agricultural school while he was in the army and later during his occupation An agronomist in the JZD – „Svatý Ján“ in Drážkov After ... arrows 


Mgr. Marek Vácha (1966)

Born on 14 September, 1966, in Brno 1971 began as an altar boy at the Church of St. Thomas in Brno 1976 - the first camp in the village of Skála 1981 - the first tent camp in Soví hať near Mysletín 1990 - graduated from the Faculty of Sciences in Brno 1990 ... arrows 


Ludmila Váchalová (1936)

born 18 August 1936 in the town of Volyně in the foothills of the Šumava Mountains 1950, her brother Josef Hrdlička was arrested for attempting an illegal border crossing her brother founded the prison resistance group West-Svatopluk Ludmila Váchalová helped ... arrows 


Pavel Vais (1921 - 2014)

born on July 20, 1921, into a Jewish family in Prague beft grammar school and went to England a tailor by profession, he joined the Czechoslovak army trained as sapper deployed at Dunkirk, served as a driver demobilized after the war family was murdered ... arrows 


Irena Valášková (1923) video clip available

Born on 2 May, 1923 in Dlouhomilov In 1932 the family moved to Doubrava in Cieszyn region In October 1938 the family was chased from Doubrava by the Pols Since 1944 they hid partisans in their house in Dlouhomilov Witness worked as a connection of partisans, ... arrows 


Stanislav Vale (1930) video clip available

born in Rakalj in 1930 war surviver worked for Germans with his father after the War his family has went to Italy he stayed but in novembar 1954. he escaped by boat bearly survived that journey came back home after two years as his wife stayed in Pula ... arrows 


Ivo Valent (1964)

born 26 August 1964 in Prague his mother was a journalist at the Czech Press Agency, his father worked at Czechoslovak Radio August 1968, his mother was detained by Soviet soldiers inside the Parliament together with members of parliament his parents lost their ... arrows 


Jindřich Valenta (1935)

born in 1935 entered the Scout Movement after WW2 after February 1948, joined in resistance activity arrested, sent to the uranium mines for seditious activity after his release, manual labour 1968, helped renew Scouting after 1989, Deputy Group Leader of ... arrows 


Mgr. Jiří Valenta (1927)

Originates in a family of village teachers Studied at the Theatre Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (DAMU), the field of dramaturgy IN the 1950s, he worked as the play wright of the regional theater in Hradec Králové, he was the editor of the ... arrows 


Josef Valenta (1921 - 2011)

born October 23, 1921 in Hlinsk in Volhynia March 15, 1944 joined the 1st Czechoslovak army corps in Rovno assigned to the mixed reconnaissance section of the 1st Czechoslovak independent brigade went through the Dukla Pass after the war became a member of ... arrows 


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