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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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Reinhold Wornowski (1939)

He was born on 24th November 1939 in Szobruk After the Russian invasion, the family tried to escape It ended up encountering Soviet soldiers in the neighboring village Wornowscy returned home In March 1945, Mr. Reinhold's father was deported by the Russians

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Matthias Wraneschitz (1927)

born 1927 in Frélichov spoke Croatian at home, also used both German and Czech since his childhood 1944, drafted into the German army, served on the western front after the war, interned in a labour camp for Germans in Pilsen work duty in the mines around ... arrows 


Ing. František Wretzl (1919 - 2013)

born on 19 October 1919 member of the Catholic Scout troop "Legio Angelica" of Pater Metod Klement a war-time member of the revolutionary Scout troops (ROJ) arrested and interrogated by the Gestapo for a month held in the little fortress of the Theresienstadt ... arrows 


Rafaela Wróblewska (1923)

born on 6 November 1923 in the Polish village of Janczyki (now Kolybaivka) near Kamieniec Podolski (Kamianets Podilskyi) in 1932, a kolkhoz was established in the village, and her family farm was compulsorily incorporated into it in 1936, her family was deported ... arrows 


Elżbieta Wrzosek (1930)

She was born on 7 September 1930 in Mława In September 1939, the family left Warsaw and went to the East Elżbieta Wrzosek's mother with her small kids and sister settled in Stołowicze While the Jews were exterminated around Baranowicze and Słonim, the Wrzosek's

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Ilios Yannakakis (1931)

1931, born in Cairo, Egypt 1949, arrived in Prague children's homes: Velký Radošov, Zlaté Hory teacher of military reserves in Ostrava university in Olomouc 1968, Prague Spring, emigration since 1969, professor of history at the University of Lille ... arrows 


Ladislav Záborský (1921) video clip available

he was born on January 22, 1921 in the small town of Tisovec he studied at the grammar school in Banská Bystrica where his drawing teacher Krákora took notice of him and recommended him for further studies he got university education at the Slovak Technical ... arrows 


Zdena Zábrodská, roz. Krejčová (1936)

born April 8, 1936 in Spálené Poříčí near Pilsen her father lost his trade in 1950 enrolled in the nursing school in Pilsen in 1950 in 1953 she was expelled from school for having joined a protest rally against the curency reform in 1954 married and started a ... arrows 


Ludmila Zadníčková (1919 - 2014)

born 8 January 1919 in Želiv into a self-employed family trained as a dressmaker married the butcher Jaroslav Zadníček after the war, operated a butchery with her husband from 1950, supplied meat to an internment camp for priests in Želiv monastery ... arrows 


Magdaléna Zadorová (1919)

born on December 22, 1919 in Košice March 1940 she married Andrej Zador from Uzhhorod May 25, 1944 – she boarded the third transport to Auschwitz lived to see the liberation in Ravensbrück returned to Košice in June 1945 1946 her son was born lives in ... arrows 


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