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List of witnesses of project 'We're not alone: the stories of our minorities'


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Anita Alblová (1936)

In 1936 born in Zelená Hora (Kraslice) Between 1946 and 1948 ran away from displacement Lived with her uncle in Klingenthal 1950 to 1952 – apprenticeships in a field of needlework 1950 to 1959 singed with a band Rigoletto In 1960 her first daughter Andrea ... arrows 


Kiril Berovski (1952)

born in Sofia on 19th October 1952 between 1958 and 1973 he played football, later worked as a coach in 1970 he finished his high-school final exams and enrolled in a study programme at Sofia’s Faculty of Sports between 1970 and 1972 he did his mandatory ... arrows 


Miroslav Brocko

born 5 August 1946 his father JUDr. Karol Brocko and his relatives participated in the Slovak National Uprising his father helped Jews move their property out of the country during WW2 Karol Brocko was accused of high treason, but he died before the trial took ... arrows 


Ludmila Fialová (1933)

1933 – born in Vienna in 1938, the family moved to Burský Svätý Mikuláš Ludmila’s father executed during the war (1943) Ludmila and her mother moved to Hostinné in 1946 married for the first time in 1950 and moved near Nitra the marriage was unhappy, ... arrows 


Te Do Hoang (1950)

Born on 12 June, 1950 in a village of Hung Long in Vietnamese Socialistic Republic In 1968 he was chosen to study at the high school in the former CSSR He arrived to Ostrava on 20 August, 1968 In 1968 - 1969 done a course of the Czech language at the training ... arrows 


MUDr. Edib Jaganjac (1957)

born on 14 May 1957 in Sarajevo grew up Yugoslavia studied medical school in 1985 got married in 1992 obtained a specialization as a surgeon lived in besieged Sarajevo 1992-1993 served as a medical doctor in Sarajevo hospital criticized the functioning ... arrows 


Krzysztof Jaxa-Rożen (1936)

born 4 August 1936 in Warsaw 1940, his grandfathers died in Katyně under the hands of the NKVD his father was an officer in the Polish people’s army 1944, survived the Warsaw Uprising, when the family’s house was burned down and his relatives were displaced ... arrows 


RNDr. Kristina Jojková (1941)

Born in 1941 in a village of Lukové, region Sanok, in south-eastern Poland Parents of Ukraine nationality In 1946 escaped to Slovakia against increasing pressure of the Polish regime Spent a year in Eastern Slovakia with relatives In 1947 escaped to Prague ... arrows 


Mgr. Naďa Köhlerová (1944)

born on 2 September 1944 in Žilina to Věra Šaradinová, a Jew who had been in hiding in a cellar since 1942 after her birth, her mother was hiding with her in the mountains and later in a cellar in Žilina she only learned about her Jewish origin and about her ... arrows 


János Kokes (1952)

Born on 19 October, 1952 in a village of Horna Kralova in a region Šaľa, in the South of Slovakia Parents of Hungarian nationality In 1972–1977 studied languages at the philosophical faculty in Bucharest After 1975 entered the communist party After 1977 ... arrows 


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