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List of witnesses


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Eva Bošková (1929 - 2016)

1929, born in Přerov father in the resistance group Defence of the Nation father arrested by Gestapo, died during WW2 mother arrested and sent to Auschwitz - she survived WW2 husband Pavel Bošek and their son - interrogated by State Security ... arrows 


First Lieutenant (ret.) Vladimír Bouz (1923)

born July 4, 1924 in Olšanka in eastern Volhynia 1944 – mobilized for the Red Army February 16, 1944 – joined the newly formed 1st Czechoslovak Army corps, 2nd paradesant brigade, 2nd battalion, 6th company training in Yefremov and Proskurov 1944 – fighting ... arrows 


Corporal Václav Bouzek (1923 - 2014)

Václav Bouzek was born in the village Maslenka in 1923, he is a Volynian Czech he underwent training in Lucko, later in Romania and Bukovina he was wounded during the fights at the Dukla Pass. Having recovered he was transferred back to the front in Slovakia, he ... arrows 


Corporal Josef Brabec (1924)

born in Volynia in Poland on January 3, 1924 witness of establishing Soviet collective farms in Volynia member of Czechoslovak Svoboda Army, the witness was an infantryman (machine gunner) took part in the fights at Makhnovka wounded in the battle of the ... arrows 


First Lieutenant Josef Brabenec (1921)

born January 2nd, 1921 in Záwidow in the Volyně region Josef Brabenec participated in the resistance movement under the leadership of illegal organization of Volyně Czechs called Blaník witnessed mass murders of Jews on the chalk mountain fought in the 3rd ... arrows 


Major (ret.) Otakar (Otto) Braun (1920)

born on 20. January 1920 in the family of a small Jewish businessman in Napajedla in the autumn of 1940 he and his brother left in one of the last Jewish transports for the Middle East He was an eyewitness of the sinking of the ship “Patria” – Autumn of 1940 ... arrows 


Colonel (Private First Class) Karel Brhel (1922 - 2006)

born in Krnov on August 6, 1922 lower Grammar School in Opava higher Grammar School with graduation exam in Hranice na Moravě Sokol club member in 1928-1940 forced labor in the Reich (Austria) flight to Italy in September 1943 Italian partisan guerrilla ... arrows 


Richard Brhlík (1938)

born 28th March 1938 in Hlohovec father, Antonín Brhlík, an artillery lieutenant father left to join the foreign army: Palestine, Great Britain, the USSR paratrooper training in the UK died 12th September 1944 at Dukla witness studied mechanical ... arrows 


Erich (Eliahu) Brodavka (1925 - 2011)

born in Ostrava into a mixed Czech-German Jewish family transported to Palestine witnessed the sinking of the Patria ship entered the Czechoslovak Army in Palestine fought at Tobruk and Dunkerque left to Israel with the Czech Military Contingent (1949) a ... arrows 


Naděžda Brůhová (1925) video clip available

Born September 13, 1925 in Moskovschina in Volhynia 1942 – Saved from forced labour July 25, 1944 – Joined the 1st Czechoslovak army corps during its formation, member of the 1st brigade Served as a signaller Krosno, Machnówka, Carpathian-Dukla operation ... arrows 


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