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František Žebrák (1926)

born November 27, 1926 in Koblov in the Hlučín region as a resident of the Hlučín region he became a citizen of the German Third Reich as a result of the Munich Agreement drafted in the Wehrmacht in February 1944 training in sappers’ units in Wroclaw fighting ... arrows 

Ing. Zdeněk Žert (1922 - 2016)

born 6 December 1922 into a farming family in Bříství near Kolín during the war, the family supplied food to families persecuted by the Nazis his father Karel Žert cooperated with the resistance fighter Josef Mašín on Operation Benjamin his father was also in ... arrows 

Second Lieutenant (ret.) Václav Žitný (1925) video clip available

Born on 24th December, 1925 in a village of Ledochovka in Volyn On 12th April, 1944 joined establishing 1st Czechoslovak Army Troops in Rovno Served as a submachine gunner at the 1st brigade of the 3rd Battalion of the 3rd company Participated in Karpaty-Dukla ... arrows 

Major František Živěla (1914 - 2005)

born 27 September in Brno active sportsman – football SK Židenice, FK Slezská Ostrava, ice hockey DTJ Brno, HC Poprad; football team in the French Legion 1937 joined the Czechoslovak police in Ostrava after the Munich agreement helping refugees cross the border ... arrows 

Jaruška Žolčáková (1929)

1929 – born in Prague 1945 – helped with the treatment of the wounded during the Prague uprising in the Ruzyně penitentiary After the war worked in the municipal administration Studied at the Faculty of Pedagogy ... arrows 



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