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List of witnesses


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PhDr. Hana Bouzková (1935)

she was born on 13th August 1935 in Benešov her father was executed by the Nazi on 29th June 1942 after the war, the family returned to Benešov from 1945 to 1950 she was active in the Scouting Movement she continued being active in the Scouting even after the ... arrows 


Záviš Bozděch (1929)

born 10 October 1929 member of a Scout patrol during the Prague Uprising 1949, was part to the preparations of an alleged putsch attempt sentenced to 2 years in prison labour camp Rovnost co-authored the poetry collection Přadénko z drátů (Skein of Wire) ... arrows 


Otto Brádler (1930)

born 26 April 1930 in a Czech-German family living in the Jizerské Mountains two older brothers, family lived from the land older brother was drafted to the Wehrmacht, after WW2 drafted to the Czechoslovak army, but he fled into emigration in Australia at 15 ... arrows 


Jiří Brady (1928)

Born in Nové Město na Moravě on 9 February 1928 Came from an assimilated Jewish family Mother Markéta Bradyová was arrested on the grounds of helping resistance movement members and deported to Ravensbrück in the spring of 1941 Jiří’s father was arrested in the ... arrows 


Sr. Claudia Brajerová (1921 - 2012)

Born in 1921 in Letanovce As a candidate continued her studies at the high school and post-novitiate at the Faculty of Philosophy in Bratislava In 1947 she took perpetual vows in the Congregation Sisters of the Divine Redeemer Some time studying in London In ... arrows 


Pavel Brázda (1926)

born 21 August 1926 in Brno grew up in the wealthy family of lawyer Osvald Brázda, his grandmother was Helena Čapková during WW2, forced labour as a forest workers helped renew the city as a volunteer employee of the Regional Secretariat in Brno 1945, ... arrows 


Karel Brhel (1922 - 2006)

born 6 August 1922 in Krnov 1942, forced labour in Austria 1943, drafted into the government army of the Protectorate 1944, deployed in Italy subsequently defected to the partisans 1944, crossed the Alps to France 1944-1945, saw combat with the ... arrows 


Ján Brichta (1928) video clip available

Ján Brichta was born on November 8, 1928 in Jablonové, Záhorie region, where he grew up in humble peasant family background he graduated from high school in Šaštín after graduation he decided to continue in pedagogical theology school in Šaštín, where he studied ... arrows 


Milan Brišš (1930) video clip available

Milan Brišš sa narodil v roku 1930 v obci Zákamenné na Orave otec, vojnový invalid, vlastnil obchodík so zmiešaným tovarom jeho chlapčenské roky najviac ovplyvnila 2. svetová vojna koniec vojny v roku 1945 znamenal pre Milanovu rodinu len dočasné vydýchnutie ... 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 


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