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List of witnesses

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Vlasta Vyhnánková (roz. Pavlanová) (1921 - 2015)

Born on December 17, 1921, in the Silesian town of Ostrava Worked as a seamstress in Ostrava before the war Fled from forced labour with a friend of her in 1939; was on the run via Poland to the Soviet Union; got caught by a Soviet border guard after crossing the ... arrows 

Milada Vykoukalová, roz. Vladyková (1927)

born on 24th July 1927 in Prague spent the war in Říčany u Prahy married Josef Vykoukal in 1948 following the communist coup her father was imprisoned for a year for being an entrepreneur her husband Josef and father-in-law were arrested for anti-communist ... arrows 

Petr Vymyslický (1931 - 2014)

Born May 4, 1931 in a Catholic family in Dolní Bojanovice. A member of Junák and a member of an illegal group from Bojanovice after 1948. Took part in anti-communist provocation and agitation activities. Involved in the events related to the murder of Alois ... arrows 

Svatava Vynal (1930)

born in 1930 in Prague her great-aunt was Hana Benešová, the wife of president Edvard Beneš her father was Josef Pisinger, during the WW II a member of the resistance organization Obrana národa, imprisoned in the 1950s her mother Marie Pisingerová was a writer ... arrows 

Eugénia Vyskočilová - Anoškinová (1929) video clip available

she was born in 1929 in Sečovce and both her parents were of noble ancestry she attended the school in Trstená, then she started studying at the grammar school in Žilina, later she studied at the business academies in Martin and Trenčín and she passed the leaving ... arrows 

Jan Vývoda (1924)

1924 – born in Hranice in Moravia 1942 – dismissed from grammar school and only graduated after the war 1949 – left to the Salesians in Kobylisy in Prague April 1950 – was interned in the Osek monastery in the course of the operation K September 1950 – ... arrows 

Bibiana Wallnerová (1932 - 2014) video clip available

she was born on December 14, 1932 in Bratislava; along with her sister Dorota she grew up in cultural environment; yet as a child she was confronted with the cruelty of war and after the February 1948 also with the brutality of the communist regime; Bibiana’s ... arrows 

Mgr. Tadeusz Wantuła (1950) video clip available

born August 5, 1950 in Bystřice his father Josef Wantuła spent three years in the Auschwitz concentration camp in 1968 and 1969 member of the strike committee at the Technical University in Brno witness of the protest rally in Brno on August 21, 1969 study at ... arrows 

Věra Weberová (1934) video clip available

born 10 January 1934 into a Jewish family in Brno 18 January 1943, whole family transported to the collection point at Uherský Brod 23 January 1943, arrival in Terezín in the Kinderheim in Terezín 23 October 1944, her brother Jiří and her father deported to ... arrows 

MUDr. Jarmila Weinbergerová (1923)

Born on March 21, 1923, in a Jewish family in Prague Attended grammar school before the war Since 1938, her family was racially persecuted Expelled from school in 1939, hand-over of personal belongings, moved from their apartment 24. 4. 1942 – her family was ... arrows 



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