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List of witnesses

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Hanuš Šnábl (1928 - 2007)

of Jewish origin, from a Prague burgher family as a child saved by Nicolas Winton attended grammar school in Great Britain after 1948 fired from editorial staff of the Motorworld magazine PTP (Hard labour technical squads) work in coal mines emigrated to ... arrows 

Jiří Šnajdr (1933) video clip available

born April 23, 1933 in Doloplazy began organizing Christian prayer meetings in Mikulovice as part of the charismatic movement 1983 in Šumperk sentenced to 10 months of suspended sentence news of the trial broadcast on Radio Free Europe, Voice of America or ... arrows 

Miroslav Šolc (1918 - 2016) video clip available

born in 1918 in Řepiště near Místek joined the 8th infantry regiment in Místek in 1937 as a group commander he secured the border garrisons by Jemnice and in Kopytov near the Polish border took part in a gun battle with the German 84th infantry regiment in ... arrows 

pastor František Šotola (1928)

Born on October 12, 1928 Spent his childhood in Trhová Kamenice, during the occupation was a pupil at primary school Witnessed dramatic events in Trhová Kamenice in May 1945, guerrillas attacking German columns Student at high school after the war and since ... arrows 

Jiří Šoustar (1925) video clip available

born 1925 in Horní Bobrová member of Boy Scouts and Sokol amateur theatre Pokrok (“Progress”) grammar school in Velehrad trial with Jindřich Kunčík and Co. court in Uherské Hradiště sentenced him to 2,5 years of imprisonment prison in Uherské Hradiště ... arrows 

Antonín Špaček (1917 - 2007)

Born on May 23rd, 1917 in the village of Hradčany in the Prostějov district. From a large family, three brothers served as legionaries in WWI. In 1937 joined the Army. During the mobilization of 1938 commanded a machine-gunners platoon as a sergeant cadet in ... arrows 

Mgr. Josef Špak (1929 - 2016)

born July 10, 1929 in Litomyšl pastor and patriarch of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church (CČSH) practicing music and singing since he was a child, a Scout studied theology, September 4, 1952 ordained a pastor from 1954 serving in the CČS(H) congregation in ... arrows 

Antonín Španinger (1926 - 2010)

born May 26, 1926 in Přísečná, Český Krumlov district as a teenager he played soccer for the club Meteor in České Budějovice October 1, 1948 – started his basic military service in České Budějovice October 20, 1948 – assigned to the ice hockey team of the Army ... arrows 

Mgr. Jan Špilar (1964)

Born on 3 September, 1964 in Pardubice In 1975 due to his father banned from any secondary school studies In 1979 started a training, interrogation with the secret police Worked as a make-up man in the National theatre and in movies (for ex. Amadeus) Served ... arrows 

Vasil Špir (1922)

Born on February 20, 1922, in Carpathian Ruthenia. Fled to the Soviet Union in 1940. Arrested and sentenced to three years in Gulag. Worked in the coal mines of the Vorkuta labor camp. Released in 1942 and sent to Buzuluk to join the Czechoslovak Army ... arrows 



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