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List of witnesses

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František Šulák (1928)

Member of the Radvanice Sports Club. Arrested because of the club’s resistance activities, although he was not directly involved in them. Held in the Kounicovy dorms in Brno. Flossenbürg concentration camp. Death march to Dachau. Electrician at Geological ... arrows 

Ing. Vladimír Šuman (1936)

born 17 October 1936 in Košice his father was a military judge his father was arrested by State Security following February 1948 his father was imprisoned in Reicin’s forced labour camp Vladimír Šuman was barred from attending grammar school for political ... arrows 

Marie Šupíková (1932)

born on 22 August, 1932, in Lidice witnessed the burning down of Lidice was detained in the Kladno grammar school was in a Nazi camp in Lódź went through Nazi re-education in Poznań and Boizenburg is one of the Lidice children that survived the onslaught ... arrows 

Antonín Šurýn (1946)

Was born on the 16th of March in 1946 in Vranovice in South Moravia. He was trained in milling. He studied at the high school of the Prison Service in Ostrov nad Ohří. Between 1967 and 1969 he worked as a warden in the prison of Příbram. From 1969 he had ... arrows 

Alena Šustková (1941) video clip available

born 25 January 1941 in Radonice nad Ohří family persecuted during the collectivisation 4 May 1953, her father Josef Nims was sentenced to four months in prison 16 July 1953, the family was expelled to Vikantice her father was landed with three more sentences ... arrows 

Sr. Mária Kandida Šustová (1934)

Born March 18, 1934 in the Vranov Čemerné Primary school she attended in Velato and in Trebišov In September 1948 she entered the Congregation of the Sisters of Saint Dominic - b. Imelda in Kosice On 7 March 1950 she took robes and 30 August 1950 was deported ... arrows 

Lubor Šušlík (1928) video clip available

born 1928 in Most his father was an officer and a former legionnaire from Russia boy scout, nickname Bill during the war founded the club Prague Five under the Czech Tourist Club conscripted to Todt organization, digging trenches in the Hlučín region april ... arrows 

Miloslav Šváček (1941) video clip available

Born on February 2, 1941 in Střítěž nad Ludinou The family was persecuted during collectivisation of agriculture Since 1969 a leader of the catholic youth section of the Czech Esperanto Union In 1969 - 1977 a leader of the summer camps of the catholic ... arrows 

Adolf Švadlenka (1929)

born March 21, 1929 in Blížňovice studied a secondary technical school, worked as a design engineer son of Adolf Švadlenka who was an important co-worker of the paratrooper group SILVER A and a prominent figure in the resistance movement in the Pardubice region ... arrows 

Stanislav Švarc (1925)

born in 1925 in Ukraine in the village Vyshechadayevskiy-sakharniy zavod his mother was Polish, his father was a Czech the family survived the famine his father Stanislav Švarc Sr. was arrested in 1937 based on a false accusation and executed two months later ... arrows 



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