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List of witnesses

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Alžběta Zdražilová (1928)

born August 18th 1928 in Humenné in a Jewish family 1930s the family moved to Carpathian Ruthenia in search of work 1939 Hungarian occupation of Carpathian Ruthenia interned in Hungary and then in the Stutthof concentration camp survived Auschwitz, she was ... arrows 

Eva Zelená roz. Reichová (1928)

Born on June 15, 1928, in Trutnov Since her birth she’s been living in Česká Skalice On December 14, 1942, she, her parents and her sister went from Česká Skalice via Hradec Králové to Theresienstadt They arrived in Theresienstadt on December 17, 1942 On May ... arrows 

Antonín Zelenka (1927)

born 13 January 1927 in Vladislav near Třebíč October 1945, began attending the Military Aviation Academy in Hradec Králové June 1948, graduated with the rank of lieutenant October 1948, dismissed from the army for political unreliability April 1949, ... arrows 

Zdeněk Zelený (1924)

born December 1, 1924 in Prague his father was a Russian legionnaire Roman Catholic family 1934 joined the Legio Angelica scout troop all scouting activities were banned under the Protectorate conscripted labour in Nuremberg: Hermann Göring Werke together ... arrows 

Dobroslav Zeman (1930) video clip available

born in 1930 in Jindřichův Hradec his father was a grammar school professor who was held in concentration camps during the war his grandparents were entrepreneurs who lost their store in the 1950s, his grandfather and his uncle were sentenced to three and a half ... arrows 

Vladimír Zeman (1946)

born 1 September 1946 his grandparents Zeman came from Stanová (near Vysoká nad Jizerou), they were executed for their anti-Nazi resistance activities his father Josef Zeman was an anti-Nazi resistance fighter, active in literature and politics - Czechoslovak ... arrows 

Vojtech Zeman (1930)

Vojtech Zeman was born on March 28, 1930 in Nová Baňa; in summer 1948 he applied to Salesian novitiate in Hronský Beňadik; during the night of April 13 - 14, 1950 together with other priests and students he witnessed the communist Action K; along with others, ... arrows 

Lieutenant Colonel (ret.) Jiří Zenáhlík (1921)

was born on May 20th in 1921 in Tábor in October 1943 he was brought to Berlin on forced labor from where he had escaped in the summer of 1944 to France zhen in England, he joined the army and in November 1944 he was put on in France, in a troop on reserve ... arrows 

Miloslav Zídka (1934) video clip available

Born on 15 November, 1934 in a village of Lensedly near Říčany 1940–1948 elementary school in Hrusice and secondary school in Mnichovice 1951 the father was pronounced gulag, arrested and imprisoned 1953 family was violently evicted from Lensedly in the ... arrows 

Margita Zimanová (1942) video clip available

Margita Zimanová, nee Valentová was born on February 2, 1942, in Bratislava her father worked in the Ministry of the Interior and her mother was a housewife on December 8, 1951, her uncle Vojtech Danko fled to Austria, later he lived in Germany and in the USA ... arrows 



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