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List of witnesses

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Architect Jiří Vahala

Born in 1922 in Prague 1940-1944 - studied VŠUP 1945 - wedding After 1945 – worked as an architect at the land office After 1948 - work in Stavoprojekt, Association of Architects 1954-1965 – was working on orders for the agricultural cooperatives 1959 - ... arrows 

Ludmila Váchalová (1936)

born 18 August 1936 in the town of Volyně in the foothills of the Šumava Mountains 1950, her brother Josef Hrdlička was arrested for attempting an illegal border crossing her brother founded the prison resistance group West-Svatopluk Ludmila Váchalová helped ... arrows 

Jindřich Valenta (1935)

born in 1935 entered the Scout Movement after WW2 after February 1948, joined in resistance activity arrested, sent to the uranium mines for seditious activity after his release, manual labour 1968, helped renew Scouting after 1989, Deputy Group Leader of ... arrows 

Edvarda Valentová (1937 - 2017)

born July 5, 1937 her father Edvard Valenta was an editor of Lidové Noviny newspaper as a little girl, she spent the war years in Voznice from 1945 the family lived in Prague where her father worked as an editor of Lidové Noviny again December 2, 1948 – her ... arrows 

Eva Valentová (1947)

born on 23rd May, 1947 in a family of an engineer, Jiří Čermák the father worked in a factory Konstruktiva dealing with the purchase of agricultural crops fired from the company already a day prior to the Winning February due to sympathies with the dissolved ... arrows 

Augustín Valentovič (1923 - 2010) video clip available

he was born in 1923 in the village of Bohdanovce in Trnava region he spent his childhood together with his mother and sister Vilma without his father, who died when Augustín was just four years old he had always longed for education, books attracted him a lot ... arrows 

Matej Valocký (1925)

born on February 18, 1925 in Belá since 1941 he was apprenticed in a car repair shop in Martin, where partisans got their cars repaired on August 28, 1944 after declaring the general mobilization, he along with all members of the shop joined the army, siding with ... arrows 

Rostislav Valušek (1946)

Dissident and priest of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church. Born on 18th of July 1946 in Olomouc. His religious views were mainly formed by his grandmother and Sunday classes at the Czechoslovak Hussite Church. Wanted to become a painter, but instead studied to be ... arrows 

Prof. Ing., DrSc. Mirko Vaněček (1928)

born 7 September 1928 in České Budějovice helped his father, who was a member of the resistance group Loyal We Remain 9 May 1941, witnessed his father’s arrest, hid incriminating materials during a house inspection graduated from grammar school, began studies ... arrows 

Vítězslav Evermod Vaněk (1922)

July 16, 1922 born in Roudnice nad Labem 1941–1943 forced labour in Germany (for the Benzina refining plant) 1945 involved in peaceful displacement of Sudeten Germans in Roudnice nad Labem 1945–1948 leader of a youth organization of the Czechoslovak National ... arrows 



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