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List of witnesses

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Ing. Iva Zajíčková-Stafová (1948)

born on March 9, 1948 in Brno her grandfather lost his farm in Ždánice in the collectivization process in the 1950s participated in cycling races with the sport club TJ Favorit Brno the family was persecuted due to her father who had left the Communist Party ... arrows 

Petr Záleský (1927)

born June 21, 1927 in Mutěnice learnt the shop assistant’s trade, in 1947 went to Prague in 1949 began his military service in Prešov, then assigned to work in the Dukla Mine in the Ostrava region married Julie Trávníková in October 1953 disseminating ... arrows 

Vlastimír Zamastil (1930) video clip available

born January 2, 1930 in the village Lhůta (Vysoké Mýto) the family was persecuted during the collectivization process from September 1951 till March 29, 1954 served in the 68th Auxiliary Technical Battalion in 1952 his father Josef Zamastil spent four months in ... arrows 

Ivo Zapletal (1934 - 2014) video clip available

Born in 1934 in the village Krčmaň Witnessed the liberation of Krčmaň in 1945 His uncle, Ladislav Loveček, was involved in the so-called Krčmaň affair Studied at a grammar school under the auspices of the Kroměříž Archbishop Persecution of his family during ... arrows 

JUDr. Jiří Zapletal (1917)

born March 22, 1917 in Brno a member of Sokol from 1937 studying law at the university in Brno direct witness of student arrests and the closing down of Czech universities in autumn 1939 interned in concentration camp Sachsenhausen, released after one year ... arrows 

Milan Zapletal (1924 - 2013)

Born on October 23, 1924, in Velké Bílovice His brother Libor Zapletal became a paratrooper in the Bivouac group, was landed in the Protectorate but shortly after his landing arrested and forced to cooperate with the Gestapo, he pretended to cooperate and ... arrows 

Jan Zavřel (1920)

born January 1, 1920 in Brno structural engineer detained in Villach, Klagenfurt, Dachau and Mauthausen worked as a structural engineer in KT Mauthausen; his fellow prisoner was Antonín Novotný liberated by Americans from KT Mauthausen remained apolitical ... arrows 

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 



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