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List of witnesses


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Blanka Andělová (1941) video clip available

born 19 December 1941 in Vsetín a member of the Sokol sports movement her father Ladislav Prokeš was arrested during WW2 for organising border-crossing groups for fugitives her father worked with the resistance groups of Josef Sousedík or Clay-Eva her father ... arrows 


Viorel Mihail Anghel (1953)

he was was born on August 6, 1953 in Caracal, Olt County he worked in Turnu Severin, in Drăgănești, and, starting with 1978, as a medical assistant in the laboratory of the city hospital in Caracal, where he was forced to participate in the cultural activities ... arrows 


Juraj Anoškin (1930) video clip available

he was born in 1930 and he inherited the noble title from both his parents firstly he attended the public school in Podolínec, then he continued studying in Stará Ľubovňa and he finished his primary education in Orava since the family used to move very often he ... arrows 


Colonel (ret.) Štěpán Antonij (1922 - ????)

born on 28 November 1922 in the village Kanora near Volovec in Subcarpathian Ruthenia as yet a student of Mukachevo grammar school he and a few friends decided to flee into the Soviet Union in 1939 he was arrested by the Soviet frontier guard, imprisoned for many ... arrows 


Emil Appl (1923)

Born on May 2, 1923 in Dolní Čermná near Lanškroun 1942: Drafted to the German army, joined the Organization Todt 1942-1944: Serving on the eastern front as a locksmith and road mender 1944-1945: Construction worker building a factory for Messerschmitt fighter ... arrows 


Gabriel Arieșanu

he is Greco-Catholic priest was arrested on 3 of March 1950 was sentenced to a year of prison together with other members from his church after detention activated in an underground organization of the church ... arrows 


Libuše Audrlická (1924)

Born on 17 February 1924 Her father imprisoned for anti-Nazi activities in 1941 Left for forced labour deployment in Wroclaw in 1943 Married on 17 February 1944 Left the camp for her husband in Klodzko in March 1944 Returned to her parents in September 1944 ... arrows 


Jan Aust (1922) video clip available

Born in 1922 in Hrabenov A member of the Czech war-time community in Šumperk (Mährisch Schönberg in German) Sentenced to nine months in prison in 1942 for anti-German statements Sentenced to three months in prison in 1943 for slander of a girl of German ... arrows 


Miluše Axamitová (1929)

Her maiden name was Hesová She was born in 1929; she comes from Zemětice village by Merklín After her graduation from the Teaching institute in Plzeň she worked as a teacher on several grammar schools in West of Bohemia In Kdyně she met Antonín Axamit- the ... arrows 


Sonja Babej-Doelle (1945)

Soňa was born on September 30, 1945 in Poprad, Zuzana on February 6, 1948 in Levoča during the holocaust they lost grandparents from both mother´s and father´s side, as well as many of their relatives their father Ľudovít and mother Marta held a great grief for ... arrows 


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