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List of witnesses


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Ekaterini Dimoschaki (1928)

born 5th May 1928 in Greek Macedonia father Greek, mother Slavic Macedonian 1945, left with her father to current-day FYROM/Republic of Macedonia 1948, left to Buljkes, Yugoslavia, after the borders were closed; met her husband there her mother and older ... arrows 


Bernard Dinter (1918) video clip available

Born on November 22, 1918, in Ludgeřovice Belongs to the ethnic group of the so-called “Moravci” In September 1938, conscripted to the Wehrmacht Brothers Josef, Rudolf and Engelbert served in the Wehrmacht as well Brother Rudolf was killed in March 1945 near ... arrows 


Jaroslav Dlouhý (1919)

born June 13th 1919 in Český Zawidów in the Volyně region 1941 had to join the Red Army autumn 1941 captured by Germans, but managed to escape hiding in Poland, then returning to Volyně 1944 joins the Svoboda´s army, trained in Romania, first combat ... arrows 


Hana Dobešová (1920)

1920 – born in Rychnov nad Kněžnou 1939 – graduated from grammar school in Hradec Králové home schooling of children 1941 – married František Müller May 1942 – registration in Hradec Králové December 1942 – deportation to the ghetto in Terezín working on ... arrows 


Nina Dobosharevich (1920)

Born on February 13, 1920, in Český Mstěšín in Volhynia Served in a Polish military unit 1939 – served as an army medic during the Fourth Partition of Poland Departure for Lublin and Krynic Arrested for a short while Journey with the Polish Army to France ... arrows 


Josef Dobrý (1925)

born in 1925 in Hlinsko, Zdolbunov, Volhynia during the Soviet occupation worked in agriculture during the German occupation in hiding after arrival of the Red Army into Volhynia registered at the Czechoslovak fighting unit paratroop training, served at the ... arrows 


Eva Dobšíková (1932 - 2015)

born 1932 in Vranovice her father Arnošt Zweigenthal was of Jewish descent her father shot himself on 15 March 1939 from 1941, Eva Dobšíková hid in the house of postmaster Kůrka in Vranovice for three years and four months after the war, studied at an ... arrows 


Anna Doubková (1924) video clip available

born on 22 May, 1924, in the village of Brestovac, Daruvar region, in former Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes (later Yugoslavia) passed five grades of municipal school operated as a liaison in the Moslavec brigade and later in the Jan-Žižka-from-Trocnov ... arrows 


Ferenc Dr. Horváth (1966)

1966 was born Sárospatak 1985 graduated from secondary school, Szerencs 1986 Sergeant Training School, Budapest 1986–96 worked Police Station of the 10th district 1996–2004 leader of pickets at the Budapest Police Headquarters 2002 law degree 2004–2006 ... arrows 


Ludvík Drahokoupil (1920)

was born on 27th December in 1920 in a village Česka Kolonie in Volyň. Drahokoupil had to enlist the Red Army, he took part in retreat to Moscow, but he was captured in autumn 1941 by Germans he was detained in camps Kremenčuk and Proskurov, his family succeeded ... arrows 


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