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List of witnesses

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Hana Drori roz. Pollak (1931)

born on 4 November 1931 in Prague into a Jewish family following parents’ divorce grew up at her father’s family farm in Olbramovice in 1939 the farm was confiscated and she moved to Prague in December 1941 father was sent to Terezín; Hana followed him in ... arrows 

Oskar Dub (1924)

born in 1924 in Kadaň in a mixed-Jewish-German family the family fled to Prague in September 1938 after the occupation of the Sudetenland his father worked for the Jewish Community experienced anti-Jewish persecution in Prague autumn 1944 transported to ... arrows 

Václav Dubec (1929 - 2011)

born on 14th November 1929 in Volynia in the village of Ládovka 1944 joined the Czechoslovak army in the 1st tank brigade participation in the fights at Dukla, Krakow, Ostrava after the war settled in Bohemia, worked in the administration of the Federation of ... arrows 

Olga Dufková, roz. Urbánková (1940)

born 1940 in Slaný memories of her grandfather’s and father’s stay in Russia her father returned to Czechoslovakia after the October Revolution establishment of a bus transport company in the Slaný region talking about the life of her family during WWII ... arrows 

Nikolaos Dumalas (1942)

Born on the 6th of August 1942 in northeastern Greece. 1947 fled with his mother to Bulkes, his father died during the civil war. Spring 1948, arrived in Czechoslovakia with a transport of children. Until 1956 went through several children's homes. 1965 ... arrows 

Michal Efrat (1926)

born on 27 April 1926 in Moravian Ostrava as Evelina Schlachet into a Jewish family had an older brother Arnošt member of the Zionist group Tchelet lavan in 1938 was making arrangements to immigrate to Palestine in October 1939 her father was deported to a ... arrows 

Martha Elefteriadu (1946)

born in 1946 in Buljkes (Yugoslavia) grew up in Czechoslovak children’s homes studied medicine, or rather psychology had a musical career with her sister Tena as the duo Martha & Tena since 1970, almost a score of LPs and CDs of popular music, frequently with ... arrows 

Slavěna Eliášová (1943) video clip available

Born in 1943 in Podlísky in Volhynia A Volhynian Czech Uncle Vít was burned in Svatá nearby Buderaz Uncle Vladimír was imprisoned in a gulag nearby Vorkuta Grandfather Josef was murdered by Ukrainian nationalists In 1947, the family didn't re-emigrate to ... arrows 

Karel Ellinger (1928)

born 1928 in Brno mixed Czech-Jewish family in Pohořelice autumn 1938, fled from Pohořelice to Brno spring 1939, death of father 1939-1941, attended the Jewish grammar school in Brno 1943, transported to the Terezín ghetto Terezín, worked in a shoemaker’s ... arrows 

Marie Elšíková (1929) video clip available

born in 1929 in the village of Huta in Carpathian Ruthenia a Slovak national re-emigrated to Czechoslovakia in 1947 lived in the now extinct village Kamenná (Steingrund in German) now lives in Skorošice ... arrows 



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