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List of witnesses


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Bohuslav Andrš (1926)

born 1926 in Czech Alexandrovka, near Odessa, Soviet Union from a family of Czech post-White Mountain exiles his father was persecuted by the Soviet Union and then deported to Siberia in 1938 between the years 1941-1944, lived in his home village under German ... arrows 


Antonis Arabadzis (1936)

born 1936 in a village in northern Greece wounded by a bomb during the civil war, arrived in Czechoslovakia with blood poisoning learned Czech quickly, stayed in touch with the Greek community lost his leg and learned to walk with a prosthetic bandager ... arrows 


Tanasis Avukatos (1962)

Born in 1962 in Jeseník. Both parents were Greek. Lived in the Jeseník region until he was 18 years of age. Graduated from university in Prague. Worked in Olomouc for three years. 1988 immigrated to Greece. 1999 returned because of work. Married to a ... arrows 


Master Sergeant (ret.) Josef Babák (1925) video clip available

Born on 1. 8. 1925 in the Volhynian village of Moldava Managed to evade forced labor in Germany 20. 3. 1944 – joined the 1st brigade of the newly created 1st Czechoslovak army corps Trained in Rivne and Chernivtsi Served with the motorcycles of the combined ... arrows 


Růžena Babičová (1922)

born in 1922 in Frélichov a Moravian Croat the family was moved to the town of Húzová in northern Moravia in 1949 they returned to southern Moravia in 1962, settled in Břeclav they spoke traditionally Croatian in the family, kids speak Croatian as well ... arrows 


Lieutenant Alfred Bäcker (1921 - 2012)

Alfred Bäcker was born in September 1921 in Budweis he grew up in a Czech-German environment he attended a German elementary school and later a German grammar school he graduated in 1939 trained as a telephone operator in Nuremberg he was drafted to the ... arrows 


Ingeborg Bahrová (1933) video clip available

born 1933 in the village Kamenné (Steingrund in German) German national extinct village Kamenné (Steingrund in German) her brother Helmut drafted to the wehrmacht when he was fifteen years old the family was not included in the forced expulsion of Germans ... arrows 


Petr Bachrach (1929)

He was born on February 5th 1929 in the Polish town of Bielsk He ran away to Slovakia in 1939 All of his family members died in concentration camps He escaped from the concentration transport and joined a group of partisans He participated in the Slovak ... arrows 


Gabriela Bairova-Stoyanova (1955) video clip available

born 1955 in Sofia (Bulgaria) her father was imprisoned for half a year in the late 1950s the family lived in exile in Dobrudza for 6 years graduated from philology at the Clement of Ohrid University of Sofia refused collaboration with the secret police ... arrows 


Second Lieutenant Jiřina Bajborová (1925)

born November 15th 1925 in the village of Zdolbunov in Volhynia May 1944 joined the Czechoslovak army in Rovno, as a radio operator in the 3rd brigade, trained in Romanian Sagadura she considers the period spent on the spot height 1304 in the mountain terrain of ... arrows 


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