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List of witnesses


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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 


Staff Sergeant Jaroslav Balák (1927)

born 1927 in Rovno in Volyně attended a Czech school, in 1944 joined the Czechoslovak army in Rovno trained at the academy for NCOs in Sagadura in Bessarabia in August 1944 fights at Krosno fights at Dukla and Liptovský Mikuláš the end of the war found him ... arrows 


Magda Bar Or roz. Kopelovičová (1928) video clip available

born November 10, 1928 in the village Jasiňa in Carpathian Ruthenia Jewish family, speaking Yiddish and German introduced to the Zionist movement even before the war 1942 her father was transported to a labour camp and died April 1944 the rest of the family ... arrows 


Erwin Baránek (1925) video clip available

Born in 1925 in Hněvošice in the region of Hlučínsko Minority of the Moravci Sudice RAD (Reichsarbeitsdienst) Enrolled in the Wehrmacht in August 1943 Patrolled a sub-marine base in the port of La Pallice 16. 12. 1944 fell into captivity POW camps in ... arrows 


Mykola Baranovskij - Sokolovskij (1928)

born on the 1st of January 1928 in Český Straklov in Volhynia born into a Russian-Polish marriage – Russian father, Polish mother grew up in a Czech village in Volhynia frequented Czech school and was member of Czech organizations (Sokol) witnessed Soviet ... arrows 


Mária Baranyi (1974)

1974 was born in Diósjenő 1977–1993 lived in Alsópetény 1988–1993 learned in high school health professionals in Vác 1993–1998 nurse in the National Cardiology Institute, Budapest 1998–2008 worked in the family support service 2000–2005 studied at he János ... arrows 


Private First Class (ret.) Anastázie Barteisová (1927)

born in Volyn 5th May 1945 to 5th August 1945 served with whole family in the army, a cook May 1945 in Prague, three months in Žatec 3rd September 1945 requested to be demobilised, her family was given a mill 1945-1970 in Oblekovice married, moved to Znojmo ... arrows 


Edita Bártlová, roz. Tluková (1926)

born 9 March 1926, grew up in Brno comes from a mixed marriage, her father was German, her mother Czech raised by her grandmother until the age of fourteen aged fifteen, moved in with her mother, started working as a shop assistant at a haberdashery May 1945, ... arrows 


Emil Bartoš (1938)

Born on 5th September, 1938 in Končenice in today´s Croatia Went to the Czech school for six years Parents were farmers, took over their farm In 1958 - 1960 in the army in Varaždin and then Postojna in Slovenia After military service married Zdenka Husáková ... arrows 


Jiří Bartoš (1926)

born on 23 January 1926 in Belgrade, former Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes attended a Czechoslovak school before WW II witnessed the bombing of Belgrade by the Luftwaffe on 6 April 1941 lived through the occupation by the German army following the ... arrows 


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