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List of witnesses


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Judit Berki (1956)

1956 born to gipsy parents in Kisvárda, cc 1959 the family movid to Budapest, 1974 graduated in Imre Madach Secondary School, 1976 took uo flower arranging, cc 1980 earned a degree as a nursery teacher, cc 1982 moved to Bátonyterenye with her family, ... arrows 


Olga Berková (1924)

born on 1st July 1924 in Hradiště na Volyni, Ostrožec district during the war she worked at the farm and cared for wounded soldiers speaks about her experience with the Russian, Ukrainian and German soldiers witnessed the burning of the Czech village Malín in ... arrows 


Kiril Berovski (1952)

born in Sofia on 19th October 1952 between 1958 and 1973 he played football, later worked as a coach in 1970 he finished his high-school final exams and enrolled in a study programme at Sofia’s Faculty of Sports between 1970 and 1972 he did his mandatory ... arrows 


PhDr. Věra Bezecná (1922)

born February 18, 1922 in Vienna in 1938 repatriated to Czechoslovakia 1943 - 1945 worked in the Land Office in Prague 1945 - 1948 vice-chairman of the Všehrd Association of Czech Lawyers in 1948 interned in Ruzyně as a preventive measure in the same years ... arrows 


Nina Bilijenková (1929)

born 1929 in Chorov, Polish Volhynia lived in the Czech Mirohošť in Volhynia until 1966 her family was the target of repression after the Soviet occupation of Volhynia in 1939 a witness to deportation of Jews from Dubna to the place of their murder since ... arrows 


Věra Biněvská-Holuběva (1929)

Born on September 20, 1929, in Umaň, Ukraine (her sister Valentina Biněvská was born on 27 September 1925) 1942 – the Biněvski-Morozovič family arrives in Buzuluk, the site of the formation of the first standalone Czechoslovak military unit under the command of ... arrows 


Marie Blabolilová (1923)

born in Nebužely in Mělník region on July 13th, 1923 comes from a mixed Czech-German family her father, a Wehrmacht (Defence Force) soldier, died in Polish imprisonment in May 1945 she witnessed the behavior of the Soviet soldiers in the area populated with ... arrows 


Alžběta Blahutová (1942) video clip available

Born on 17 March, 1940 in a village of Růženec (German Rosenkranz) German nationality Sister Pavla got married to a dead soldier of German Wehrmacht Brother Richard and sister Pavla displaced from Poland to Germany Most family members were not displaced ... arrows 


Antonín Bohatý (1913 - 2010) video clip available

Born February 2, 1913 in Libánovka in Volhynia Was drafted in 1933 to the 8th uhlan regiment in Cracow During the war, the family saved the life of a Jewish girl Minďa – Milka (later married as Sobotková) They adopted Minďa as their own daughter and ... arrows 


Erich Böhm (1938) video clip available

born April 30, 1938 in Horní Lipov German national childhood in Domašov (now part of Bělá pod Pradědem) his father was in the Wehrmacht the family was not included in the deportation of Germans in 1948 forcibly relocated to the Třebíč region five months ... arrows 


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