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List of witnesses


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Šošana Cachor (1925 - 2016)

born January 23, 1925 in Nitra in a Jewish family her parents did not have Czechoslovak citizenship temporarily evicted from their home in November 1938 attending a re-education course in the Zionist group Bnei Akiva from 1939 left for Palestine with her ... arrows 


Staff Sergeant Josef Carboch (1924 - 2012)

born 1924 in Ukraine father was a legionary and veteran of Zborov, very patriotic family graduated at the Czech matricular school in Volyn with brother joined the tank brigade of the Czechoslovak Foreign Army fought at Dukla and in the Ostrava Tank Battle ... arrows 


Ingeborg Cäsarová (1936) video clip available

born on September 2, 1936, in Bohumín both of her parents were German nationals her father František was interned after the war in Ostrava the family was interned in Svatobořice from April 1947 to August 1949 internment in Mohelnice from August 1949 to ... arrows 


Marino Caviccioli (1927)

born 15th September 1927 in the village of Ravarino, Italy partisan resistance against the German army took part in the fighting at Modena 1951, emigrated to Czechoslovakia employed in forestry, agriculture and the industry accepted Czechoslovak citizenship ... arrows 


Zofia Ciesielska (1931)

born on 11 February 1931 in Drohobych (Lviv voivodship, Second Polish Republic) her father had been arrested in 1940, following which he was murdered in Kiev they were deported to Kazakhstan, where Zofia Ciesielska was forced to hard physical labor in ... arrows 


Leo Cieslík (1929)

born April 14th 1929 in Markovice , Ratiboř district German nationality during the war member of Hitlerjugend, in 1945 drafted into the army escaped from a transport to Dresden was at a refugee camp in Czechoslovakia searching for a place to settle – Hlučín ... arrows 


Ewa Cichy (1907)

She was born in 1907 in Radłowice Lwowski district) She completed secondary school and two-year Educational Course after the 1st Word War In 1930s together with her husband, her mother and brothers she moved to Warsaw When the 2n Word War started Ewa Cichy’s ... arrows 


Sergeant Věra Citterbergová (1926 - 2007)

born 26th June 1926, Volhynia née Větrovcová joined the Czechoslovak Foreign Army in 1944 anti-air defence, later a field medic brother Josef Větrovec and husband Jozef Citterberg also in the Czechoslovak army took part in the liberation of Czechoslovakia ... arrows 


Peggy Croydon (1930)

born 9 September 1930 in Prague as Peggy Štědrá her father was a Jew, her mother a Christian; one sister her father was a philatelist, his business sustained the family 1939, the business was confiscated, her parents formally divorced and lived separately ... arrows 


Pál Csáky (1956)

born on March 21, 1956 in Šahy in 1980 he finished his studies at the Faculty of Chemical Technology of the University of Pardubice in December 1980 as a soldier at the tank regiment in Strašice he witnessed events of the so-called action Krkonoše, which was ... arrows 


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