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List of witnesses


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First Lieutenant Josef Brabenec (1921)

born January 2nd, 1921 in Záwidow in the Volyně region Josef Brabenec participated in the resistance movement under the leadership of illegal organization of Volyně Czechs called Blaník witnessed mass murders of Jews on the chalk mountain fought in the 3rd ... arrows 


Otto Brádler (1930)

born 26 April 1930 in a Czech-German family living in the Jizerské Mountains two older brothers, family lived from the land older brother was drafted to the Wehrmacht, after WW2 drafted to the Czechoslovak army, but he fled into emigration in Australia at 15 ... arrows 


Barbara Edith Breindl (1939)

born July 6th 1939 in Sokolov underwent the Brno death march highschool in Hannover sister in a convent returned to Czech republic in 1995 ... arrows 


Eugen Brindziak (1946)

1946 born in Jelšava; 1963 passed musician exams and gained his first job as a musician in Starý Smokovec; 1984 began his professional career as musician abroad – in Vienna; 1986 began to perform in the Piroška Culture House – in Munich; 2001 together with ... arrows 


Hedvika Brixová (1928) video clip available

born on the 12th of February 1928 in Tomíkovice (Domsdorf in German) spent most of her life in Kobylá nad Vidnavkou (formerly known as Kobylá, or Jungferndorf in German) German nationality brother Edwin died while fighting for the wehrmacht brother Alfred ... arrows 


Naděžda Brůhová (1925) video clip available

Born September 13, 1925 in Moskovschina in Volhynia 1942 – Saved from forced labour July 25, 1944 – Joined the 1st Czechoslovak army corps during its formation, member of the 1st brigade Served as a signaller Krosno, Machnówka, Carpathian-Dukla operation ... arrows 


Tadeusz Brzeziński (1929)

born in Lvov on 27 October 1929 in 1933 his family moved to Kołomyja (Ukrainian: Kolomyia) in May 1945, Tadeusz Brzeziński went to the “Regained Lands” in 1950, he started working as a teacher at a primary school in Herburtowo near Krzyż until his retirement ... arrows 


Imrich Bugár (1955)

Born on April 14, 1955, in Slovakia in a Hungarian village near Dunajská Streda At fourteen, without any training, he won in a regional discus throwing competition and continued in junior representation In 1974 he joined Dukla Praha where, after his military ... arrows 


Tadeusz Bukowy (1929)

born on 26 January 1929 in Sambor (Lviv voivodship, Second Polish Republic in August 1944 he became a courier for the Polish Home Army between Sambor, Drohobych and Boryslav on 9 May 1945 he had been arrested by the NKVD in August 1945 he was sentenced to ten ... arrows 


Fotis Bulguris (1935) video clip available

born 7 December 1935 in the village of Chiliodendro (Kastoria, northern Greece) Slavic Macedonian in Greece his father lost an arm during the civil war in Greece his mother was nearly beaten to death by government soldiers the family emigrated from Greece ... arrows 


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