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List of witnesses


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Alexander Speiser (1928)

Born on October 12, 1928, in Nové Zámky, Slovakia Jewish religious family, four sons, father a merchant 1930-1938 living in Český Těšín Autumn 1938, return to Nové Zámky Father obtained false Czech documents for the family May 1944, ghetto in Nové Zámky ... arrows 


Petr Spielmann (1932)

German-Jewish community in Brno saved from transport air strikes in Brno father in a concentration camp in Oslavany post-war deportation of Germans from Brno anti-Semitism in the Fifties Marxists at Masaryk University in the Fifties met with O. ... arrows 


Master of Fine Arts Wolfgang Spielvogel (1945)

Born on 30th August, 1945 in Barzdorf 1946 his parent were evicted with their baby to Heidenman in 1964 graduated then studied philosophy, German and theater studies in Munich and Vienna in 1972 obtained a PhD. in theatre science, first as a director, then as ... arrows 


Ing. Jan Spira (1934)

born in 1934 in Pilsen his father was of Jewish origin, his mother was a German after 1939 he was expelled from school due to his race eviction from their apartment, his father was demoted from a managerial position to an unskilled worker further anti-Jewish ... arrows 


Aristidis Spiropoulos (1943)

born 1943 had to leave Greece when he was four years old with his mother and younger sister got to Czechoslovakia via Albania and Poland together with his mother and other relatives lived in Jindřichov in the Krnov district working as an electrician married ... arrows 


Jindřiška Sporková (1925)

born 1925 in Bublava during WW2, forced labour in Kraslice 1945-1946, the expulsion or emigration of most of her family to Germany 1947, birth of her daughter Vlasta changed her name to Jindřiška Sattlerová 1948, married Václav Spork 2005, moved to Rotava ... arrows 


Josef Srkal (1932)

Was born in 1932 in the village Moštěnice in Volhynia Spent his childhood in Volhynia Pacifist father deserted the Red Army Witnessed local war events in Volhynia 1947 - returned to Czechoslovakia Ran a farmstead in Bochov, Kašovice, Podbořany Lives in ... arrows 


Eli Stahl (1934)

born to a Jewish entrepreneur’s family in Bánovce nad Bebravou during the war, he and his mother were placed into a forced labor camp in Nováky in the winter of 1945 they were hiding in the mountains near Donovaly his father died in the Lublin ghetto in 1949 ... arrows 


Aneta Stankovičová (1935)

born probably in 1935 father a partisan, mother died while she was a child lived with her grandmother and younger sister came to Czechoslovakia from Buljkes children’s homes in Sobotín and Chrastava secondary business school in Prague met husband (from ... arrows 


František Stanzel (1931) video clip available

Born in 1931 in the Urlich settlement - Javořina (Staroměstsko) Today, he lives in Nová Seninka (Spieglitz in German) Is of German nationality His family was excluded from the banishment of the Germans They were relocated to Střelice (Uničov) in 1948 Since ... arrows 


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