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List of witnesses

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Nora Strejilevich (1951)

Born on 17th December, 1951 in Buenos Aires A writer and a high-school pedagogue of a Jewish origin During the last Argentinian dictatorship she was suspected by security forces in 1977 and was shortly kept in a concentration camp nicknamed the Club Atlético; ... arrows 

Anna Strelkov, roz. Hofmanová (1925) video clip available

born 29 August 1925 in the village of Teremno in Volhynia, Poland Czech origin attended nine years of primary school 1936/1937, started studying at a Czech foundation school in Lutsk experienced the Soviet and Nazi occupation of Ukraine worked for the ... arrows 

MUDr. Jaroslava Struková (1932)

born on September 8, 1932 in Uzhgorod in Carpathian Ruthenia 1939 – she and her parents fled from Hungarian occupation of Carpathian Ruthenia in the 1950s she faced problems with admission to the faculty of medicine of Masaryk University in Brno due to her ... arrows 

Adam Stupp (1927)

Born in Singen on May 15, 1927 Father was a businessman, mother was involved in the women's rights movement 1940 - Stupp attends the Academic Gymnasium at the Beethoven Square in Vienna Stupp has a passion for early art and literature In 1944, he evades the ... arrows 

Karel Suchý (1931)

Born on 23 June, 1931 in German Freiberg Spent childhood in Dresden children homes In 1940 moved to Prague with his mother to her new partner At the end of war captured by the gestapo Displaced to Germany three times Stayed in several camps for the ... arrows 

Grigor Sukalovský (1933)

born 1933 in Grache (now Ptelea), Kastoria district 1948, relocated through Albania and Yugoslavia into Czechoslovakia lived for a short time in children's homes, then began vocational schooling in the Praga factory worked in Královopolská strojírna, graduated ... arrows 

Walentyna Suryn (1915)

born in Molchadz’ (Polish: Mołczadź) (Navahrudak, Polish: Nowogródek, voivodship) on 28 July 1915 started to work as a teacher in 1936 in 1939, she was admitted to the Department of Pedagogy of the Lviv University, but she came back to Molchadz’ after the ... arrows 

Captain (ret.) Eduard Svobodinský (1921)

Eduard Svobodinský was born on Febraury 10. 1921 in Volhynia region. his parents were farmers in the village of Volkov in 1944 he joined the Czechoslovakian army in Russsia his duty was to maintain connection between the staff and the observation point, he also ... arrows 

Bogusław Szumowski (1936)

born in Nesvizh (Polish: Nieśwież) on 8 January 1936 in April 1945, Bogusław Szumowski’s family left Nesvizh for Poland and went to the “Regained Territories” in fear of deportation to Siberia. already after the end of World War II, in May 1945, they reached ... arrows 

Marianne Šafaříková (1926 - 2017)

born December 29, 1926 in Flussberg her brother Franz was drafted in 1942 and then killed on the eastern front Marianne’s father went to combat at the end of the war she studied a vocational school during the last three years of the war then worked as a ... arrows 



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