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List of witnesses


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Ing. Alexandra Slačálková, roz. Gutinová (1922 - ????)

was born on 1st September 1922 in Łódź into a Polish Jewish family a family escape to the Soviet Union as far as Kazakhstan studies at a university in the USSR after the war she married and moved to Czechoslovakia ... arrows 


Anastasie Slaněc (1913 - 2010)

Granddaughter of the original colonizers She was born on May 12th, 1913 in the village of Pavlovka. Her first husband was murdered by two runaway adventurers in 1933. She experienced the collective farming period and recalled some of the victims of this time. ... arrows 


Colonel (ret.) Julián Slepecký (1928)

born in Galicia sent for labor in Germany At a collection camp in France, he managed to escape transportation to the Soviet Union Arrested for attempting to escape across the border in 1951 Sentenced to twenty years, two attempts at escaping from prison ... arrows 


Margita Sloupová (1955)

Born on 11 May 1955 in Krušcica in former Yugoslavia A member of the Czech minority in Serbia Got married in Czech Village (Češko Selo) having completed school Makes her living farming Lives in Češko Selo to this day ... arrows 


Matthias Slunsky (1925)

born 1925 in Frélichov spoke Croatian at home, learnt Czech and German at school 1943, drafted into the German army, stationed in France end of the war, returned to Frélichov 1948, he and his wife emigrated to Austria ... arrows 


Rosa Slunsky (1928)

born 1928 in Nový Přerov both her parents were Croats, they spoke Croatian at home 1948, she and her fiancé emigrated to Austria ... arrows 


Helga Smékalová (1930) video clip available

born 28 October 1930 in Olomouc father Rudolf Deutsch of Jewish origin mother Hedvika Deutsch of Czech origin her aunt Ida emigrated to Palestine in March 1939 her family’s house in Olomouc was aryanised her father died in hospital in April 1945 her ... arrows 


Ing. Karel Smolek (1928)

1928 – born in Tušt his bilingual family lived in the border region of Vitoraz 1938 – his parents registered as German nationals 1943 – completed elementary school May 1945 – his father and aunt were interned and sentenced by people’s court for alleged ... arrows 


Eva Smolková-Keulemansová (1927) video clip available

born 27 April 1927 into an assimilated Jewish family in Prague-Libeň 6 March 1943, deported to the Terezín ghetto December 1943, deported to the Auschwitz concentration camp June 1944, transferred to Dessauer Ufer CC, then to Neugraben CC April 1945, moved to ... arrows 


Hedvika Smržová (1930) video clip available

Born in 1930 in Horní Hoštice (Ober-Gostitz) A German national Witnessed a prisoners’ march of death from the concentration camp Birkenau From 1948 to 1950 moved to work in Bedihošť near Prostějov Her aunt, Marta Lorenz, was interned as a nun in Bílá Voda ... arrows 


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