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List of witnesses

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Stanislav Vyskočil (1924)

born February 15th 1924 in Ukrainian Puchov parents originally farmers, in the 1930s their farm and property was confiscated December 23rd 1943 drafted in the Red Army as a sniper wounded at Rovno after his recovery he joined Svoboda´s Czechoslovak army in ... arrows 

Mgr. Tadeusz Wantuła (1950) video clip available

born August 5, 1950 in Bystřice his father Josef Wantuła spent three years in the Auschwitz concentration camp in 1968 and 1969 member of the strike committee at the Technical University in Brno witness of the protest rally in Brno on August 21, 1969 study at ... arrows 

Karel František Weinlich (1930)

brought up by his grandfather grandfather died new life with his mother involuntary member of Hitlerjugend farm work - waiting to be expelled fled from his mother several attempts to cross the border employed at Sfinx studied at the Theatre Faculty of ... arrows 

Edith Weitzenová (roz. Nettlová) (1924)

born May 7th 1924 in Dresden in a Jewish German-speaking family in 1930 the family moved to Liberec in Czech borderland in reaction to rising anti-Semitic mood the family moved to Prague parents shortly in a refugee camp, children in children’s homes father a ... arrows 

Private First Class (ret.) Viktor Wellemín (1923) video clip available

born 24th March 1923 into a Jewish family in Prague 16th October 1939 - left for Palestine imprisoned in Camp Sarafand 14th May 1942 - joined the army Tobruk, Dunkirk war wound during the attack of the 28th of October treated at St. Omer and in English ... arrows 

Věra Wiener, roz. Ledererová (1924) video clip available

Born in 1923 into a Jewish family in Volyně in the south of Bohemia 1934-1939 – studied at a grammar school in Strakonice 1939 – was accepted to the Aliyah School in Prague September 1939 – left on a train to Denmark 1943 – left on a ship to Sweden because of ... arrows 

František Winter (1935) video clip available

Born on December 17, 1935 in Malá Morava Of German origin Family owned a large farm Father František Winter was an antifascist Family was not included in the expulsion of Germans In June 1946 they had to move from their small farm in Moravia Since 1959, ... arrows 

Vilém Wodák (1951)

Vilém Wodák was born on 27 August, 1951 in Jihlava His mother, Marie Viktorie Medová, first married as Schützová, later Wodáková, was displaced as a mix marriage citizen Her son Ewald died in Vienna Her second son Vilém was born Vilém Wodák graduated from ... arrows 

Jiří Wonka (1950)

born 8 April 1950 in Dolní Branná family of Czech Germans grandfather and father were anti-Fascists Committee for the Defence of Sister-in-Law Eva Wonková hunger strike at Prague Castle in defence of his brother Pavel Wonka 26 May 1987, announced his ... arrows 

Matthias Wraneschitz (1927)

born 1927 in Frélichov spoke Croatian at home, also used both German and Czech since his childhood 1944, drafted into the German army, served on the western front after the war, interned in a labour camp for Germans in Pilsen work duty in the mines around ... arrows 



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