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List of witnesses


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Lillian Schořová roz. Pipps (1920)

born in 1920 in England close to Stratford-upon-Avon worked as a civilian inspector of the British navy stocks during the war met a Czech soldier - Josef Schoř in 1940 married him in August 1941 their daughter Anna was born in 1944 left for Prague in the ... arrows 


Vladimír Schovánek (1923 - 2017)

born on February 7th 1923 in Podlísky village in Volhynia 1930-1934 he attended the grammar school in Podlísky village continued in grammar school in Rovno town in 1941 he started to visit a Ukrainian Gymnasium, but the school was closed the following year ... arrows 


Helmut Schramme (1933) video clip available

Born in 1932 to German parents in Dolní Lipka (German Niederlipka) Of German extraction His father, František Schramme, was drafted to the Wehrmachtu The Schramm family were exempt from deportation of the Germans In May 1945, two Soviet soldiers were shot at ... arrows 


Jiří Schreiber (1925 - 2012) video clip available

born 22 August 1925 in Lipník nad Bečvou until May 1940, attended a Jewish grammar school in Brno 26 June 1942, deported to Terezín together with his parents and brother - transport AAs, number 766 quartered with his father in the Sudeten Barracks 28 ... arrows 


Anna Schreiberová (1928) video clip available

Born on 15 April 1928 in Vranová Lhota Witnessed guerrilla actions of the Jermak group, a part of Kružilin–Fursenko Witnessed shooting of three men on 7 May 1945 by German troop in Vranová Lhota In February 1949 she entered the friary of the Congregation of the ... arrows 


Josef Schubert (1933)

born on 20 October, 1933 in Niesnersberg (Nýznerov) his mother was an accident, when he was very young so his grandparents (parents of the mother took care of him 5 younger siblings (three sisters and two brothers) - the youngest brother Helmut died during the ... arrows 


lieutenant, Ing. Viktor Schwarcz (1922)

born December 29, 1922 in a Jewish family in Košice member of the Zionist organization Betar military training in the organization Levente from the beginning of October 1943 till the end of October 1944 interned in a Hungarian labour camp (közérdekü ... arrows 


Stanislav Schwarz (1934)

born June 16, 1934 in Jindřichův Hradec comes from a mixed Czech-German family his father was involved in the resistance fighting against Germans during WWII Stanislav witnessed a staged finding of weapons in the priests’ seminary in 1951 after completing his ... arrows 


Anna Magdalena Schwarzová (1921 - 2017)

born March 14, 1921 in Prague a Jewish family converted to Catholicism from 1939 in Terezín throughout the war, escaped in 1945 after the war studying English and French at Charles University in Prague after February 1948 no longer permitted to study, worked ... arrows 


Dorothea Maria Schweitzer (1932) video clip available

born May 23, 1932 in České Meziříčí near Opočno German family, three children in October 1938 the family moved from České Meziříčí to her grandparents in Broumov in October 1938 moved to Nová Ruda in Silesia, but returned to Broumov about two weeks later ... arrows 


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