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Master Sergeant (ret.) Leo Žalio (1923 - 2014)

born on 23 October 1923 in a little town of Vianne in the southwest France his parents, originally from the South Moravia, came to France looking for work in 1921; they worked in a glass factory joined a partisan group which worked in France till 1944 in 1944 ... arrows 


Liselotte Židová (1930)

Born on September 13th, 1930 in Bruntál. Comes from a German-Jewish family. Due to their Jewish origins, her parents and she were driven out of their native village Leskovec nad Moravicí in 1938. Her family survived the war at their relatives' house in the ... arrows 


Second Lieutenant (ret.) Václav Žitný (1925) video clip available

Born on 24th December, 1925 in a village of Ledochovka in Volyn On 12th April, 1944 joined establishing 1st Czechoslovak Army Troops in Rovno Served as a submachine gunner at the 1st brigade of the 3rd Battalion of the 3rd company Participated in Karpaty-Dukla ... arrows 


Тамара Абуева (1947)

She was born in 1974 in Kazakhstan in Semipalatinsk province She got married in the 60´s Her family returned back to Chechnya in 1968 1994 – 1996 the first Chechen war; Urus Martan village 1999 – 2009 the second Chechen war; Cernovodsk village ... arrows 


Ing. Саид-Ахмед Султанович Гантимиров (1946)

born in 1946 in Almaty, Kazakhstan, USSR 1959 his family allowed to return to their home country 1965-67 working as a PE teacher in school 1967-73 studying at the Jambul Institute of Technology in Semipalatinsk; marriage 1973-1994 peaceful life in Chechnya ... arrows 


Адлан Адамович Музааев (1950)

He was born in 1950 in Kazakhstan into exiles family He began to attend grammar school in Alma Ata town, and then he continued in Chechnya He returned to his homeland with his family in 1961 1994 – 1996 the first Chechen war; Urus Martan village 1999-2009 the ... arrows 


Роза Музаева (1955)

born 1955 in Kazakhstan 1957, returned with her family to the Chechen-Ingush ASSR completed grammar school in Grozny, graduated from the Technical Institute in Makhachkala married in 1968 since 2000, cooperation with the Czech humanitarian organization Berkat ... arrows 


Любомир Полюга (1925) video clip available

1925 Born in Lviv 1941 Joined the OUN 1945-1946 In the underground. Agent and guard of Roman Shukhevych, leader of UPA (Taras Chuprynka) 1947 Seriously wounded and apprehended by the MGB for 18 months he was kept in various prisons in Rogatyn, Stanislaviv, ... arrows 


Ольга Попадин (1923) video clip available

Born on February 25th, 1923 in Lviv 1939 joined the OUN 1940 arrested and was sentenced to 10 years through her membership in OUN 1941 imprisoned at Brygydky in Lviv 1950 graduated university, arrested for a second time by the MGB and sent to gulag in ... arrows 


Ігор Попович (1933) video clip available

Feb 26 1933 born in Warsaw, Poland 1943 - studied in Ternopil gymnasium 1944 - emigrated to the city of Krynytsia, Western Halychyna, Poland. Later repatriated back to USSR. 1953-1960 - exiled to Far East, Khabarovskiy Kray, Russia 1954-1959 - studied in ... arrows 


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