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List of witnesses


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Athanasios Vidras (1951)

born 1951 in Czechoslovakia maintenance mechanic by craft 1975, assigned as an interpreter to a group of Cypriot Greeks 1980, returned to Greece ... arrows 


Lieutenant (ret.) Vjačeslav Viskočil (1927)

born 5th February 1927 in Malá Zubovština in Soviet Volhynia 1933 famine in Ukraine Czech school in Malá Zubovština December 1944, enlisted in the Red Army 1851st anti-air artillery regiment reached Berlin served 5 years as a sapper in Ural 1951, ... arrows 


Corporal Jiřina Vítková (1925)

born on 12th October 1925 in the Czech village of Mirohošť in Volynia in the family of a professor attended a Czech and a Polish school, didn´t finish the gymnasium because the war started her father took part in the activities of the resistance group Blaník, in ... arrows 


Marie Vítovcová (1928)

Born on June 15, 1928, into a Jewish family Non religious, fully assimilated Czech-speaking family After 1939 her father lost his job, Marie excluded from school, Sokol and Scout On December 10, 1941, the family deported to Theresienstadt ghetto On October 6, ... arrows 


Elefteria Vlachopulu (1934)

born on 12 March, 1934 in the village of Tarnovo (Prasino) in the region Florina in the Northern Greece Slavic Macedonian in Greece three brothers fought during civil war in Greece on part of the Greek Democratic Army (DSE) family emigrated from Greece ... arrows 


Aharon Eduard Vlček (1939)

born 30 November 1939 in Topoľčany Jewish family, three children 1942, deported to a labour camp in Nováky August 1944, left the camp and headed to Banská Bystrica hid in the mountains liberated by the Red Army returned to Topoľčany September 1945, ... arrows 


Jozef Vlk (1932)

born April 29, 1932 in the Czech village Český Boratín near the town of Luck in the Volhynian gubernia 1947 moved with his parents to the village of Chotíněves in the Litoměřice region under the program for re-emigration of Czechs from the USSR; graduated from ... arrows 


Anna Vlková (1936)

born May 21, 1936 in the Czech village Český Boratín near the town of Luck in the Volhynian gubernia 1947 moved with her parents to Czechoslovakia under the program for re-emigration of Czechs from the USSR, settled in the village of Chotíněves in the Litoměřice ... arrows 


Anna Vojtková (1955)

born 1955 in Šternberk comes from a family of Moravian Croats that has its roots in Nová Přerov although she was born after the Croats were deported, her mother tongue is Moravian Croatian, which she can still speak on a very high level ... arrows 


Jarmila Volfová (1949)

1948 her parents purchased the house in Rotava 1949 Jarmila Volfová was born into a Czech-German family 1953–1954 her father imprisoned in Jáchymov for helping political prisoners 1966 graduation from grammar school 1966–1970 employed in Čedok 1967–1969 ... arrows 


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