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List of witnesses


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Jana Urbanová (1937)

born 10 November 1937 in Teplice from a mixed Jewish-Czech family, her father was a doctor in Osek near Duchcov autumn 1938, the family fled Osek after the annexation of the Sudetes her father set up a doctor’s practice in Mníšek pod Brdy c. 1940-1941, her ... arrows 


Inge Urbassek (1933)

Inge Urbassek, born on 18th February, 1933, lived in Jeseník following mobilisation in 1938 fled to Vidnava before the end of war fled again to Ostružná the father interned forced to leave the country became a druggist often visits Jeseník with her sister ... arrows 


Egon Urmann (1945)

Born on January 18, 1945, in Lenora in the family of a German glassmaker 1947 eviction to Včelnička u Kamenice nad Lipou 1951 - return to Lenora It took years to buy back their own house, the new inhabitants completely devastated their house Trained as a ... arrows 


Captain (ret.) Bedřich Utitz (1920 - 2017) video clip available

born November 20, 1920 in Vienna in a Jewish family 1939 emigrated to Palestine thanks to the Black Rose with the 200th antiaircraft regiment participated in the defence of Tobruk with the anti-tank battery took part in the siege of Dunkerque while on a ... arrows 


Marie Utli (1941)

she was born in 1941 as Marie Kusmičová a Croatian family from Nový Přerov (Nova Prerava) in 1948 the family was expelled to Huzová in North Moravia she still lives in Huzová; she is working on publicizing the question of Moravian Croats in the region she ... arrows 


Ľubomír Vacek (1932)

born in 1932 in Hlohovec studied at grammar school in Hlohovec strongly affected by generous help of his father during the WWII and his involvement in the Slovak National Uprising happened to be an unreliable person for the communist regime spent his military ... arrows 


Ing. Josef Vacke (1929 - 2013)

Born on 1 April, 1929 Czech family in Volhynia Czech School in Zdolbunov Executions of Jews during the war Burning down of villages Resettlement in Czechoslovakia in the fall of 1945 Agricultural University Worked in virology research of cereals and ... arrows 


Klára Vacková (1937)

born April 7, 1937 in Uzhhorod her mother came from a Hungarian-German family, her father was a Rusyn 1946 the family fled the Soviets to eastern Slovakia in 1951 she moved with her parents to Ústí nad Labem where she married and has been living to this day ... arrows 


Dionisios Vafiadis (1953)

born 1953 in Czechoslovakia parents came to Czechoslovakia in 1950 from a Bulgarian refugee camp father a former partisan and active member of the KKE, as was later Dionisios 1980s, repatriation emigrated to Australia after November 1989, returned to ... arrows 


Josef Valenta (1921 - 2011)

born October 23, 1921 in Hlinsk in Volhynia March 15, 1944 joined the 1st Czechoslovak army corps in Rovno assigned to the mixed reconnaissance section of the 1st Czechoslovak independent brigade went through the Dukla Pass after the war became a member of ... arrows 


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