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Miluška Zedníčková (1924) video clip available

born May 30, 1924 in Nižná Polianka her father Josef Břečka served in the Czechoslovak legions in Russia secret journeys to Ufa her father was a commander of the customs guard in the village Hutka the family had to move out of Slovakia in March 1939 Miluška ... arrows 


Josef Zelený (1921)

born on March 1st, 1921 in Poland after the outbreak of WWII took part in guerrilla resistance movement in Czechoslovak Army since spring 1944, Artillery officer fought in Carpathian-Dukla operation and at Jaslo fighting got injured a few times settled down ... arrows 


Helena Zemanová (1931)

Born on 29 December, 1931 in Zaritsk in Volyn Experienced the collectivisation, persecution and arresting the Polish intelligence Describes her personal experience with the Russians, Germans and the Ukrainians including the members of the Bandera group during war ... arrows 


Hildegarda Zemanová (1926) video clip available

Born in Nová Ves (Neudorf), Bartošovice v Orlických horách, in 1926 Czech father and German mother Father Josef was taken prisoner in Russia in World War I Freikorps’ assault on Finance Guard in Nová Ves in September 1938 Member of the Bund Deutscher Mädel ... arrows 


Georgia Zerva (1946)

born 1946 in Buljkes, Yugoslavia children’s homes in Czechoslovakia studied Modern Greek and Russianistics at the Faculty of Art of Charles University in Prague worked at Czechoslovak Radio, later as a teacher at a secondary language school in Prague author ... arrows 


Ignác Zima (1938)

born 23 February 1938 in a Romani settlement in Kopčany (western Slovakia) after the war, the family moved to find work in Foršt near Svitavy from 1956, railroad switch operator at Hodonín station late 1950s, compulsory military service in Konice 1969-1973, ... arrows 


Eduard Zimmel (1926) video clip available

born March 13, 1926 in Rapšach in the Vitorazsko (Weitraer) region refused to be drafted to the wehrmacht in 1943 October 26, 1943 - arrested and imprisoned in Znojmo and in Simmering in Vienna interned in the Dachau concentration camp in 1943–1945 worked in ... arrows 


Walter Zimmermann (1923)

born July 30, 1923 in a hamlet Sejfy near Jáchymov father was a miner, a staunch antifascist and an official of the prewar Communist Party 1938 – family fled from Jáchymov to the inland (Kladno) emigration to Great Britain refugee camp in Leeds December ... arrows 


Lieutenant Colonel Eduard Zirnzák (1928)

born August 5, 1928 in Carpathian Ruthenia relocation in search of work 1938 outbreak of the war and the Hungarian occupation 1944 liberation of the Carpathian Ruthenia voluntarily joining the Czechoslovak army assigned to the Czechoslovak tank brigade ... arrows 


Růžena Zouharová, roz.Vyhnálková (1928)

born in 1928 in Moravský Krumlov 1943-1938 Czech school in Moravský Krumlov 1938-1943 after the inclusion of Moravský Krumlov into the Reich, she started attending a German school 1943 1945 worked as a housemaid then worked in the agricultural industry and in ... arrows 


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