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List of witnesses


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Second Lieutenant (ret.) Josef Vedral (1915 - ????)

born on Volyně in the village Ostrov, the district Sienkiewiczovka on April 15, 1915 an infantry member of 1 st brigade 3 rd colours 3 rd company, one of those who went all way through from Volyně to Prague and survived participant of fights at Machnowka (the ... arrows 


Ludevít Végh (1921 - 2016)

Born to a Jewish family in Košice in 1921. Avoided the draft to labour camps and in 1941 escaped to Budapest. Lived in Budapest as an illegal, worked as an electrician and in a chemical factory. 1942-1944 arrested and sent to forced labour camps in Galanta, Vác ... arrows 


Valtraud Vejmolová (1941) video clip available

born May 12, 1941 in the village Terezín (Theresienthal) her father was a Czech, her mother was German-Hungarian eleven siblings together with the Baum family they were the only ones who were not included in the deportation of Germans in Terezín the family ... arrows 


Vasiliki Veličková (1952)

born 1952 in Krnov her parent were Greeks had four sisters her parents returned to Greece in 1985 married a Czech, has two children worked in the textile industry and in a data processing centre retired, lives in Krnov ... arrows 


Private First Class (ret.) Rudolf Veltruský (1920)

born November 10th 1920; a Czech from the Volyně region after the liberation by the Red Army joins Svoboda´s Czechoslovak army took part in the campaign to Slovakia, fighting at Jaslo assigned to artillery, telephone operator in the heavy howitzer unit after ... arrows 


Lieutenant Colonel (ret.) Hilda Veselá (1924)

born July 24th 1924 in Kosovo in Poland studied a nursing school for two years 1941 she volunteered to join the Red Army Germans killed three of her brothers and tortured her mother to death worked as a nurse, but her knowledge was equal to that of a doctor, ... arrows 


RNDr. Michaela Vidláková roz. Lauscherová (1936)

born December 30, 1936 in Prague December 1942 deported to the Terezín ghetto 1953 the entire family arrested for an attempt to escape to Palestine 1960 graduated from the university from biology - chemistry working in clinical and experimental medicine ... arrows 


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 


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