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List of witnesses


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Mgr. Daniela Cincibusová (1951)

born on 29 January 1951 in Šumava trained to become a land surveyor in the 1970s became a foster parent in a SOS children's village, taking care mostly of Roma children married baptist priest Petr Brázda studied special education in Olomouc; met Milena ... arrows 


Sergeant Věra Citterbergová (1926 - 2007)

born 26th June 1926, Volhynia née Větrovcová joined the Czechoslovak Foreign Army in 1944 anti-air defence, later a field medic brother Josef Větrovec and husband Jozef Citterberg also in the Czechoslovak army took part in the liberation of Czechoslovakia ... arrows 


Peggy Croydon (1930)

born 9 September 1930 in Prague as Peggy Štědrá her father was a Jew, her mother a Christian; one sister her father was a philatelist, his business sustained the family 1939, the business was confiscated, her parents formally divorced and lived separately ... arrows 


Pál Csáky (1956)

born on March 21, 1956 in Šahy in 1980 he finished his studies at the Faculty of Chemical Technology of the University of Pardubice in December 1980 as a soldier at the tank regiment in Strašice he witnessed events of the so-called action Krkonoše, which was ... arrows 


Eugeniusz Cydzik (1921)

was born on 26 December 1921 On 1 September 1939, he volunteered to the army and was admitted to auxiliary services in Grodno On 2 February 1942, he took an oath and joined the Union of Armed Struggle He fought in guerrilla units On 3 August 1945 he was ... arrows 


Magdalena Czehowska (1931)

born in Frélichov in 1931 her native tongue was Croatian, attended the first grade in Czech school, then in German school had the role of the first stárka (main girl) in the last Croatian kiritof (feast) in 1947 the family displaced to Huzová husband Josef ... arrows 


Rostislav Čech (1925 - 2010)

born in village Dubno in Volynia in 1925 got trained as a locksmith conscripted to the Czechoslovak Foreign Army in Rovno in March 1944 he went through an infantry training in Romania, then was sent to fight in Krosno where he was badly hurt he became a ... arrows 


Anna Marie Čechová - Syslová (1925)

born 1925 in Borisovka near Novorossijsk in the Soviet Union her father was victim of Stalin’s repressions during WW II was working in Königsberg she married a Czech from Brno town but under pressure she moved to USSR with three children born in Czechoslovakia ... arrows 


Janina Černá (1923)

born in the town Luck in Volynia on December 9th, 1923 her Granddad owned a brewery, she attended a Polish Grammar School, she didn't complete her studies after the Soviet solders arrival at Volynia, the whole family was transported to exile in Siberia in 1942 ... arrows 


Mečislav Černý (1919 - 2012)

born in 1919 to a Czech family living in Warsaw, Poland 1928 the family returned to Czechoslovakia – Dubňany near Hodonín graduated from grammar school in Hodonín began working in the Baťa factory in Otrokovice in 1941, then transferred to Zlín January 1943 ... arrows 


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