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List of witnesses


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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 


Antonín Činka (1923)

born September 25th, 1923 in Český Malín in the Volyně region survived the burning of Český Malín drafted to the army served in the sapper and artillery units in the "Svoboda´s" army wounded at Dukla after the war moved to Czechoslovakia, lives in Nový Malín ... arrows 


Marie Čtvrtlíková (1938)

born 1938 in Frélichov family of Moravian Croats father killed in the war her grandfather Mate Šalamun was an important mayor of Frélichov during the First Republic now living in Bohuňovice ... arrows 


Olga Čvančarová (1927) video clip available

born 1927 in Černý Les, Volhynia Volhynian Czech sheltered a Jewish girl family owned a mill in Černý Les Ukrainian village of Krásný Sad razed to the ground re-emigrated to Czechoslovakia united agricultural co-op in Třebom husband Václav Čvančara ... arrows 


Zdeněk Damašek (1925 - 2012) video clip available

born on 2nd November 1925 in Teremno, Volhynia on 19th March 1944 joined the 1st Czechoslovak independent brigade trained in Bessarabia lightly injured during the battle of the Dukla Pass after the war began working in the banking sector and lived in the ... arrows 


Božena Dardová (1928)

Born on 19 November, 1928 in Malá Ludina in Croatia In 1938 father wanted to join the general mobilisation, but Croatian bodies banned them Husband of the witness, Karel Darda, imprisoned and arrested in a concentrations camp in Jasenovec for helping refugees ... arrows 


Marie Dedeciusová (1920) video clip available

born August 18, 1920 in Moldava Volhynian Czech her husband Josef Dedecius was marked as a kulak and sent to do forced labour her husband served as a mine-thrower operator in the 1st Czechoslovak Army Corps her father, teacher Antonín Křivka, was murdered by ... arrows 


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