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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 


Emil Dědek (1914)

born on May 1, 1914, in Jezdec u Zdolbunova in Volhynia witnessed the German and the Soviet occupation of Volhynia joined the Czechoslovak army in Rovno in 1944 fought in the Battles for the Dukla pass, wounded transferred to the artillery after his ... arrows 


Miluše Dědková (1927)

she was Volhynia Czech citizen she was born in the Czech part of Mirohost village in Ukraine she moved to Czechoslovakia in 1947 she was professionally victimized in the 50´s she is a talented painter - besides others she illustrated books about Volhynia ... arrows 


Michal Demjan (1921) video clip available

born 19th November 1921 in the village of Vyšny Verecki in Subcarpathian Ruthenia 1939, forced to join the Hungarian semi-military organisation Levente 31st March 1940, crossed the borders into the USSR 1940-November 1942, imprisoned in Skole, Stryi and ... arrows 


Ondřej (Andrej) Derbák (1914)

born in 1914 in Koločava, Subcarpathian Rus remembers Nikola Šuhaj trained in wood processing 1938-1939 – frontier guard 1944 – joined the Czechoslovak independent brigade of the Red Army After the war, he settled in Bohemia and returned to frontier guard ... arrows 


Anna Derflerová (1920)

she was born in Volhynia in Ukraine she spent the whole war here she is a mother of three daughters after the war she has settled in Libesice village and tried to carry business there ... arrows 


Ekaterini Dimoschaki (1928)

born 5th May 1928 in Greek Macedonia father Greek, mother Slavic Macedonian 1945, left with her father to current-day FYROM/Republic of Macedonia 1948, left to Buljkes, Yugoslavia, after the borders were closed; met her husband there her mother and older ... arrows 


Bernard Dinter (1918) video clip available

Born on November 22, 1918, in Ludgeřovice Belongs to the ethnic group of the so-called “Moravci” In September 1938, conscripted to the Wehrmacht Brothers Josef, Rudolf and Engelbert served in the Wehrmacht as well Brother Rudolf was killed in March 1945 near ... arrows 


Master Sergeant (ret.) Jaroslav Dlouhý (1919)

born June 13th 1919 in Český Zawidów in the Volyně region 1941 had to join the Red Army autumn 1941 captured by Germans, but managed to escape hiding in Poland, then returning to Volyně 1944 joins the Svoboda´s army, trained in Romania, first combat ... arrows 


Hana Dobešová (1920)

1920 – born in Rychnov nad Kněžnou 1939 – graduated from grammar school in Hradec Králové home schooling of children 1941 – married František Müller May 1942 – registration in Hradec Králové December 1942 – deportation to the ghetto in Terezín working on ... arrows 


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