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Benjamin Abeles (1925) video clip available

born June 23, 1925 in Vienna in a Czech-Austrian family 1933 the family moved to Prague July 1939 – left with the so-called Winston transport to Prague May 11, 1943 – joined the Czechoslovak army in England August 1943–1945 – serving as a ground engineer in ... arrows 


Hanuš Adamec (1928)

born on 20 November 1928 in Ústí nad Labem lived in the inter-war northern Bohemia in 1938 the Adamec family became German citizens joined the Hitlerjugend in order to be admitted to bussiness colleague after closing down of the school in 1944 he joined the ... arrows 


George Agathonikiadis (1947)

born 10th August 1947 in Megali Sterna in the Greek part of Macedonia arrived in Czechoslovakia with his grandparents in autumn 1949 lived with his grandparents in Brno until 1961 1968, began studying secondary school (design and costume art) 1973-7, studied ... arrows 


Urban Albert (1929) video clip available

born 11 May 1929 in Gemelčička (Făgetu) in Romania a Slovak from Romania his brother Ignác served in the Hungarian army during WW2 his brother Ignác was imprisoned in a Soviet POW camp 1947, re-emigrated to Czechoslovakia employee of the Staré Město State ... arrows 


Anita Alblová (1936)

In 1936 born in Zelená Hora (Kraslice) Between 1946 and 1948 ran away from displacement Lived with her uncle in Klingenthal 1950 to 1952 – apprenticeships in a field of needlework 1950 to 1959 singed with a band Rigoletto In 1960 her first daughter Andrea ... arrows 


Lieutenant Vladislav Albrecht (1923)

born in the Czech village Český Boratín on Volyně on April 25, 1923 joined the troop of brigade observers in Rovny in March, 1944 took part in action including the area of Torčín, he walked Slovakia, he lived to experience the end of war not until in the land of ... arrows 


Antoni Aleksandrowicz (1928)

was born in 1928 in Ostrowiszki between 1942 and 1944 Antoni Aleksandrowicz was a member of one of three Home Army units operating in the district after the Soviets had entered Poland he was in hiding in the nearby forests for another five years he returned ... arrows 


Slávka Altmanová (1923) video clip available

born 8th August 1923 in the village of Semiduby, Volhynia 15th February 1944, joined the newly forming 1st Czechoslovak Army Corps signaller and radio operator in the artillery regiment fought at Krosno, Machnówka, Jasło and during the Carpatho-Dukla ... arrows 


Marie Andělová (1941) video clip available

born November 4, 1941 in Novostavce in Volhynia her parents Karel and Amálie Sutowsky came from Warsaw her mother came from a wealthy Jewish family her parents died during a death march Marie lived in hiding in care of Anastázie and Václav Vondráček in ... arrows 


Josef Andres (1935)

born on 11th March 1935 in Stalingrad Czech father worked in Russia in a shoe factory Russian Mother his father drafted to the Red Army and transferred to the Czechoslovak unit 1942 evacuated from Stalingrad to Kuybyshev Svoboda's children supplementary ... arrows 


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