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Václav Kelnar (1929)

born in 1929 in Troubky enrolled in the Salesian institute in Fryšták in 1940 after the building of the grammar school became taken over by the Nazis, the students found a refuge in a villa amidst forests near Přibyslav after the liberation he assisted with ... arrows 

Ondrej Kizek (1926)

born on November 6, 1926 in Ružomberok attended elementary school and grammar school in Ružomberok during the Slovak National Uprising along with his family he was in hiding from Germans in the woods 1945 – 1950 studied philosophy and Russian language at the ... arrows 

Matylda Klapalová, roz. Lapková (1922)

Born 1922 in Slany Tradesman'sdaughter Departures of foreigners into the country after the Great October Socialist Revolution Girl scout from 1932 to 1939 Meeting with the factory owner J. J. Pála Life in Ostrava Business Technia Participate in ... arrows 

Mgr. Pavel Klinecký (1954)

born December 26, 1954 in Prague-Strašnice 1971–1974 study at the secondary technical school 1975–1981 study at the Comenius Evangelical Faculty of Theology 1977 married actress Milena Sítová 1981–1983 alternative military service in the ČKD company ... arrows 

František Kľuska (1928) video clip available

František Kľuska was born on March 3, 1928 into a poor peasant family difficult living conditions and solid family backgrounds shaped his character since his childhood he attended a grammar school where he as an excellent student got not only social, but also ... arrows 

Alfréd Kocáb (1925)

born 28 June 1925 in Vienna during WW2, he and his mother hid a fugitive prisoner pastor of the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren founding member of the New Orientation in the Evangelical Church of Czech Brethren cooperated with the ecumenical community ... arrows 

Ján Eugen Kočiš (1926)

born 25th June 1926 in Pozdišovce, Slovakia 1946-1950 - studied theology at the Seminary of Prešov end of April 1950 - dissolution of the seminary and spiritual administration - operation P 1950-1953 - military service with the Auxiliary Engineering Corps ... arrows 

Jan Josef Kohl (1928 - 2013)

born February 21st, 1928 in Suchý Důl near Police nad Metují 1949 accepted into the Benedictine Order April 1950 interned in Hejnice joined the Auxiliary Technical Battalions from 1954, worked mainly as manual worker from 1968 studied at a theological ... arrows 

František Kohlíček (1914 - 2007)

Catholic priest, studied theology in Rome in 30's, also ordained there spent the war in the Protectorate, chaplain in Příbram and at the Most Sacred Heart of Our Lord in Prague-Vinohrady after the war, vicerector of the Catholic seminar in Prague 1950 interned ... arrows 

Lucie Kohoutková (1929)

born January 8, 1929 in Hora Sv. Kateřiny 1938 the family fled from the border region to Most in 1944–1949 worked in the children’s home in Radošov near Karlovy Vary which was led by nuns from the Congregation of the Holy Cross, then in the hospital in Most and ... arrows 



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