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Ján Tocký (1930)

he was born on December 30, 1930; he attended public school as well as high school in his home town of Žilina; he lost his father in a very young age; in 1948 he decided to enter the Salesian religious order; during the so-called Barbarian night on April 13, ... arrows 

MUDr. Zdeněk Trefný (1926 - 2015)

born in Prague in the family of a Czechoslovak Army officer and a teacher as a student doing forced labour in Luftschutz (ambulance) in 1945 begins studying at the Faculty of Medicine graduated in 1950 married Božena Švábová, daughter of a political ... arrows 

Professor, ThDr., Ing. Jakub S. Trojan (1927)

Born 13th May 1927 in Paris Protestant pastor, theologian, and economist; belonged to Nová orientace movement Member of Academic YMCA from 1946 to 1950 Three years compulsory military service with Auxiliary Technical Battalions (PTP) 1974 - Denied government ... arrows 

Viktor Trstenský (1908 - 2006) video clip available

he was born on March 28, 1908, in Trstená in a peasant family after finishing his studies at the grammar school, he enrolled at the seminary in Trnava and in Spišská Kapitula he was ordained a priest by the bishop Ján Vojtaššák in 1931 from the very beginning ... arrows 

Justína Tuková (1922)

she was born on January 23, 1922 as Terézia Tuková in Nižná, in Orava region in 1939 she started her novitiate in Raslavice convent as a nurse in Prešov hospital she witnessed Soviet bombing of the city on December 20, 1944 in 1950 she met with a priest Štefan ... arrows 

Bartolomej Urbanec (1937) video clip available

he was born on August 17, 1937 in Lipovce near Prešov; he grew up in a Christian environment; he gained the primary education in his native village; he studied the secondary school in Prešov, where he also arrived at the decision to become a priest; he ... arrows 

Mgr. Václav Vacek (1946) video clip available

Born on 11 August, 1946 in Dolní Čermná His father was sentenced for two years of prison during communism in a construed process In 1970 - 1975 studies at the Theological Faculty in Litoměřice In 1975 ordained a priest in the St. Vitus cathedral in Prague ... arrows 

Jana Vacíková (1933)

born 26 August 1933 in Veltrusy near Kralupy nad Vltavou from a working-class family; her father was a plumber experienced hunger during the First Republic and the bombing of Kralupy and Veltrusy during WW2 from May to autumn 1945, housed Soviet soldiers ... arrows 

Rostislav Valušek (1946)

Dissident and priest of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church. Born on 18th of July 1946 in Olomouc. His religious views were mainly formed by his grandmother and Sunday classes at the Czechoslovak Hussite Church. Wanted to become a painter, but instead studied to be ... arrows 

Dana Vargová (1936) video clip available

born 1936 in the village of Bouzov her husband, a kulak’s son, was forcibly relocated from southern Slovakia her husband’s parents were imprisoned under the communist regime their son Julius began to suffer from dermatomyositis when he was 9 years old he was ... arrows 



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