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Avraham Veselý (1948)

born 1948 in Bratislava his parents were Slovak Jews and holocaust survivors moved to Prague when he was a little boy his parents tried to emigrate to Israel after 1952 1953 both parents arrested for their attempt to emigrate his father sentenced to ... arrows 

RNDr. Michaela Vidláková (1936)

born December 30, 1936 in Prague December 1942 deported to the Terezín ghetto 1953 the entire family arrested for an attempt to escape to Palestine 1960 graduated from the university from biology - chemistry working in clinical and experimental medicine ... arrows 

Marie Vítovcová (1928)

Born on June 15, 1928, into a Jewish family Non religious, fully assimilated Czech-speaking family After 1939 her father lost his job, Marie excluded from school, Sokol and Scout On December 10, 1941, the family deported to Theresienstadt ghetto On October 6, ... arrows 

Aharon Eduard Vlček (1939)

born 30 November 1939 in Topoľčany Jewish family, three children 1942, deported to a labour camp in Nováky August 1944, left the camp and headed to Banská Bystrica hid in the mountains liberated by the Red Army returned to Topoľčany September 1945, ... arrows 

Helena Vovsová (1926)

Born on February 12, 1926, in Prague Moved to Panenské Březany with her parents in 1931 Started to work as a support gardener at the local Chateau in 1941 Served there till the end of October 1945 In 1948, returned to the Chateau as a laboratory technician ... arrows 

Major Pavel Vranský (1921)

born on 29th April in Lipník nad Bečvou grew up in Frýdlant nad Ostravicí, Bohumín and Ostrava 1939 – left through Poland to the USSR joined the Czechoslovak armed forces 1941 – transferred to the Czechoslovak units at the Near East participated in the ... arrows 

Věra Vrbová, roz. Kohnová (1923)

born on the 15th of May, 1923 at Šumava witnessed the mobilization of 1938 lived through the occupation of Czech lands held prisoner in Terezín her parents died in a concentration camp in Poland her first husband died in April 1945 in a concentration camp ... arrows 

Otto Wagner (1924) video clip available

Otto Wagner was born on August 7, 1924 in Bratislava before the year 1938 he did not suffer because of his Jewish origin at all along with his brother and parents they expected nothing good from the new regime, but reality was even much worse Otto’s parents ... arrows 

Ing. Petr Weber (1942)

born as Jehuda Preiss on 1 March 1942 in the Bochnia ghetto in Poland, in 1944 survived the escape from the ghetto in an abandoned cottage; his parents died was taken care of by a Czech catholic family which adopted him and gave him a new name his new family ... arrows 

Věra Weberová (1934) video clip available

born 10 January 1934 into a Jewish family in Brno 18 January 1943, whole family transported to the collection point at Uherský Brod 23 January 1943, arrival in Terezín in the Kinderheim in Terezín 23 October 1944, her brother Jiří and her father deported to ... arrows 



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