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MUDr. Raja Žádníková (1929)

born August 29, 1929 in Tel Aviv in a Jewish family moved to Prague January 1942 – the family transported to Terezín autumn 1944 – her father was deported from Terezín to Auschwitz, and from there to Dachau where he died Raja and her mother remained in ... arrows 


Eva Žárská, roz. Lukášová (1935)

born on 1 July 1935 into the family of a constructor František Lukáš in Vsetín throughout the war, her family was hiding things belonging to the Jewish Eichner family after the war, the Lukášs found the Eichners‘ daughter Ilse who survived the Auschwitz ... arrows 


Jaroslav Žatečka (1928)

May 4, 1928 born in Krchleby near Čáslav his mother came from a Czech family in the USA, returned to Czechoslovakia his mother was not married, she did not request the issuance of personal documents during a document check in June 1942 they failed to provide ... arrows 


Liselotte Židová (1930)

Born on September 13th, 1930 in Bruntál. Comes from a German-Jewish family. Due to their Jewish origins, her parents and she were driven out of their native village Leskovec nad Moravicí in 1938. Her family survived the war at their relatives' house in the ... arrows 


Онуфрій Дудок (1926) video clip available

was born on June 12th, 1926, in the village of Kosovets, Lviv province 1933–1937 – studied at a village elementary school 1940–1941 – worked in the village of Lyubin Velykyi in the beginning of 1942 was deported from Lviv to Germany, arrested in Nurnberg ... arrows 


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