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List of witnesses


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Františka Bachanová (1935)

born 3 May 1935 1941, began attending elementary school, then town school (upper primary) 1950-1951, attended a medical school in Hodonín 1951-1952, forced to attend an agricultural school in Uherský Ostroh 1955, married the organist Vladislav Bachan 1957, ... arrows 


Gabriela Bairova-Stoyanova (1955) video clip available

born 1955 in Sofia (Bulgaria) her father was imprisoned for half a year in the late 1950s the family lived in exile in Dobrudza for 6 years graduated from philology at the Clement of Ohrid University of Sofia refused collaboration with the secret police ... arrows 


Professor Růžena Bajcsy (1933)

born on May 28, 1933 in Bratislava lost her mother when she was three years old her father remarried, stepsister Marie the Gestapo arrested both her parents in autumn 1944, they died in December in 1945 she found her aunt who has survived the war, separation ... arrows 


Angela Bajnoková (1928)

born on October 29, 1928 in the village of Valaškovce in Humenné district due to her father's occupation of Greek Catholic priest, Angela as a child had to move for several times; she lived in Valaškovce, Humenné and Kobylnice during the Second World War she ... arrows 


Professor, ThDr. Milan Balabán (1929)

Evangelic priest, specialist in the Old Testament, a Judaist and a poet, studied at the Comenius Protestant Theological Faculty in Prague (contemporary PTF, Charles University) 1968-1985 member of the translators’ group for the ecumenical translation of the Bible ... arrows 


Vladimir Balaić (1928) video clip available

born in 1928 in Breznički Hum during childhood he frequently moved from a city to city joined partisans in 1943 political comissar of a troop during the war severely wounded at Pitomača in 1945 member of Yugoslav Navy commander of communication in Brijuni ... arrows 


Colonel Josef Balejka (1917 - 2004)

born in Valašské Klobouky on March 4, 1917 learned to fly in Masaryk Air League in Uzhhorod joined up 3 Air Regiment in Piešťany after that went through training in Prague-Kbely in 1938 returned to Piešťany, after the declaration of the Slovak State he had to ... arrows 


Milan Ballek (1931)

born on January 2, 1931 in Tvrdošín, in Orava region attended elementary school in his native town 1941 began studying at grammar school in Dolný Kubín, later transferred to Trstená September 1949 he was accepted to a priestly seminary in Spišská Kapitula ... arrows 


Magda Barnea roz. Kappová (1925) video clip available

born in 1925 in Brno in a Jewish family Zionist family, her father was a dentist the whole family transported to Terezín in April 1942 transported to Auschwitz in September 1944 from Auschwitz to Bergen-Belsen after several weeks around November 1944 ... arrows 


Mario Félix Lleonart Barroso (1975)

He was born on June 17, 1975 in a Protestant Christian family Since his childhood, he felt the clash between his faith and the Cuban regime He has dedicated his whole life to the religious work and denunciations of violent actions of the Cuban regime He is very ... arrows 


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