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List of witnesses


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Zwi (Hans) Batscha (1922)

born in a German speaking Jewish family in Olomouc active in Zionist Youth Movement departure for Palestina in 1939 return to Czechoslovakia organized the departure of Jews from Czechoslovakia to Israel in 1947–1949 an active kibbutznik a professor of ... arrows 


Jiří Bauer (1929)

a priest of The Czechoslovak Hussite Church, born on the 25th of March 1929 in Prague in 1952-1954 army service in the Auxiliary Technical Battalion from 1950s watched by secret police member of the community of living religion within the Hussite church first ... arrows 


Stanislav Bayer (1931)

born December 15, 1931 comes from an old farmers’ family WWII in Libovice persecution of Jews during WWII assassination of Heydrich Vlasov’s army end of WWII collectivization of farms and formation of Unified Agricultural Cooperatives (JZD) ... arrows 


Karel Bečvář (1931)

Born on 26 March, 1931 in a family of a trader During Heydrichiad his father was arrested for two days Due to speaking German he was placed in a German Armed Group at the end of war Witnessed the arrival of the Soviet Red Army to Jihlava In 1948 was expelled ... arrows 


František Bednár (1957)

he was born on February 15, 1957 in Poprad an untimely end of high school studies because of forced Russian language learning and entering the Socialist Youth Union a listener of Radio Free Europe founding an armed group in Poprad mailing a package with ... arrows 


Colonel (ret.) Václav Bednář (1938)

Born in 1938 in Třebíč His father, Václav Bednář, joined the communist party in 1945 and was an active functionary for many years In 1953 - 1954 studied at the School of Lieutenant Youth in Olomouc, and in 1954–1956 in Kremnice In 1959 - 1966 was a lieutenant ... arrows 


Marie Bednaříková (1921) video clip available

Born in 1921 in Velký Újezd Her brother, Bohumil Bednařík, fled together with Jaroslav Švarc and Alois Fröhlich to France in 1940 In England, B. Bednařík became the commander of a special operations group named CHALK Bohumil Bednařík, Vladimír Hauptvogel, ... arrows 


Maud (Michal) Beerová roz. Steckelmacherová (1929) video clip available

Born in 1929 in a Prostějov Zionist family In July 1942, was deported to Theresienstadt - transport AAm Since November 1942 lived in the girls’ block L-410 in Theresienstadt Survived along with her mother and younger sister After the war in the spring of 1945 ... arrows 


Ruth Beery (1937)

30 July 1937 was born as Růžena Rónová in Hlohovec middle-class Jewish family older brother Bedřich (1930-2009) from spring 1942, the whole family hid to avoid deportation stayed with relatives in Tisovec October 1944, little Růžena was entrusted to nuns in ... arrows 


Zdena Beková (1926)

Born on 28 October, 1926, in Brušperk Studied at a business school in Ostrava At the end of the war worked at the railway station in Ostrava as a radiotelegraph operator Witnessed the bombardment of the railway station Witnessed the liberation of northern ... arrows 


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