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Michal Bindzar

He was born on October 16th, 1922 in Ruske, Carpathian Ruthenia, where his family owned a farm. After the occupation of Czechoslovakia, the Hungarians occupied Carpathian Ruthenia so Bindzar had to enlist in the Hungarian army in October 1942. In April 1943 he was ... arrows 


Věra Biněvská-Holuběva (1929)

Born on September 20, 1929, in Umaň, Ukraine (her sister Valentina Biněvská was born on 27 September 1925) 1942 – the Biněvski-Morozovič family arrives in Buzuluk, the site of the formation of the first standalone Czechoslovak military unit under the command of ... arrows 


Gabriela Binková (1924)

born January 23, 1924 in Velké Němčice in 1944 ordered to go to work to Germany for ten months worked in the town Bad Schwarzbach, present-day Czerniawa Zdrój in Poland spent ten months working in a factory which produced metal parts for German aircraft after ... arrows 


MUDr. Anna Bittmanová (1929 - 2011)

born November 24th in Košice in a Jewish non-religious family 1939 moved to Vranov, then to Michalovce on October 28th 1942 deportation of the whole family to an assembly camp in Sereď where they spent over a year father declared an economically important Jew, ... arrows 


Jolana Blau (1938)

was born on 27th April in 1938 in Bánovice nad Bebravou in 1941 her father, her aunt and uncle were deported to Auschwitz, her father later perished in Majdanek Jolana with her mother and grandmother were sent to labor camp Nováky after the Slovakian uprising ... arrows 


Mgr. Klára Blažejová (1924)

born on 4th October 1924 went to high school in Kladno during the war deployed to a munitions factory in Týnec nad Sázavou after the war ended she studied pedagogy worked as a teacher in the Ústí nad Labem area taught in schools for fifty-two years, taught ... arrows 


Václav Blažek (1920)

born 14 September 1920 in Raškovice, Pardubice District trained as a bricklayer after the occupation, put to rebuilding the Pardubice airfield for the German army 1941, forced labour in Germany - Stuttgart, Friedrichshafen 1942, taken to Buchenwald ... arrows 


František Bocek (1928) video clip available

Born in 1928 in the village of Bukovec nearby Jablunkov His father Josef got lost in Uruguay After the Munich conference, the village of Bukovec was taken by Poland In 1939, Bukovec became part of Upper Silesia On November 17, 1944, Mr. Bocek had to enlist in ... arrows 


Colonel (ret.) Emil Boček (1923)

born in Brno in 1923 at the age of seventeen he left for a Foreign Army through Balkan as a private soldier of the infantry regiment he took part in the retreating fights in France in the summer of 1940 he was admitted into the RAF from September 1940, served ... arrows 


Stanislav Bodlák (1924)

born 24 April 1924 in Uherčice childhood in Brno-Líšeň his brother Miloš Bodlák escaped to France in 1940 Miloš Bodlák was a pilot of the 311th Czechoslovak Bomber Squadron of the RAF in England 1942, during Operation E (Emigranten) Miloš’s family members ... arrows 


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