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Master Sergeant (ret.) Vilém Teller (1923 - 2009)

born February 13th, 1923 in Český Krumlov 1938 after the German occupation of the Sudetenland leaves for Prague and in April 1939 for England worked in London as a locksmith in 1942 applied to join the army, but his employer would not release him in 1943 ... arrows 


Jaroslav Teplý (1923)

born on 27 April 1923 in the village of Křižánky learned to produce files as Křižánky were known for this craft in 1942 sent to forced labor in Jihlava to file production since 1952 worked on establishing a branch of Tona Jihlava company in Havlíčkův Brod in ... arrows 


Jindřich Tesař (1924) video clip available

Born in 1924 in Cetkovice During the war, a part of his family was involved in resistance activities His father, František Tesař, helped Jiří Pelikán during the war (he later became the director of the television and broadcasting) Jindřich was linked to the ... arrows 


Ing. Miloslav Tesař (1929)

born 1929 in Česká Třebová lived with his parents in the house where an assembly place for Jews was established in 1943 before their deportations to the Terezín ghetto the family was helping their Jewish neighbours – shopping and sending letters 1943 helping ... arrows 


Menachem Tiben, roz. Tieben (1923) video clip available

Born as Jiří Tieben Born in 1923 in Dolce near Plzeň Later studied and grew up with his aunt in Prague-Vinohrady From September 1942 to October 1944 in the Theresienstadt Ghetto Transport to Auschwitz, worked at a quarry in Goleszów In the beginning of ... arrows 


Věra Tichá (1922 - 2012)

Born in 1922 in Prague. During the depression era family went to the USSR. In 1937 her father arrested. Secondary school and a course for nurses. In 1941 became a nurse in the Red Army. As a foreigner dismissed from the Army after seven months. Joined the ... arrows 


Věra Tichánková (1920 - 2014) video clip available

Born 1920 in Žarnovická Huť (Nová Baňa) in Slovakia Grew up in Slovakia, Brandýs nad Labem and Liberec In 1938, began studying at the Institute of Chemical Technology in Prague. After the closing down of universities began studying at the department of drama at ... arrows 


Michal Tilňák (1920)

Born on December 23rd, 1920 in the village of Malá Čingava in the Sevluš district in Carpathian Ruthenia. After elementary school worked as an assistant to a public notary. After the occupation of Carpathian Ruthenia by the Hungarian Army, he went through ... arrows 


Věroslava Tkáčová (1924)

born 26 September 1924 in Ostrava-Michálkovice peaceful childhood in Ostrava-Mariánské Hory her father was falsely reported and arrested by the Gestapo her relatives were taken to the Mauthausen concentration camp repeatedly saved from forced labour by the ... arrows 


Eugenie Točíková roz. Hybášková (1929)

1929 born in Dolní Němčice near Dačice forced to work in a factory during the war ('Totaleinsatz') May 9, 1945: her father shot in the abdomen by Germans on the day of liberation of Czechoslovakia studied a vocational school focused on women's professions in ... arrows 


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