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Jaroslav Vrtálek (1921)

born 1921 near Olomouc 1939 escaped from a train taking him for conscripted labour to Germany via Poland and the USSR got to the Middle East experienced the fighting at Tobruk voyage on the Mauretania ship in England retrained as a dispatch rider in a tank ... arrows 


Květoslav Vrtěl (1922) video clip available

born 1922 in Polkovice during the war doing conscripted labour in the village of Mönchhof in Austria the family refused to join the Unified Agricultural Cooperative during the collectivization process sentenced to a one-year prison term in 1958 interned in ... arrows 


First Lieutenant (ret.) Alexandr Všetečka (1927 - 2013) video clip available

Born on March 25, 1927, in the village of Jadvipol in Volhynia On May 5, 1944, he joined the newly constituted 1st Czechoslovak army corps in Rovno Replacement unit in Kamianets-Podilskyi Training in Bessarabia Officer cadet school Service in the 3rd ... arrows 


Milada Všetičková (1916 - 2008)

born January 28th 1916 in Brno graduated from the Masaryk’s State Institute for training of vocational schools teachers in 1938 she married general Bohuslav Všetička during the break-up of Czechoslovakia in 1939 they lived in Trenčín returned to the occupied ... arrows 


Vlasta Vyhnánková (roz. Pavlanová) (1921 - 2015)

Born on December 17, 1921, in the Silesian town of Ostrava Worked as a seamstress in Ostrava before the war Fled from forced labour with a friend of her in 1939; was on the run via Poland to the Soviet Union; got caught by a Soviet border guard after crossing the ... arrows 


Milada Vykoukalová, roz. Vladyková (1927)

born on 24th July 1927 in Prague spent the war in Říčany u Prahy married Josef Vykoukal in 1948 following the communist coup her father was imprisoned for a year for being an entrepreneur her husband Josef and father-in-law were arrested for anti-communist ... arrows 


Colonel (ret.) Josef Vyletěl (1925) video clip available

born March 9, 1925 in the village Mirohošť in Volhynia in the then Poland joined the newly formed 1st Czechoslovak Army Corps in Rovno on March 20, 1944 served in the technical service company of the 1st Czechoslovak Tank Brigade took part in the ... arrows 


Stanislav Vyskočil (1924)

born February 15th 1924 in Ukrainian Puchov parents originally farmers, in the 1930s their farm and property was confiscated December 23rd 1943 drafted in the Red Army as a sniper wounded at Rovno after his recovery he joined Svoboda´s Czechoslovak army in ... arrows 


Lidmila Výšková (1923) video clip available

she was born on June 22nd 1923 in Manětín town she is a professional hairdresser from January to October of 1943 she was forcibly deployed in Germany - Flak town; she was released home due to her wedding; she never returned her husband was a forester in ... arrows 


Otto Wagner (1924) video clip available

Otto Wagner was born on August 7, 1924 in Bratislava before the year 1938 he did not suffer because of his Jewish origin at all along with his brother and parents they expected nothing good from the new regime, but reality was even much worse Otto’s parents ... arrows 


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