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Hynek Zmítko (1916 - 2004)

born on 10th January 1916 in Dolní Orešany near Trnava trained as a car mechanic November 1st 1937 joined the Slovak army, served at the radio operator at the 3rd battalion he also served in the army after the declaration of the Slovak state August 9th 1939, ... arrows 


Lubor Zoufal (1922)

born April 4th 1922 in Prague completed grammar school in Křemencova Street member of the illegal organization Union of Czechoslovak Youth held by the Nazis in the Pankrác prison for his affiliation with the organization, then in Dresden and Leipzig in ... arrows 


Jan Zrník (1925 - 2015) video clip available

Born in Seninka in Moravian Wallachia in 1925 He was a messenger for the guerilla brigade of Jan Žižka of Trocnov Family supported and sheltered guerrillas - including the master DB Murzin SS officers killed his friends, Anežka Ondrášková a Marie Růsková, in ... arrows 


Ana Zulian (1926 - 2010) video clip available

She was born in 1926. under fascists government. Her village was a partisan haven. in 1944. her village were attacked by Nazis and fascist. She was deported to Auschwitz with her sister and cousins. She remembers her number for the rest of the life. After ... arrows 


Václav Zumr (1925) video clip available

Born on December 28, 1925, in Hrušvice na Volyni Joined the 1st Czechslovak Army Corps on June 9, 1944 Participated in the Krosno fighting and the Carpatho-Dukla Operation Served as a radio operator Settled down near Žatec after the war ... arrows 


Stanislava Zvěřinová (1924) video clip available

Née Sládková Born in 1924 in České Budějovice Father František Sládek – a legionnaire in Russia Convent school and High School of J.V. Jirsík Sokol, the Czech Tourist Club 1944-1945 - forced labor in Austria - Steyr, Vienna, Davle-Libřice Revitalization ... arrows 


Ivan Zwach (1952)

Born on 12 June, 1952 in Rýmařov as Ivan Marieník Father was a guerrilla and a one of the founding members of the communist party of Slovakia In 1954 placed in the children shelter home in Edrovice near Rýmařov Monitored by the secret police, who signed a fake ... arrows 


MUDr. Raja Žádníková (1929)

born August 29, 1929 in Tel Aviv in a Jewish family moved to Prague January 1942 – the family transported to Terezín autumn 1944 – her father was deported from Terezín to Auschwitz, and from there to Dachau where he died Raja and her mother remained in ... arrows 


Věra Žahourková (1925 - 2015)

born March 18, 1925 in Tábor her father was active in the resistance organization Defence of Nation (Obrana národa) the family was helping the paratrooper František Pospíšil serving as a liaison between Pospíšil and others February 1943: the whole family ... arrows 


Master Sergeant (ret.) Leo Žalio (1923 - 2014)

born on 23 October 1923 in a little town of Vianne in the southwest France his parents, originally from the South Moravia, came to France looking for work in 1921; they worked in a glass factory joined a partisan group which worked in France till 1944 in 1944 ... arrows 


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