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Ing., Colonel Pavol Vaněk (1921 - 2016)

born on February 28, 1921, in Lakšárská Nová Ves in Záhorí in Slovakia after graduation from municipal school he went to study business school to Bratislava in 1937 he applied for the initiative “1000 new pilots for the Republic” in the years 1939–1944 he was ... arrows 

Vítězslav Evermod Vaněk (1922)

July 16, 1922 born in Roudnice nad Labem 1941–1943 forced labour in Germany (for the Benzina refining plant) 1945 involved in peaceful displacement of Sudeten Germans in Roudnice nad Labem 1945–1948 leader of a youth organization of the Czechoslovak National ... arrows 

Petr Vaníček (1932)

born on March 15, 1932, in Prague originates in a family of an entrepreneur from Prague 1938–1945: studied school in Kbely 1939–1945: Jewish part of the family persecuted after February 1948, his father’s factory „Vaníček a Malec“ in Satalice was ... arrows 

Sergeant (ret.) Antonín Vaník video clip available

he was born on 2 November 1926 in Dorohostaje in Volhynia he joined the Czech Army Corps a communication worker in a unit of combat engineers The Battle of the Dukla Pass after the war he served in the Žatec military group after the demobilisation he was ... arrows 

PhDr. Dobromila Vaňková (1925)

born 5 January 1925 in Háj near Opava from 1938, lived away from her family in a refugee camp for displaced Czechs in Ostrava attended grammar school; participated in illegal Scout activities 1942-1944, imprisoned by the Gestapo in Ostrava and Wrocław 1944, ... arrows 

Emilie Varská, roz. Andělová (1923) video clip available

born 20 June 1923 in Moldava, Volhynia, under Polish rule 1942-1944, forced labour in Hirtenberg, Enzesfeld, and Kottingbrunn 1944, arrested in Germany by the Red Army for alleged espionage (actually for working in the German arms industry) 1944, sentenced to ... arrows 

Michal Vasilko (1924 - 2014) video clip available

born 10 April 1924 in Nechválova Polianka near Snina, former Czechoslovakia 3 August 1944, joined the Slovak National Uprising served with the Soviet partisan group Belov-Sergei as a messenger and informer injured in the right leg 21 April 1944, joined the ... arrows 

Lieutenant Colonel (ret.) Ivan Vasko (1928)

born in the village Palota, the district Medzilaborce (East Slovakia) on April 9, 1928 member of Hlinka's Youth joined up reserve troops of the Soviet Army on Christmas Eve in 1944 served with artillery joined up the Czechoslovak Army on October 1, 1945 In ... arrows 

Karel Vaš (1916 - 2012)

born on 20th March 1916 in Uzgorod from 1933 member of the Czechoslovak Communist Party and of the Federation of Friends of the Soviet Union and Democratic Spain in May 1939 illegally crossed the Russian border, three years in the gulag in Vorkuta 1943 in ... arrows 

Karel Vašek (1918)

Born on November 28th, 1918 in Brno. After his graduation from secondary school he joined the Czechoslovak Army where he served in the gas unit. After March 1939 dismissed from the Army. Left for Poland, to apply to for the Czechoslovak foreign units. Sent to ... arrows 



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