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Colonel (ret.) František Wawrečka (Vavrečka) (1920) video clip available

born 3rd April 1920 in Hulváky by Ostrava started work at the Vítkovice steelworks after his apprenticeship 24th July 1939, illegally crossed the borders to Poland, there signed up to the newly formed Czechoslovak army as a volunteer after Poland was attacked ... arrows 

Věra Weberová (1934) video clip available

born 10 January 1934 into a Jewish family in Brno 18 January 1943, whole family transported to the collection point at Uherský Brod 23 January 1943, arrival in Terezín in the Kinderheim in Terezín 23 October 1944, her brother Jiří and her father deported to ... arrows 

MUDr. Jarmila Weinbergerová (1923)

Born on March 21, 1923, in a Jewish family in Prague Attended grammar school before the war Since 1938, her family was racially persecuted Expelled from school in 1939, hand-over of personal belongings, moved from their apartment 24. 4. 1942 – her family was ... arrows 

Hana Weingarten, roz. Wertheimerová (1929) video clip available

Jewish origin, born 1929 in Znojmo in southern Moravia grandfather owned a factory which produced pickled gherkins and candied fruit 1938 had to escape from Znojmo, at first to Jihlava, then Prostějov and eventually to Prague March 6, 1943 left with the ... arrows 

Karel František Weinlich (1930)

brought up by his grandfather grandfather died new life with his mother involuntary member of Hitlerjugend farm work - waiting to be expelled fled from his mother several attempts to cross the border employed at Sfinx studied at the Theatre Faculty of ... arrows 

Erika Weissová (1930 - 2016)

Born on August 22, 1930 in Saská Kamenice as the last of three children Following bombing in spring 1945 her family fled to Kadaň Finally not displaced to Germany due to her Czech origin In 1994 awarded a badge of honour by the Czech Union of Freedom Fighters ... arrows 

Edith Weitzenová (roz. Nettlová) (1924)

born May 7th 1924 in Dresden in a Jewish German-speaking family in 1930 the family moved to Liberec in Czech borderland in reaction to rising anti-Semitic mood the family moved to Prague parents shortly in a refugee camp, children in children’s homes father a ... arrows 

Private First Class (ret.) Viktor Wellemín (1923) video clip available

born 24th March 1923 into a Jewish family in Prague 16th October 1939 - left for Palestine imprisoned in Camp Sarafand 14th May 1942 - joined the army Tobruk, Dunkirk war wound during the attack of the 28th of October treated at St. Omer and in English ... arrows 

Ing. Pavel Werner (1932 - 2017) video clip available

Born in 1932 A Jewish family from Pardubice Dimly recalls a story connected to the name of Nicolas Winton Interned in the Theresienstadt ghetto The Maccabiah Games of Fredy Hirsch The death of his sister Lenka Transport to Auschwitz-Birkenau Selection ... arrows 

Miluše Wiedermannová (1922)

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