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Dr. Ing., CSc Josef Vlach (1919) video clip available

Born on 20 September, 1919, in Pilsen 1937-1939 – studied mechanical and energy engineering at the Czech Technical University in Prague Hlávkova College September 1938 – patrolled bridges during the mobilization as part of the national militia 15. 11. 1939 - ... arrows 

Alois Vocásek (1896 - 2003)

born April 13, 1896 in Pečky learnt metal casting in the Suchý, Jouza & Čáp Company in Chrást near Pilsen in April 1915 drafted in the Austrian-Hungarian army defected to the Russians during the Brusilov offensive (July 1916) joined the Czechoslovak brigade ... arrows 

Captain Adolf Vodička (1913 - 2012)

as a non-soldier he volunteered in the International Republican Brigades during the Spanish Civil War in WWII fought in the Czechoslovak Forces in France; after the defeat of France (June 1940) left to Great Britain spent the rest of the War as a civilian, ... arrows 

Hana Vodičková, roz. Lewitová (1918 - 2013)

born in a Jewish bourgeois family, related to the Ohrenstein family, the family of Jiří Orten (born as Ohrenstein) raised in an intellectual environment, influenced by left-wing orientation of her parents at the grammar school she and her brother Karel engaged in ... arrows 

Božena Vodrážková (1923)

born 1923 in Prague spent her childhood in France working in a factory producing children’s furniture her brother was sent for conscripted labour to Germany during the war lived in Lidice before its destruction living on Podhora’s farm eradication of ... arrows 

Colonel (ret.) Leopold Vojtěchovský (1920 - 2013)

Born on October 11, 1920, in Frýdek-Místek 1939 – helped volunteers leave Czechoslovakia to Poland 1939 – left to Poland himself June 1, 1939 – enrolled to the Czechoslovak legion in Polish Katovice Left with the legion to the Soviet Union Was employed as a ... arrows 

Captain (ret.) Karel Volena (1923) video clip available

he was born on January 16th 1923 he comes from ethnically mixed marriage (his mother was Italian, his father was Czech) he spent his youth in Northern France in Sallaumines town he entered the Czechoslovak independent armored brigade in 1944 he underwent the ... arrows 

Miloš Volf (1924 - ????)

born on June 2, 1924, in Tábor studied at the grammar school in Tábor joined the Sokol (equivalent to the Scout) at age four was a liaison for the resistance organization “Defense of the Nation” during the war was assisting the paratrooper Fr. Pospíšil from ... arrows 

Jaroslav Vomočil (1927 - 2015) video clip available

born 28 July 1927 in the village of Desná near Litomyšl 1944, assigned to work at an ammunition plant in Polička 22 September 1944, arrested interned in the Gestapo prison in Pardubice and the Small Fortress in Terezín interned in the concentration camps ... arrows 

Evžen Vondráček (1921)

born in 1921 in the village Sofijevka in Volhynia enrolled in the Czechoslovak army in the spring of 1944, joined the 5th battalion, 4th machine-gun company, 3rd brigade, went through a three-month military training in Romania in the rank of a lance corporal ... arrows 



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