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Colonel (ret.) Pavel Švec (1924 - 2017)

born on January 26, 1924, in Pružina, Slovakia his parents were agricultural workers who went to Bohemian and Moravian estates for seasonal work admitted to the flight cadet school of the Slovak army in 1943 participated in the Slovak national uprising, fought ... arrows 


Jiří Švejdar (1922)

Born on the 24th of May 1922 in Český Boratín, Volhynia; his father the mayor was famous for protecting the village from hardship. Became a sergeant. Artillery observer of the 1st. Czechoslovak Army Corps, on the Eastern Front. Fought at Dukla, took part in the ... arrows 


František Švrček (1912 - 2008)

Born on the 12th of August 1912. Spanish International Brigades, first as infantry, later as air defence. After the disbanding of the International Brigades held in a prison camp in France, after the start of WW2 joined the Czechoslovak Foreign Army, fought in ... arrows 


Sergi Tabagua (1926) video clip available

Born in Abasha region, 14 July 1926 In 1942 Sergi continued studies in Tbilisi 1942 was called up for military service, first in Sokhumi then to Lazarevskaya. Later, was sent to Ukraine, he was fighting in Kerch and Sevastopol, Poland and finally in Germany. ... arrows 


Marta Talmanová (1924) video clip available

Maiden name Čermáková She was born on April 5th 1924 in Plzeň town Graduation from the business academy; she worked as a typist in Škoda company She was member of the Sokol organization April 1944-September 1944 - forced labor camp in Germany (Braunschweig) ... arrows 


Avraham Talmi (1920)

born 19 February 1920 as Ervín Farkaš in Krásovice, Michalovce District from an orthodox Jewish family spring 1939, six-month preparatory Makabi Hacair course before leaving for Palestine 29 November 1939, left Prague to Bratislava with a group of Zionists ... arrows 


Lída Tarmesar (1921)

Born on December 30, 1921, in the Polish village of Makow into a Jewish family Her father was Czech, her mother Polish, she had five siblings After accomplishing elementary school she worked as a nanny in Warsaw The whole family fled to the USSR during the ... arrows 


Arpád Tarnóczy (1936) video clip available

he was born in 1936 in Nováky in an aristocratic family he studied at the Roman Catholic public school in Nováky, then continued studying in Prievidza and Šaštín as a nine-year-old boy he secretly delivered papers and some money essential for escape to their ... arrows 


Marie Tasová (1922)

She was born on November 18th 1922 in the town of Kvasilov in Volhynia She was assigned to work in the coal mines of Eastern Ukraine in 1944 She entered the 1st Czechoslovakian Independent corps in 1944 In the August of 1944, she was sent to Kiev to undertake ... arrows 


Colonel (ret.) Pavel Tauber (1920 - 2008)

born 1920 in Western Bohemia forced labor after the occupation of Czechoslovakia, escaped to Poland Captured and imprisoned in the Soviet Union fought in the Middle East, participated in the fights at Tobruk passed flight training in Great Britain and Canada ... arrows 


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