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Tereza Wiesnerová (1928)

She was born October 9, 1928 in Topoľčany She lived in Topoľčany until she was 15 and attended the Jewish school On the day of her 16th birthday, she was transported to Auschwitz concentration camp In 1946 after returning from a concentration camp she moved to ... arrows 

Ing. Felix Winkler (1926) video clip available

born 1926 in Miroslav in southern Moravia in a Jewish family in autumn 1938 after the occupation of Sudetenland had to leave Miroslav with his parents and sister for more than three years living as a refugee in Valašské Klobouky and in Brno with their relatives ... arrows 

Vladimír Winter (1925)

born in Praha-Vršovice on January 27th, 1925, the family lived in Libeň later on his father lost his job as a turner in 1930, the family moved to the USSR during the economic crisis he spent his childhood and youth in Pemza and Stalingrad, his school achievements ... arrows 

Barbara Winton (1953)

born 23rd Otober 1953 in Taplow, Buckinghamshire, Great Britain, lives with her family in Herefordshire, England 1984 completes her studies of homeopathy at London College of Homepathy 1988 BBC programme That´s Life completely changes the life of the family ... arrows 

Ing. František Wretzl (1919 - 2013)

born on 19 October 1919 member of the Catholic Scout troop "Legio Angelica" of Pater Metod Klement a war-time member of the revolutionary Scout troops (ROJ) arrested and interrogated by the Gestapo for a month held in the little fortress of the Theresienstadt ... arrows 

Magdaléna Zadorová (1919)

born on December 22, 1919 in Košice March 1940 she married Andrej Zador from Uzhhorod May 25, 1944 – she boarded the third transport to Auschwitz lived to see the liberation in Ravensbrück returned to Košice in June 1945 1946 her son was born lives in ... arrows 

Colonel Jaromír Zahálka (1928)

Born in 1928 His father, General Otakar Zahálka, was a Czechoslovak legionary in Russia, the director of the Military Academy in Hranice in the years 1935–1939 and a leading figure of the Defense of the Nation in Moravia Jaromír Zahálka studied at the Military ... arrows 

Věra Zachařová, roz. Salačová

Born on 8th December, 1942 in Prague, family lived in Kostelec nad Labem father Josef Salač was a butcher and active member of Sokol provided illegal meat to families of resistance fighters In December 1942 Věra´s parents arrested by the gestapo, as the father ... arrows 

Antonín Zajíc (1921 - 2013)

born in Ruda nad Moravou on April 22nd, 1921 attended primary school in Zvole graduated from Commercial College in Olomouc in 1942 sent to forced labor in Bernsbach in Niedersachsen in the same year refused to come back to forced labor from his holiday, was ... arrows 

JUDr. Jiří Zapletal (1917)

born March 22, 1917 in Brno a member of Sokol from 1937 studying law at the university in Brno direct witness of student arrests and the closing down of Czech universities in autumn 1939 interned in concentration camp Sachsenhausen, released after one year ... arrows 



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