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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 - 2016)

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 


Colonel (ret.) Mikuláš Vondráček (1923) video clip available

born 15 June 1923 in Sofievka, Volhynia (under Polish administration) 1943, escaped an assignment of forced labour in Germany assigned to dig trenches near Dubno to stop the Red Army 15 March 1944, joined the 1st Czechoslovak Army Corps served as a signaller ... arrows 


Major (ret.) Václav Vondrák (1912)

born on December 29th 1912 in Dudlin village in Vysocina region, he had seven siblings during the fall of 1939 decided to enter the foreign army troops dramatic escape via Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Lebanon to France fought in Marno after the French ... arrows 


Second Lieutenant (ret.) Vladimír Voráč (1925 - 2013)

he was born on 12. November 1925 in a small village of Jervanina in Volhynia, about 100 km from Lviv. grandparents came from Moravia as well as his parents he worked in agriculture he did not attend school because of financial reasons in the years 1944-1945 ... arrows 


Vasilia Vorobčuková (1922)

born May 7, 1922 in the village Yasinia in Carpathian Ruthenia in the then Czechoslovakia 1940 – she and her husband illegally crossed the border to the Soviet Union arrested, imprisoned in Vorokhta, Poltava and Kharkov sentenced to three years end of ... arrows 


Dr. Ctibor Vořech (1921)

Born in 1921 in Slovakia, both of his parents were artists Beginnings of his scouting in the 1930s Was involved in resistance activities, arrested in 1942 in a labor camp in Opava 1944 – served in an intelligence brigade, special operations platoon ... arrows 


Inka Vostřezová (1930) video clip available

born 4 January 1930 in Prague from a Jewish family, the daughter of Romanian immigrants 1939, the family fled from Nazism to Great Britain spent two years in a children’s home for immigrant children 1942–1947, Long Dene School, concluded by exams comparable ... arrows 


Alena Voštová (1939)

Born on March 17, 1939 in Prague Her father died in the course of the mobilization Her mother Anna Malinová (1914–1942) helped the paratrooper Jozef Gabčík She was taken to her grandparents who lived in the Nalžovské hory Mountains by her mother Anna June ... arrows 


Helena Vovsová (1926)

Born on February 12, 1926, in Prague Moved to Panenské Březany with her parents in 1931 Started to work as a support gardener at the local Chateau in 1941 Served there till the end of October 1945 In 1948, returned to the Chateau as a laboratory technician ... arrows 


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