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Milan Zapletal (1924 - 2013)

Born on October 23, 1924, in Velké Bílovice His brother Libor Zapletal became a paratrooper in the Bivouac group, was landed in the Protectorate but shortly after his landing arrested and forced to cooperate with the Gestapo, he pretended to cooperate and ... arrows 

Věra Zárubová (1926)

born 22 November 1926 in Brno, née Boudná witnessed the war in Horní Heršpice, which is now a part of Brno attended a Czech-German elementary school 1944-1945, the girls’ vocational school that she attended was closed down the pupils were assigned to forced ... arrows 

Alexander Záslocký (1923)

born on March 19th 1923 in Zdolbunov in Vohynia attended Czech and polish schools and after the soviet occupation also Russian school during the years 1941-1944 working upon the forced labor in the train depot as a turner On March 24th 1944 escaped from the ... arrows 

Bedřich Zavadil (1922)

born on February 9th, 1922 in Olomouc - Černovír worked in Letňany, avoided forced labor twice for the third time sent off to France participated in pitching up Hitler's tent and building his bunker forced labor in Belgium as well shortly imprisoned after ... arrows 

RNDr. Zuzana Závadová (1938) video clip available

born June 12, 1938 as Zuzana Schwarzová her family’s illegal crossing of the border from Slovakia to Hungary in March 1942 in 1942–1944 stayed in an evangelical orphanage in Košice for several months March 1945 – returned to Slovakia with her parents from ... arrows 

Emilie Závodská (1925)

Volhynian Czech spent her childhood in Hulcze Czech in Volhyinia remembers the Soviet occupation in 1939 and the German invasion in 1941 was active in an illegal organisation Blaník served in the First Czechoslovakian Army as an ambulance worker after the ... arrows 

Jan Zavřel (1920)

born January 1, 1920 in Brno structural engineer detained in Villach, Klagenfurt, Dachau and Mauthausen worked as a structural engineer in KT Mauthausen; his fellow prisoner was Antonín Novotný liberated by Americans from KT Mauthausen remained apolitical ... arrows 

Professor, Dr. Vladimír Zbořílek (1924) video clip available

Born in 1924 in Morkovice nearby Kroměříž Studied at a grammar school in Křenová in Brno 1945-1948 studies of history and French at the Masaryk University in Brno Summer of 1948 emigration - via Břeclav, Austria to France Lived in Paris and Madrid 1952 – ... arrows 

Alžběta Zdražilová (1928)

born August 18th 1928 in Humenné in a Jewish family 1930s the family moved to Carpathian Ruthenia in search of work 1939 Hungarian occupation of Carpathian Ruthenia interned in Hungary and then in the Stutthof concentration camp survived Auschwitz, she was ... arrows 

Bedřich Zedníček (1922)

born July 30, 1922 in Dlouhá Ves in the Olomouc region his father died of tuberculosis in 1933 his mother was raising three children in 1936 began working in the Baťa factory in Zlín in 1942 went to Vienna as conscripted labour escaped from forced labour to ... arrows 



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