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Ruth Beery (1937)

30 July 1937 was born as Růžena Rónová in Hlohovec middle-class Jewish family older brother Bedřich (1930-2009) from spring 1942, the whole family hid to avoid deportation stayed with relatives in Tisovec October 1944, little Růžena was entrusted to nuns in ... arrows 


Ruth Bejkovská (1920 - 2013) video clip available

born 11th June 1920 in Olomouc childhood and youth in Uherský Brod 1943, transport to Terezín ghetto wedding in Terezín, husband did not survive the war October 1944, short stay in Auschwitz moved to camp in Merzdorf (now Marciszów, Poland) worked in ... arrows 


MUDr. Antonín Bělař (1944)

Born on 15 June, 1944 in Brno Hidden Jewish child The mother was pronounced dead to save herself The father, a gymnasium director, was taken to labour in Postoloprty Medical studies Surgeon and then a head of emergency surgery department in Vítkovice ... arrows 


Ladislav Bém (1918)

Born on December 27th, 1918 in Bartovice A Czech Technical University student until the closure of universities 1939 – A resident of Hlávka's dorm, arrested at the burial of Jan Opletal A prisoner in the concentration camp Sachsenhausen Returned to the ... arrows 


Colonel (ret.) Ivan Benčák (1919)

he was born on March 17th 1919 in Novosedlice village in Tjachevo region, Carpathian Russia in 1940 he was taken into Hungarian army, but after just few months he ran off to Soviet Union he spent two years in the detention Siberian working camp he entered the ... arrows 


Jiří Benda (1924)

born September 29, 1924 in Odolena Voda left for Sweden with his parents when he was four, his father was a diplomat attended a Swedish school 1936 to learn Czech, living with his aunt in Znojmo 1938 returned to Sweden received alien passport, learned a ... arrows 


Miloslav Benda (1919) video clip available

born on October 8, 1919 in Jelenice near Mělník established a local branch of the Catholic youth organization in May 1945, he joined the uprising and defended the Řepín village left to the Sudetenlands, opened a shop in Prostiboř in western Bohemia in 1948 ... arrows 


Lota Bendová roz. Ehrmannová (1928)

born 1928 in Prague in a middle-class family of Jewish origin October 1939 left with her parents and brother in a transport on the Danube River to Palestine attended school in Palestine, learning to be a seamstress after the war together with her parents ... arrows 


Katarína Bendová, rod. Skalová (1929)

born on January 18, 1929 in Košice as Katarína Skalová since childhood she lived with her parents in Bratislava spent the war years in Žilina, later under a false identity in Komárno and Budapest studied chemical engineering and worked at the Chemical and Food ... arrows 


Professor MUDr., DrSc. Vladimír Beneš (1921)

January 27, 1921 in Pilsen 1932–1940: study at grammar school in Pilsen during the war worked as an editor in the Pilsen daily Nová doba, then as an orderly in the hospital in Pilsen led the American convoy to the town hall during the liberation of Pilsen ... arrows 


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