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Professor MUDr., DrSc. Vladimír Beneš (1921)

born on 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 ... arrows 


Eva Benešová (1940)

Born to a Jewish family in Prague on 1 October 1940 Parents refused to join a transport to the Terezín ghetto They hid in Prague then fled from the Protectorate 1943-1945: Hiding in Hungary and Slovakia January 1945: liberation in Slovakia Autumn 1945: ... arrows 


Vladimír Beran (1925 - 1914) video clip available

He was born on November 11th 1925 in Hlinsko town in Volhynia As a signal man he went through the Carpathian operation and participated in battles in Slovakia After the war he returned to Volhynia and then he re-emigrated with his family to Czechoslovakia ... arrows 


Ing. Karel Beránek (1925) video clip available

born December 17, 1925 in Bílina his family moved to Roudnice nad Labem studied the Secondary Technical School of Mechanical Engineering in Roudnice nad Labem June 20, 1942 – arrested in the so-called ‘persecution of students from Roudnice’ June 20, 1942 – ... arrows 


Viera Berkešová (1946)

she was born on October 20, 1946 in Žarnovica she spent her childhood in Dolné Hámre she has two older brothers, one of them died and the other doesn´t want to talk about the events that happened during the war she studied chemistry in Banská Štiavnica since ... arrows 


Zbyněk Bezděk (1918 - 2015) video clip available

born 15th March 1918 in Rovensko his father Alois was an important political and cultural figure in the village and owned one of the largest estates there 1943, arrested by Nazis and held hostage because of a fire in the village spent some time at the Gestapo ... arrows 


Erika Bezdíčková (1931)

born September 26, 1931 in Žilina in a middle class Jewish family the family was arrested by Hlinka’s Guards after neighbours informed upon them in October 1944 deported to Auschwitz by the next-to-last transport her father and mother killed in Auschwitz ... arrows 


Nina Bilijenková (1929)

born 1929 in Chorov, Polish Volhynia lived in the Czech Mirohošť in Volhynia until 1966 her family was the target of repression after the Soviet occupation of Volhynia in 1939 a witness to deportation of Jews from Dubna to the place of their murder since ... arrows 


Ignác Bilík (1920)

born on 31 July 1920 in Boršice at Buchlovice, in the region of Uherské Hradiště graduated from teaching at primary schools as a member of the Defence of the Nation arrested by the Gestapo and sentenced to six years for high treason went through several German ... arrows 


Josef Bílý (1926)

he was born on September 19th 1926 his father Josef Bílý Sr. participated in resistance activities they were hiding partisans, runaway captives, but also Vítězslav Lepařík - the commander of the parachute landing, code named "Glucinium" on March 6th 1945 Josef ... arrows 


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