When they did wrong things in the concentration camps, they were killed.
Radovan Dražan was born on September 18, 1923 in Dobruška. He apprenticed in the textile trade, with a local tradesman. After the arrival of German occupants he tried to escape and join the foreign Czechoslovak units. But, in early 1941, on the border of Austria and Yugoslavia he was discovered and permanently held by customs officials. During a trial in Graz he was sentenced to work in a Dachau concentration camp, where he was interned until the end of the world war. During American air raids in 1944 he was heavily injured. Due to intercession of an acquaintance he was saved from being killed by Nazi officers in charge of shooting the wounded. After returning home he became the national administrator of the Ledeč family shop. In 1948 he was fired and had to find a different job.