Archive of Přemysl Pitter and Olga Fierzová
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Přemysl Pitter


It is not a long time since our archive contacted Mrs. Ilse through her daughter. Mrs. Ilse, a former Pitter´s German child, stayed in castle sanatoriums after... read more
Malach Centre for Visual History is digital archive which provides access to video testimony from several Associations. The archive has more than 60 000... read more
In May 2019, Mrs Rosie Whitehouse visited Archive of P. Pitter and O. Fierz. She is working on a publication on ´45 Aid Society. We found out, that the stories... read more
At the end of 2018, Pavel Kohn's book Castles of Hope. Premysl Pitter in memory of „his children“ was published in the L. Marek Publishing House. The life... read more
In July 2018, new information booklet „Přemysl Pitter. European Humanist and Child Rescuer“ has come out. The booklet is published by The National Pedagogical... read more
On 21 September 2017, The National Pedagogical Museum and Library of J. A. Comenius introduced paintings of the world-renowned Israeli artist of Czech origin... read more
Do you know that there is a street in Prague named after Přemysl Pitter? This street is parallel with Olšanska Street and is situated in Prague 3 nearby... read more
On 20 September 2016, The National Pedagogical Museum and Library of J. A. Comenius and The Foundation of Přemysl Pitter and Olga Fierz introduced ceremonially... read more


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