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  • Diane Straley

    Herta executed at age of 23 for her work for the gestapo

  • Ola Baskerville

    Herta Kašparová was executed at age of 23 for her work for the Gestapo in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia

  • norbert prüfer

    Herta Kasparova executed at age of 23 for her work for the gestapo

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