Communism can’t be reformed, because it is built on hatred, envy, stupidity, class struggle, and bigwiggery
Vlasta Ulrychová was born on 16 November 1925 in Dobruška. Her parents instilled into her both a love for literature and theatre, and a hostility towards the Communist regime. As a young girl, she was strongly effected by both the arrival of the German occupation army and by the havoc wreaked by the revolutionary guards in the aftermath of the war. The August-1968 invasion of Warsaw Pact armies into Czechoslovakia was just as painful for her. Since her childhood she was active in Czech Scouting, the Sokol sports movement, and the Czechoslovak Hussite Church. She drew from her wartime participation in church youth plays in the 1960s to establish Divadlo hudby a poezie (Theatre of Music and Poetry). In both 1968 and 1989 she was active in the renewal of Czech Scouting in Dobruška. During the so-called normalisation she was one of the organisers of secret Scout gatherings. She is the holder of a number of Scout awards. During the background checks of 1969, as an active Scout, a Christian, ...
Expelling the Soviet armies
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11. března Vás srdečně zveme do Národní technické knihovny na slavnostní zakončení projektu Příběhy našich sousedů v Praze 6. Školáci zde představí 12 životních příběhů pamětníků, kterým naslouchali, jejichž příběhy natočili a sami zpracovali.