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17. 11. - 29. 12. 1989 - The Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia

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List of witnesses


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Zdeněk Adamec (1934) video clip available

born February 9, 1934 in Prague his father owned a construction company during the war his father served in the Luftschutz anti-aircraft defence his father joined the resistance movement, involved in the Prague Uprising after 1948 his father lost his ... arrows 


Milan Adámek (1971) video clip available

Born on 30 March, 1971 in Přílepy Grew up in Holešov Meetings with Stanislav Devátý Printing samizdat Suspended sentence for distribution of a petition Several Sentences Reconstructed a former coaching inn in Holčovice, where he lives with his family in 2016 ... arrows 


Petr Adler (1930)

Born on March 25, 1930, in Brno His parents had a mixed marriage – father was a Jew and mother a Czech German Studied music and theater studies at the Masaryk University in Brno in the years 1949–1953 His first job was ballad opera instructor in the state ... arrows 


Jiří Anderle (1936) video clip available

born on 14 September 1936 in Pavlíkov near Rakovník his dad died of tuberculosis when Jiří was six years old witnessed the war years poverty as well as allied bombings an elementary school teacher recognized his talent and recommended him at Prague’s arts ... arrows 


Miluše Axamitová (1929)

Her maiden name was Hesová She was born in 1929; she comes from Zemětice village by Merklín After her graduation from the Teaching institute in Plzeň she worked as a teacher on several grammar schools in West of Bohemia In Kdyně she met Antonín Axamit- the ... arrows 


Blažena Baborová (1935) video clip available

born 7 February 1935 near Nitra, Slovakia her father Jan Anděl fought on the West Front during WW2, was a hotel administrator in Františkovy Lázně after the war after February 1948 her father guided people over the border into Germany 11 April 1948, while ... arrows 


Prof. Ing., DrSc. Luděk Bartoš (1948)

born 1948 in Rakovník May 1949, the family’s company - Otto Soap Factory - was nationalised, and the family moved to Prague 1954-1963, primary school in Šimáčkova Street in Prague from 1961, member of a Scout troop (formally organised as a tourist group under ... arrows 


Petr Bartoš (1960)

Born on July 20, 1960, in Gottwaldov (Zlín today) Disapproved of the communist regime since an early age Lost his job in the planning committee of the District National Committee in Gottwaldov due to his political stances In 1987 co-founded the Society of the ... arrows 


Ing. Vlastimil Bartoš (1955) video clip available

Born on 24 November, 1955 in Ústí nad Orlicí Connected to underground church A driver of Fridolín Zahradník´s underground church Witnessed secret consecrations Printed and distributed samizdat Organised secret theological seminars in the house One of the ... arrows 


Second Lieutenant (ret.) Josef Bartošek (1947)

born on 19 September 1947 in Medlov his family moved to Fryšták in 1953 after his father was convicted for being a Kulak graduated from technical school in Zlín and worked in automobile repairs in Holešov did his military service in 1966 with the 7th airbone ... arrows 


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