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23. 2. 1949 – Beginning the forced agricultural collectivisation

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The Fifties - 1948 - 1959 (2591)

List of witnesses

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Jaroslav Hrdina (1945)

born on May 18, 1945 after 1948, his father was sentenced as a kulak to three months of imprisonment the family was evicted to a state farm near Hluboká nad Vltavou in 1966 the family moved to eastern Bohemia blacksmith by trade, worked in the Unified ... arrows 

Josef Hroch (1920 - 2015)

born 7th April 1920 in Janoušov, Lanškroun district supported partisans and stockpiled ammunition during WW2 imprisoned in Šumperk by Nazis from April to June 1944 hid Russian captives towards the end of the war retreating German artillery chose its defensive ... arrows 

Marie Hromádková (1943) video clip available

born 25 April 1943 in the settlement of Pružiny childhood at the family farm in Pružiny witnessed the pressure of collectivisation teacher of art education and Czech language witness of the events in 1968 and the beginning of normalisation spokeswoman of ... arrows 

Lieutenant (ret.) Vladimír Hryzbil (1925 - 2017) video clip available

born on 2nd March 1925 lived through soviet occupation of Poland-Volhynia fought in Svoboda´s army: Dukla settled down in Žatec region for the second time in his life he live through collectivization he died on May, 19th, 2017 ... arrows 

František Chlup (1934)

1934 born in Bítovčice attended a 'two-class school', later a two-year agricultural school 1940 his family's farm was set on fire at the end of war got hurt while playing with abandoned ammunition 1951 part-time job in Motorpal: apprenticed as an ... arrows 

Ing. Blažej Ingr (1928)

born January 30, 1928 in Vacenovice his parents farmed on extensive farmland experienced WWII in Vacenovice, German soldiers lived in their house at the end of the war witnessed the retreat of the Romanian army he and his family were branded as kulaks because ... arrows 

Jan Jančí (1919) video clip available

born 1919 in Veselíčko during the war provided a hiding place for partisan Josef Fiala in 1944 imprisoned in Olomouc and in the Mauthausen concentration camp for several months witnessed the burning out of Javoříčko by Lüdemann’s squad on May 5, 1945 several ... arrows 

Jindřiška Janíková (1922) video clip available

born 1922 in Palkovice childhood in Palkovické Hůrky her father provided shelter for communist resistance fighter Ludvík Korbáš her sisters Ludmila and Helena, her father František Kula and her husband Stanislav Špaček were arrested her father František Kula ... arrows 

Ivana Janů (1946)

She was born on March 14th 1946 in the central Bohemia village called Plazy (Mladá Boleslav town region) to a family of the local farmer; they owned 20 hectares of lands. Her parents refused to enter the local JZD (collectivized farms - translator’s note) during ... arrows 

Libuše Janyšová (1932) video clip available

born 24 April 1932 in Čáslav 1938–1945, lower and upper primary school in Močovice and Čáslav 1945–1947, grammar school in Čáslav 1947–1949, business school in Kolín 1949, one-year language school in Kolín 1950, employed at a company that repeatedly changed ... arrows 



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