Příběhy 20. století
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22. 8. 1963 – Start of court restitutions

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The Sixties - 1960 - 1969 (1341)

List of witnesses


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Anděla Černá (1935) video clip available

born 22 June 1935 in the village of Vranín her family owned a farm in Vranín her father Jan Nevoral spent eight month during WW2 in prison in Jihlava her father Jan Nevoral joined an anti-Communist resistance group led by Gustav Smetana Gustav Smetana’s group ... arrows 


Rudolf Dobiáš (1934) video clip available

he was born on September 29, 1934 in Dobrá near Trenčín in a peasant family in his youth he was a scout and he held a function of the squad’s counsellor in Trenčianska Teplá after the ban of scouting, their squad tried to work illegally also by issuing prohibited ... arrows 


Jaroslav Haidler (1933)

born 14 June 1933 in Liberec 1938, family forced to move from Liberec to Říčany near Prague 1945, family moved to Frýdlant, into a house belonging to expelled Germans 1952, expelled from seventh year at grammar school, worked in the textile-machine factory ... arrows 


Věra Chudobová (1944) video clip available

born September 5, 1944 in Kunčice her father JUDr. Alois Ruprecht was a judge in 1948 her father refused to sentence several men in Šumperk according to the demands of the political regime in power August 10, 1954 her father was arrested by the State Security ... arrows 


Helena Kosková (1935)

Born in 1935 in Prague in a mixed Czech-Jewish family Father Otto Fischl was a diplomat in the GDR in the years 1949-1951 1951 - sister Eva emigrated to Germany 1951 - father arrested 1952 - father sentenced to death in the trial with R. Slánský, executed ... arrows 


Karel Lánský (1924) video clip available

born 6 July 1924 in Staňkov childhood spent in poverty in rural southern Bohemia 1939–1943, trained as a tailor in Prague 1943–1945, forced labour at Walter Motors in Prague, also at Ruzyně airport May 1945, resistance fighter during the Prague Revolt from ... arrows 


Antonín Loucký (1926 - 2009)

born April 22, 1926 World War Two German war refugees local village committees after the communist coup studied grammar school in Slaný collectivization of farms region of Slaný ... arrows 


Jitka Matoušková (1920)

Born in 1920 in Olomouc. Father Jiří Hejda - a lawyer, economist, and journalist. Family moved to Prague. Her father became the director of the ČKD and later founded a factory for kitchenware. Father hid his Jewish wife in a villa in Prague, Na Cibulce. ... arrows 


Vladimír Nekvasil (1944)

Vladimír Nekvasil was born on 20 April, 1944, he remembers his father, a member of the international brigades in Spain Miloš Nekvasil was born on 2 January, 1910, in the family of a carpenter from Tábor the family was leftist studied at a secondary school in ... arrows 


Jan Pospíšil (1916 - 2010)

born in Černovice at the town Tábor on August 13th, 1916 spent his childhood and youth in Brno where he graduated from the Faculty of Law 1946-1948 was the law official in the Government Presidium and later the personal secretary of minister Stránský in the ... arrows 


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