Příběhy 20. století
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22. 8. 1968 – Extraordinary congress (the “Vysočany Congress”) of KSČ

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Suzanne Bartosek (1933) video clip available

Born on 13th July, 1933 in Brive La Gaillarde In 1951-1956 studied history and geography in Sorbonne Studied pedagogics another two years In 1958-1959 taught at gymnasium in La Rochelle In 1959 left to Czechoslovakia, where she married Karel Bartošek Stayed ... arrows 

Čestmír Císař (1920 - 2013) video clip available

born 2 January 1920 in Hostomice nad Bílinou grammar school in Duchcov, lyceum in Dijon (France) moved to Prague after the Munich Agreement during WW2, accountant at insurance company and wholesale wine merchant 1945, entered the Communist Party (CPC) ... 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 

Kamila Moučková (1928)

born on 8 April 1928 in Jihlava, was raised by grandparents 1939 her father left for Great Britaion 1940 was interrogated because of her father 1942 – 1945 her mother was imprisoned in the Ravensbrück concentration camp 1946 her parents got divorced 1948 ... arrows 

Ing. Věra Roubalová (1947)

Born in 1947 in Prague in a Jewish family 1950-1960 – father imprisoned during a political show-case trial 1968 – a student activist in the time of the invasion and the student strike 1969 – helped organizing the funeral of Jan Palach 1977 – together with her ... arrows 

Professor, Ing., CSc. Věněk Šilhán (1927 - 2009)

an econom, in the years 1957-1970 and 1990-1992 worked at the Faculty of Economy. He was e.g. a pro-rector for research and after 1989 he was a rector. in mid-fifties he studied in USSR he actively took part in political life during the period of “Prague spring”, ... arrows 

PhDr., CSc. Libuše Šilhánová (1929 - 2016)

born April 10, 1929 in Vrdy near Čáslav 1933 – the family moved to Žehušice 1946 – the family moved to Chomutov 1948 – graduated from the grammar school in Chomutov 1948 – study at the Pedagogical Faculty of Chrales University in Prague 1951 – met Věněk ... arrows 

Božena Šochová (1924)

born 24 November 1924 in Dobříš 1943, graduated from grammar school and was immediately sent to forced labour 4 February 1944, transferred to Markleeberg near Leipzig 20 February 1944,survived a devastating air raid on Leipzig and the surrounding area August ... arrows 

Igor Tomeš (1931) video clip available

born 1931 in Brno, grandson of the Brno mayor Karel Tomeš his father was a sales representative of the Škoda Works 1932‒1936, 1939‒1946, lived with his parents in Hong Kong and other cities of the Far East 1951‒1955, studied at the Faculty of Law of Charles ... arrows 



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