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21. – 28.3.1969 – Disorders related to the celebration of Czech hockey team’s

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List of witnesses


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Josef Černý (1939)

Born on October 18, 1939, in Rožmitál pod Třemšínem In 1958 to 1978 a player of the ice-hockey team Rudá hvězda Brno In 1959 represented Czechoslovakia at the World Championship for the first time The Czechoslovakian ice-hockey player to have scored over 400 ... arrows 


Alois Frank (1925) video clip available

born 7th January 1925 in Svébohov while at grammar school in Litovel, became commander of Section II of the Czechoslovak Youths Union resistance group 28th August 1944, arrested by the Gestapo imprisoned in the Olomouc "garňák" [military prison], at Kounice ... arrows 


Ladislava Guričová (1938)

born on 26 December 1938 her father was a private farmer in 1949 her father was arrested for collaborating with the resistance group Světlana he was tried in a political trial in Uherské Hradiště since 1953 she was employed in company Pal Magneton Valašské ... arrows 


Jan Havel (1942) video clip available

born on 10 November 1942 in Pašinka, a village near Kolín from 1952 to 1958 hockey player at Tatra Kolín from 1959 to 1961 player in the army teams of Dukla Litoměřice and Dukla Jihlava from 1962 to 1975 player of Sparta Praha participant in the hockey strike ... arrows 


Jiří Holík (1944)

Born on 9 July, 1944 in Havlíčkův Brod Older brother also a hockey player, Jaroslav Holík (1942–2015) Studied eleven years of secondary school and a faculty of pedagogics, approbation PE and geography professional hockey player, as a youngster played for a ... arrows 


Miroslav Jirounek (1955)

born 3 August 1955 in Kladno family moved to Mladá Boleslav 1970, began grammar school studies in Mladá Boleslav promising violinists, numerous competitions; e.g. in 1972 won the national round of the string quartet competition of children’s art schools ... arrows 


Václav Kadlec (1945)

born 12 June 1945 in Prague late 1950s to early 1960s, trained as a blacksmith 1960s onwards, helped renovate numerous historical monuments after the Velvet Revolution, started his own business now trains apprentices ... arrows 


Ing. Vladimír Kopřiva (1929)

to be translated ... arrows 


Jiří Oplatek (1944) video clip available

born 1944 in Brno 1968, graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of Brno University of Technology (FA BUT) one year of compulsory military service 1969, emigrated to Switzerland, worked at the architecture studio of Vischer & Weber 1981, co-founded Vischer ... arrows 


Karel Pokorný (1941)

was born in 1941 in Prague graduated on Prague’s gymnasium he served the auxiliary technical forces (PTP) he spent the August 21st 1968 in Prague, was an eyewitness of people gathering in front of the Czech radio building left to Germany in summer of 1969 ... arrows 


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