Příběhy 20. století
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17. 4. 1969 – A. Dubček’s resignation, start of the “normalisation” period

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The Sixties - 1960 - 1969 (1364)

List of witnesses


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Josef Bachura (1926)

born 27 February 1926 in Prague grew up in Lahovice trained as a mechanic at Janka Radotín secret Scouts troop in Lahovice, October 1944 - Scouts training in Zvíkovské Podhradí 1944-1945, air raids on Radotín May 1945, fighting in Lahovice guardsman at a ... 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 


Colonel (ret.) Václav Bednář (1938)

Born in 1938 in Třebíč His father, Václav Bednář, joined the communist party in 1945 and was an active functionary for many years In 1953 - 1954 studied at the School of Lieutenant Youth in Olomouc, and in 1954–1956 in Kremnice In 1959 - 1966 was a lieutenant ... arrows 


Eva Benešová (1940)

Born to a Jewish family in Prague on 1 October 1940 Parents refused to join a transport to the Terezín ghetto They hid in Prague then fled from the Protectorate 1943-1945: Hiding in Hungary and Slovakia January 1945: liberation in Slovakia Autumn 1945: ... arrows 


Ivan Binar (1942)

was born on 25 June 1942 in Boskovice in Moravia graduated from the Pedagogical Institute in Ostrava in 1963, studied Czech linguistics, history and arts, performed as a stage actor in the theater “Pod okapem” in Ostrava did his basic military service in ... arrows 


František Bloudek (1947)

born on 4 September 1947 in Otvice in 1967 was admitted to the University of Agriculture in Prague had to suspend his studies following the death of his father, return home and take care of his younger brother was only able to resume his studies seven years ... arrows 


Jitka Borkovcová (1936) video clip available

Born on December 18, 1936, in Prague Father was a traffic policeman, during the war he left the gendarmerie In 1948 - as a non-communist – her father lost his job at the police Witness started to study a grammar school in 1952 Graduated in 1955 Worked at ... arrows 


Miroslav Brocko

born 5 August 1946 his father JUDr. Karol Brocko and his relatives participated in the Slovak National Uprising his father helped Jews move their property out of the country during WW2 Karol Brocko was accused of high treason, but he died before the trial took ... arrows 


Josef Bubeník (1934) video clip available

born April 24, 1934 in Dubňany in the Slovácko region began learning the fitter’s trade, then transferred to a secondary industrial school, later to the Institute of Physical Education and Sport joined the Communist Party in 1957 teaching at the Faculty of ... arrows 


Blanka Císařovská (1927)

born 10 May 1927 in Lenešice her father was a legionary in Russia during WW1 1945, she and her whole family joined the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia graduated from the University of Politics and Society 1953-1960, lectured on the history of the labour ... arrows 


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