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Svědci lokálních událostí z éry komunismu

List of witnesses


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Jaroslav Šebek (1955)

born on 11 March 1955 in Vejprty in 1968 became a member of the scout water division in Mladá Boleslav after Junák was banned in 1970 he continued to follow scout thoughts organized secret events for the youth based on scout principles collaborated with ... arrows 


Marie Michaela Šechtlová (1952)

born on March 17, 1952 in Prague a family of photographers – studio Šechtl & Voseček the family’s photography archive was partly destroyed the studio was forcible incorporated into a cooperative, Marie’s father was imprisoned in the 1950s the family was ... arrows 


Zdeněk Šesták (1925)

his parents were amateur musicians studied grammar school in Slaný organ player in the church in Cítoliby forced labour at the airport in Prague Prague Conservatory study of musicology at the Faculty of Arts of Charles University, lectures of professor Jan ... arrows 


Věra Šestáková (1920)

Born on 31 August, 1920 in Prague-Bubeneč In 1939 married and left with her husband to Slovakia Beginning of the war and establishment of the Slovak republic, which she could not leave In 1944 moved from Bratislava to Banská Bystrica, where she soon experienced ... arrows 


Bohdan Ševčuk (1950) video clip available

born on 22nd June 1950 in Tarasiv, Soviet Union’s Ukraine his mother is a Czech from Volhynia lived in the Soviet Union for forty years worked as a bus driver in Mlynov, Ukraine moved to Moravia in 1997 lives in Maršíkov as of 2017 ... arrows 


Petr Šída (1944)

born 5 February 1944 in Lomnice nad Popelkou compulsory military service with a rocket detachment in Terezín 21 August 1968, shot seven times by Soviet soldiers in the centre of Liberec 1970s and 80s, various jobs for production affiliated with the local ... arrows 


Mária Šidová, rod. Almássyová (1937)

born as Almássyová, comes from Liptovská Štiavnica together with her family she actively helped and was hiding persecuted people in years 1952 – 1958 the family was hiding Ján Hutyra, a persecuted priest of the Congregation of the Mission of St. Vincent de Paul ... arrows 


Jiřina Šiklová (1935)

born on 17 June 1935 in Prague graduated from a grammar school in 1953 in 1953 – 1958 studied history and philosophy at Charles University in Prague after the XX. Congress of the Soviet Communists joined the Communist Party in the mid-60s, co-founded the ... arrows 


Ing. Jaromír Šimonek (1945)

Born on July 24, 1945, in the chateau of Lobeč On March 8, 1948, all family property, acquired by the great grandfather Josef Šimonek, was nationalised 1951 – the family had to leave the chateau of Lobeč to live in the cottage of Eduard Štorch in Lobeč 1960 – ... arrows 


Jan Šinogl (1949)

born on September 25, 1949 in Znojmo after completing elementary school he started his vocational training the events in August 1968 and the death of philosopher Jan Patočka in 1977 turned him into an active member of the resistance movement against the communist ... arrows 


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