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The Fifties - 1948 - 1959

Related anniversaries

1940-1950 - Сollectivization in Ukraine (36) 25. 2. 1948 - Communist coup d‘état in ČSR (932) 1948 - 1955 - Politic lawsuit in the Stalin age (589) 19. 6. – 23. 6. 1948 – The Sokol Gathering (57) 8. 9. 1948 – Funeral of President Edvard Beneš (24) 21. 6. 1949 – Execution of General Heliodor Píka (19) 11. 12. 1949 – The “Čihošť Miracle” (6) 23. 2. 1949 – Beginning the forced agricultural collectivisation (303) 7.10.1949 - Creation of the German Democratic Republic (0) 24. 2. 1949 – Formation of the Czechoslovak Union of Youth (24) 1949 - 1959 The communist labour camp in Belene (1) 13. – 14. 4. 1950 – "Action K" – forceful concentration of Czech monks (61) 8. - 11. 10. 1950 - Trial against F.A.Stříteský, head of the piarist dormitory in Litomyšl (8) 31. 5. – 8. 6. 1950 – Milada Horáková’s trial (44) 2. 7. 1951 - Babický případ (3) 20. 11. – 3. 12. 1952 – Rudolf Slánský’s trial (44) 30. 5. 1953 – 3. 6. 1953 – The monetary reform and subsequent public upheaval (134) 17.6.1953 - Uprising of 1953 in East Germany (3) 14. 3. 1953 – Klement Gottwald’s death (26) 22. – 29. 4. 1956 – 2nd Congress of Czech Writers (4) 1956 - The April Plenum of BCP (0) 23. 10. 1956 - Hungarian revolution of 1956 and fightings for independence (50) 5 January 1957 - Reestablishment of Chechen-Ingush Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, Chechen return from deportation (4) 1959 - 1962 The labour camp nearby Lovech (0) 9. 5. 1960 - Amnesty of political prisoners (120)

List of witnesses


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Anton Tomík (1932)

born in 1932 in western Slovakia his agrarian family was affected by the forced communist collectivization studied mechanical engineering in Bratislava in 1951 during a trip to the mountains he and his friends were arrested and sentenced to fifteen years for an ... arrows 


Anna Tomíšková (1933)

Born on 10th December, 1933 in Dohňany, Slovakia Experienced the Slovak National Uprising In 1945 moved to Ervěnice in the Northern Bohemia with her family Until 1950 served at a farmer in Eastern Bohemia, finished due to collectivisation Returned to the ... arrows 


Václav Topš (1928 - 2013)

former political prisoner in 1950 called up to serve the army by the 21st tank battalion in Zatec town, later gained the sergeant honor due to a disciplinary violation he was declassed served the army as a secret agent in Mnichovo Hradiste region in 1952 was ... arrows 


Josef Touš (1929 - 2013) video clip available

born November 9, 1929 in Pocinovice after February 1948 his father Václav Touš (1898–1986) was guiding refugees over the border, arrested and sentenced to 14 years of imprisonment as a member of the group MUDr. Krbec and Co., held in Pankrác, Kladno, Bory, ... arrows 


Marie Traplová (1920)

Born in Lipí by České Budějovice on August 4th, 1920. A member of the Communist resistance movement during WWII. Later imprisoned in Terezín, Auschwitz and Neu Brandenburg. Her husband was a commander of Rudolf Slánský's bodyguards after February 1948. ... arrows 


Viktor Trstenský (1908 - 2006) video clip available

he was born on March 28, 1908, in Trstená in a peasant family after finishing his studies at the grammar school, he enrolled at the seminary in Trnava and in Spišská Kapitula he was ordained a priest by the bishop Ján Vojtaššák in 1931 from the very beginning ... arrows 


Miloslav Trubáček (1916) video clip available

1916 born in Prague, Faculty of Law of the Charles University 1945-1946 Ministry of Foreign Affairs (Masaryk) 1946-1949 Czechoslovak Embassy in Moscow (Horák, Laštovička, Glazarová, NKVD) 1949-1953 Department of reparations at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs ... arrows 


Major (ret.) Milan Trunkát (1925 - 2014)

born February 1, 1925 in Moravská Ostrava together with his mother and father helping to guide Czechoslovak soldiers over the border to Poland after March 1938 in April 1939 he and his mother fled to England member of Air Training Corps (ATC) in 1941 joined ... arrows 


Colonel (ret.) František Tuček (1918 - 2008)

born on August 6, 1918, in Lanžhot in southern Moravia grew up in Slovakia since 1933, graduated in 1938 from a business academy drafted in 1938 for compulsory military service demobilized on March 15, 1939 1939–1940 fled the country via Slovakia, Hungary, ... arrows 


Justína Tuková (1922)

she was born on January 23, 1922 as Terézia Tuková in Nižná, in Orava region in 1939 she started her novitiate in Raslavice convent as a nurse in Prešov hospital she witnessed Soviet bombing of the city on December 20, 1944 in 1950 she met with a priest Štefan ... arrows 


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