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The Sixties - 1960 - 1969

Related anniversaries

9. 5. 1960 - Amnesty of political prisoners (116) 13.8.1961 - Building of the Berlin Wall (4) 9. 5. 1962 – An extensive amnesty (16) 22. 8. 1963 – Start of court restitutions (14) 27. – 29. 6. 1967 - The 4th Congress of Czech Writers (10) 31. 10. 1967 – Spontaneous student demonstration in Prague (6) 21. 8. 1968 - Invasion of the Warsaw Pact troops (820) 22. 8. 1968 – Extraordinary congress (the “Vysočany Congress”) of KSČ (11) 19. – 21. 11. 1968 – The three-day student strike and other displays of civil r (21) 5. 1. - 21. 8. 1968 - The Prague Spring (345) 1968 - 1970 - Second renewal of Junák (113) 5. 4. 1968 – Formation of KAN (Club of Active Non-partisans) (20) 16. 1. 1969 – Jan Palach´s self-immolation (52) 18. - 21. 8. 1969 – mass demonstrations against Soviet occupation (37) 17. 4. 1969 – A. Dubček’s resignation, start of the “normalisation” period (103)

List of witnesses


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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 


Radoslava Brovjáková (1926) video clip available

Born on 19 October, 1926 in Drozdovská Pila During war the family got engaged in a resistance movement in a secluded house of Žilkuv mlýn near Velká nad Veličkou They were hiding a leader of a parachuting airdrop Carbon, František Bogataj The witness was a ... arrows 


Václav Brůna (1934) video clip available

born March 2, 1934 in Lkáň while he was still a minor he took over his parents’ farm in Lkáň in 1948 first arrest of his father on December 24, 1951 1954 – began his military service in the Auxiliary Technical Battalions – work in a quarry in Prášily ... arrows 


PhDr., CSc. Jiří Březina (1933)

born April 6, 1933 in Prague his father was persecuted by the Gestapo during WWII for helping Jewish citizens he was saved from execution by being hospitalized in the psychiatric ward in Prague and in Německý Brod Jiří and his mother survived the war while ... 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 


Fotis Bulguris (1935) video clip available

born 7 December 1935 in the village of Chiliodendro (Kastoria, northern Greece) Slavic Macedonian in Greece his father lost an arm during the civil war in Greece his mother was nearly beaten to death by government soldiers the family emigrated from Greece ... arrows 


Irini Bulgurisová (1943) video clip available

born on the 10th of February 1943 in the town of Maniaki (Kolorica in Macedonian) in northern Greece Slavic Macedonian in Greece during the Greek civil war her father fought for the Democratic Army of Greece (DSE) family moved out of Greece from 1948 Irini ... arrows 


Daruše Burdová (1923) video clip available

Born in Brno in 1923 Father Josef Kolář injured in combat near River Piave Father participated in the fight for the Těšín are during the Seven-day War Brno in wartime Jew Edita Linkeová Police Director in Brno Dr Karl Schwabe Uncle Vítězslav Štork died ... arrows 


Jan Burian (1952)

Born March 26th, 1952 in Prague. Son of E. F. Burian and Zuzana Kočová. Studied journalism and worked for the Melodie magazine. 1970s, began his public appearances as a singer and song-writer. Member of the Šafrán association, then worked with Jiří Dědeček ... arrows 


Alena Burianová (1934)

Born in Prague in 1934 Father interned during war in Theresienstadt; after release the family fled to Mokrovraty In 1945 the family was bullied by the Red Army soldiers, so the Steinbauers returned back to Prague After war the family colonised the border region ... arrows 


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