Příběhy 20. století
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The Sixties - 1960 - 1969

Related anniversaries

9. 5. 1960 - Amnesty of political prisoners (106) 13.8.1961 - Building of the Berlin Wall (4) 9. 5. 1962 – An extensive amnesty (16) 22. 8. 1963 – Start of court restitutions (13) 27. – 29. 6. 1967 - The 4th Congress of Czech Writers (7) 31. 10. 1967 – Spontaneous student demonstration in Prague (6) 21. 8. 1968 - Invasion of the Warsaw Pact troops (677) 22. 8. 1968 – Extraordinary congress (the “Vysočany Congress”) of KSČ (9) 19. – 21. 11. 1968 – The three-day student strike and other displays of civil r (20) 5. 1. - 21. 8. 1968 - The Prague Spring (293) 1968 - 1970 - Second renewal of Junák (100) 5. 4. 1968 – Formation of KAN (Club of Active Non-partisans) (15) 16. 1. 1969 – Jan Palach´s self-immolation (47) 18. - 21. 8. 1969 – mass demonstrations against Soviet occupation (33) 17. 4. 1969 – A. Dubček’s resignation, start of the “normalisation” period (83)

List of witnesses


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Ludmila Bittnerová (1933)

born on 25th June 1933 in a village called Lupěné studied at the Faculty of Education in Olomouc between the years 1954 and 1958 she taught at an elementary school in Mírov, her students were mainly children of prison guards after her son was born she taught in ... arrows 



Alžběta Blahutová (1942) video clip available

Born on 17 March, 1940 in a village of Růženec (German Rosenkranz) German nationality Sister Pavla got married to a dead soldier of German Wehrmacht Brother Richard and sister Pavla displaced from Poland to Germany Most family members were not displaced ... arrows 


Jolana Blau (1938)

was born on 27th April in 1938 in Bánovice nad Bebravou in 1941 her father, her aunt and uncle were deported to Auschwitz, her father later perished in Majdanek Jolana with her mother and grandmother were sent to labor camp Nováky after the Slovakian uprising ... arrows 


Michal Blažek (1955) video clip available

born 19 November 1955 in Prague comes from an artistic family not allowed to study after secondary school for political reasons briefly worked at Geodézie February 1977, failed emigration attempt with a group of young artists 1977-1983, studied at the ... arrows 


Miloš Blažek (1926)

born 7th May 1926 1937 , member of the Scout organisation Legio Angelica took his Scout Promise shortly before the signing of the Munich Agreement during the Prague Revolt, worked in charity after the war, leader of the 318th Scout Troop, co-founder of the ... arrows 


Petr Blažka (1960)

born 1960 in Prague 1969 – joined the 18th Cub Scout pack, and continued as its member throughout the period when Scouting was banned 1975 – forms the Boy Scout patrol Klokani (Kangaroos) 1982–1992 – became the leader of the former 18th Boy Scout troop, which ... 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 


Ján Boďa (1956)

born on November 20, 1956 in Martin since 1975 a student of Physics at the Faculty of Natural Sciences of the Comenius University in Bratislava in September 1980 as a university graduate, he enrolled at the compulsory military service in Benešov in December ... arrows 


Viktor Boháč (1932)

son of a political prisoner who was born in Prague on February 22nd, 1932 comes from the famous Nymburk Family Boháč, his granfather was the mayor of Nymburk his father was a famous member of Czechoslovak National Socialist Party, which he represented as a deputy ... arrows 


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