Příběhy 20. století
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The Sixties - 1960 - 1969

Related anniversaries

9. 5. 1960 - Amnesty of political prisoners (104) 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 (607) 22. 8. 1968 – Extraordinary congress (the “Vysočany Congress”) of KSČ (6) 19. – 21. 11. 1968 – The three-day student strike and other displays of civil r (18) 5. 1. - 21. 8. 1968 - The Prague Spring (270) 1968 - 1970 - Second renewal of Junák (92) 5. 4. 1968 – Formation of KAN (Club of Active Non-partisans) (14) 16. 1. 1969 – Jan Palach´s self-immolation (42) 18. - 21. 8. 1969 – mass demonstrations against Soviet occupation (30) 17. 4. 1969 – A. Dubček’s resignation, start of the “normalisation” period (75)

List of witnesses


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PhDr. Miloslava Žáková roz. Legnerová (1933)

She was born on October 11th 1933 in Kupičov Village in Volhynia Her father, grandfather as well as most of their ancestors came from the carpenter’s generation Memories of war, bombing and hiding from the attacks Everyday life in Volhynia from the child’s ... arrows 


Václav Žďárský (1951) video clip available

born November 26, 1951 in Vrchlabí his father was a pastor in the Czechoslovak Hussite Church for many years since he was prohibited from studying further, he began working in a chemical factory where he then stayed for 22 years published several collections of ... arrows 


Zdeněk Žemlička (1908 - 2015)

Born Dec. 24, 1908, in Pelhřimov Grandson of a local printer and bookseller, Rudolf Rupp Graduated from grammar school in Pelhřimov in 1927 Studied law at Charles University, Prague Since 1932 worked at the District Court in České Budějovice In 1937 became ... arrows 


Leo Žídek (1932) video clip available

Born on September 8, 1932, in Dolní Lutyně Three times banished from his birth place – by the Poles, by the Germans and by the Communists During the war, the family lived in Malenovice and Mirošov in the region of Valašsko Attended a grammar school in Bohumín ... arrows 


Marie Žlábková (1930)

born 1930 in České Budějovice 1936, her family moved to Prague out of fear of persecution by the Nazis 1948, confiscation of her grandfather’s brickworks at Cerekvice Estate in eastern Bohemia studied grammar school and teaching at university taught at ... arrows 


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