Příběhy 20. století
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The Seventies - 1970 - 1979

Related anniversaries

21. – 28.3.1969 – Disorders related to the celebration of Czech hockey team’s (17) 1976 – The Plastic People of the Universe trial (15) 28. 1. 1977 - The “Anti-Charter” (19) 1. 1. 1977 - Declaration of Chart 77 (129) 24. 4. 1978 – Formation of Committee for the Defence of the Unjustly Prosecuted (18)

List of witnesses

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Petr Pospíchal (1960)

born on 16. 03. 1960 1972 parents divorce 1977 meeting Charta 77 and the chartists, beginning of work in the dissident movement March 1978 – maturity, first questioning 4. May 1978 – first imprisonment 1979 – working in VONS January 1980 – demonstration ... arrows 

Mgr. Květoslava Princová (1950)

Born in 1950 in Lipník nad Bečvou Grew up in a Moravian catholic family, her father was a member of the Folks party In 1968 began studying the Prague High School of Chemistry and Technology and was active in strikes against the Soviet occupation During studies ... arrows 

Jaroslav Proche (1942)

born 19 July 1942 in Říčany near Prague his father was an official who was fired for refusing to join the Communist Party; to avoid being embroiled in the operation “77,000 into Production”, he voluntarily went to work in the uranium mine in Bytíz 1960, employed ... arrows 

Michal Prokop (1946)

born on 13 August 1946 in Prague his parents Jindřích Popper and Lota Mendlová were of Jewish origin and survived imprisonment in the Terezín ghetto soon began with playing musical instruments and singing in 1967 had first successful concert, opting for a ... arrows 

Pavel Pukyš (1964) video clip available

Born on August 30, 1964 in Slavičín Apprenticed as a pipe fitter for ČKD Due to his efforts to avoid obligatory military service he stayed in psychiatric hospitals Spent three months in the Ruzyně prison for an offence against work discipline Repeatedly ... arrows 

Jindřiška Radová (1925)

born April 1, 1925 in Libkov near Seč the family moved to Chrudim before the war her father was involved in the resistance movement, in 1940 committed suicide in order to prevent their activity from being revealed 1941-1944: study of textile design at the Arts ... arrows 

Michal Reiman (1930) video clip available

born 14th July 1930 in Moscow childhood in Prague-Žižkov WW2 in the USSR, evacuated to Gorkovsky District, then Moscow 1945, return to Czechoslovakia 1949-54, studies at the Faculty of History of Lomonosov Moscow State University taught at the Political ... arrows 

Jan Rejžek (1954)

born 21st June 1954 in České Budějovice childhood in České Velenice, grammar school in Třeboň 1977, graduated from the Faculty of Journalism, Charles University wrote sports articles for a regional newspaper since he was 15 freelance columnist and concert ... arrows 

MUDr. Petr Riesel (1933) video clip available

Born in 1933 in Pilsen. Comes from an atheist Jewish bourgeois family. His father was arrested in 1939 and later died in a concentration camp Deported to Theressienstadt together with his mother and brother in 1942. Suffered two serious nervous strikes in ... arrows 

Ing. Věra Roubalová (1947)

Born in 1947 in Prague in a Jewish family 1950-1960 – father imprisoned during a political show-case trial 1968 – a student activist in the time of the invasion and the student strike 1969 – helped organizing the funeral of Jan Palach 1977 – together with her ... arrows 



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