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 (16) 1. 1. 1977 - Declaration of Chart 77 (134) 28. 1. 1977 - The “Anti-Charter” (23) 24. 4. 1978 – Formation of Committee for the Defence of the Unjustly Prosecuted (18)

List of witnesses


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Petr Štembera (1945) video clip available

born in April 1945 in Pilsen an important figure of Czech action and conceptual art early in his career did interventions into the natural environment (The Big Pool, 1970) became known for woks on his own body, the so-called body art (e.g. Grafting and Sleeping ... arrows 


Jana Štroblová (1936)

Born on July 1, 1956 Studied Czech and Russian at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University From 1960 an editor in the National Publisher of Children's Literature Wrote poems and texts that irritated the socialist censors In 1970 she lost her job due to ... arrows 


Antonín Šurýn (1946)

Was born on the 16th of March in 1946 in Vranovice in South Moravia. He was trained in milling. He studied at the high school of the Prison Service in Ostrov nad Ohří. Between 1967 and 1969 he worked as a warden in the prison of Příbram. From 1969 he had ... arrows 


Ing. Jan Thoma (1935 - 2013)

Born in Plzeň on January 14, 1935 Trained as a machine fitter, then took extramural courses at the School of Industrial Engineering Military Aviation School, seven years of active military service Postgraduate studies in metrology - worked in the Škoda ... arrows 


Miloš Trapl (1935)

born 15 January 1935 in Hustopeče near Brno studied history in Olomouc 1964, began teaching at the Faculty of Arts in Olomouc 1980, gave a speech that was deemed seditious; was banned from lecturing 1993, founded the Centre for Czechoslovak Exile Studies; ... arrows 


Professor, ThDr., Ing. Jakub S. Trojan (1927)

Born 13th May 1927 in Paris Protestant pastor, theologian, and economist; belonged to Nová orientace movement Member of Academic YMCA from 1946 to 1950 Three years compulsory military service with Auxiliary Technical Battalions (PTP) 1974 - Denied government ... arrows 


Ing. Miroslav Tyl (1943)

born in a respected, cultured family, his father was an economist, lawyer, resistance fighter, and supporter of the WW2 government in exile attended a secondary school of agriculture in Liblice near Prague - farmer, breeder worked as an agronomist at a farm in ... arrows 


PhDr. Jan Urban (1951)

Born on 27 March, 1951 in Hradec Králové Father in resistance during war, a member of the communist party 1965: father an embassador in Finland 1967-1968: study stays in England 1969: graduation at the Russian-Finnish lyceum in Helsinki 1970: father ... arrows 


Mgr. Václav Vacek (1946) video clip available

Born on 11 August, 1946 in Dolní Čermná His father was sentenced for two years of prison during communism in a construed process In 1970 - 1975 studies at the Theological Faculty in Litoměřice In 1975 ordained a priest in the St. Vitus cathedral in Prague ... arrows 


Rostislav Valušek (1946)

Dissident and priest of the Czechoslovak Hussite Church. Born on 18th of July 1946 in Olomouc. His religious views were mainly formed by his grandmother and Sunday classes at the Czechoslovak Hussite Church. Wanted to become a painter, but instead studied to be ... arrows 


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