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The Seventies - 1970 - 1979

Related anniversaries

21. – 28.3.1969 – Disorders related to the celebration of Czech hockey team’s (18) 1976 – The Plastic People of the Universe trial (27) 1. 1. 1977 - Declaration of Chart 77 (207) 28. 1. 1977 - The “Anti-Charter” (40) 24. 4. 1978 – Formation of Committee for the Defence of the Unjustly Prosecuted (23)

List of witnesses


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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 


Petr Švestka (1959)

Born on November 15, 1959, in Jablonec nad Nisou Spent his childhood with his grandparents in a secluded cottage in a forest In 1975 started studying secondary chemical school in Ústí nad Labem He met with the dissidents and the underground community In 1979 ... arrows 


Anna Tesařová-Koutná (1933)

was born on March 24, 1933 her mother died when she was nine years old lived with her relatives, in a children’s home and in adoptive families studied a one-year course for typists worked in the secretariats of the Czechoslovak Youth Union and the Communist ... 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 


PhDr. Jiří Tichota (1937) video clip available

born on April 18, 1937 in Točná (district Prague-South at that time) from 1940 living in Lahovice, elementary school in Zbraslav in 1945 moved to Prague 1, Pařížská St. n.17 in 1947–1951 pupil at the elementary school in Sanytrová St. his father was unjustly ... arrows 


Miloslav Tlapák (1936)

Born on January 15, 1936, in Prague His father served as a butler to Miloš Havel, his mother was Havel's cook 1942 moving into Havel's villa at Barrandov May 8, 1942 – his father shot by Germans for unknown reasons 1947 – his mother left her job at Havel's ... arrows 


Věra Tomanová (1931)

5th July 1931 born in Náchod 13th December 1943 grandparents deported to Terezín (died in Osvětim in 1944) spring 1944 mother and uncle Karel deported to Hagibor, then Terezín autumn 1944 father sent to camp in Silesia for work autumn 1944 brother Pavel sent ... arrows 


PhDr. Julius Tomin (1938)

born on 2 December 1938 in Prague brought up developing an interest in languages, literature and philosophy shortly studied at the University of Russian Language and Literature in Prague worked as a teacher in Mútné, Slovakia refused to do his military ... 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 


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