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 (131) 28. 1. 1977 - The “Anti-Charter” (21) 24. 4. 1978 – Formation of Committee for the Defence of the Unjustly Prosecuted (18)

List of witnesses


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Tomáš Hradílek (1945) video clip available

born in 1945 in Lipník nad Bečvou graduated from the University of agriculture in Brno in 1967 was a member of the Communist party in the years 1966-1969 signed the Charter 77 in 1977 a member of the Collective of Charter 77 spokespeople in the beginning of ... arrows 


Marie Hrbková (1922)

born in August 1922 in Prague as Marie Jandová her father Karel Janda worked as a shoemaker, her mother Anastázie was a housewife as a five-year-old she moved with her family to a farm in Kanice in the Domažlice region in 1938 witnessed the mobilization and ... arrows 


Markéta Hrbková (1961)

born 1961 into the family of philosopher Mojmír Hrbek after her father obtained a scholarship at a London university in 1968, she spent three years in England expelled from grammar school in her second year studied librarianship at evening school worked in a ... arrows 


Vladimír Hučín (1952)

born on May 25, 1952 in Zlín his father worked in the Meopta company as a designer, his mother was an elementary school teacher 1968–1970 apprenticing in the Meopta company as a mechanic in 1970 refused to join the Socialist Union of Youth in 1971 beaten by ... arrows 


Karel Hvížďala (1941)

born on 16 August 1941 in Prague in the 1960s worked in the Mladý svět magazine and later for the publishing house Albatros in 1978 immigrated to Bonn, West Germany wrote theatre plays, contributed to exile magazines, collaborated with Radio Free Europe after ... arrows 


Jiří Chmel (1954)

born 24 May 1954 in Most grew up in Korozluky pretended to attempt suicide to avoid military service February 1977, he and fifteen friends from Korozluky signed Charter 77 this landed him with 18 months of prison April 1982, emigrated to Vienna with his ... arrows 


Jaroslav Chnapko (1956)

born in 1956 in Most in 1973 finished apprenticeship in chemical plants in Most in 1977 signed the Charter 77 the same year he and his friends bought a derelict homestead in Nová Víska and transformed it into a community center participated in the print and ... arrows 


Silvestra Chnápková (1954)

born 30 April 1954 in České Budějovice, southern Bohemia grew up in Litvínov, northern Bohemia experienced August 1968 with her sister at a cottage in southern Bohemia met with people from the underground community while staying in Prague participated in ... arrows 


Miroslav Chudej (1962)

born 29 March 1962 in Slovakia 1964, moved to Ostrava because of his father’s job at VOKD trained as an electrician, tried out various jobs fired from Czech Railways because he refused to join the Revolutionary Trade Union Movement until 1987, worked as miner ... arrows 


Miroslav Janda (1929)

was born on 27th November in 1929 in Prague in years 1947-51 he had studied at high school of forestry in Písek, in 1951 he enlisted regular military service in 60’s his brother introduced him to Wolfgang Fanki, an officer of German Secret Service (BND), who has ... arrows 


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