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The Eighties - 1980 - 1989

Related anniversaries

1979 - 1989 - Sovětská invaze do Afghánistánu (1) 21. 8. 1988 – 17. 11. 1989 – Street demonstrations against the communist regime (60) 17. 11. - 29. 12. 1989 - The Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia (471) 1989 - Transition in Hungary (8) 17. 11. 1989 - Demonstration at Národní třída (53) 9.11.1989 - The fall of the Berlin Wall (6) 29. 6. 1989 – Zveřejnění manifestu Několik vět (39) 16. 12. 1989 - 24-25. 12. 1989 - The Romanian revolution (4) 1989 - The fall of the iron curtain (297) 10.11.1989 - The Transition from communism to democracy in Bulgaria (3)

List of witnesses


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Olga Dolníčková (1936)

born 17 March 1936 in Trenčín (Slovakia) to a family of Czech teachers spring 1939, the family was forced to leave Slovakia, they settled down on the Slovak-Moravian border, in Vyškovec the family experienced partisan resistance and dramatic fighting at the end ... arrows 


Jan Doskočil (1942)

born January 13, 1942 in Pelhřimov 1947 – moved to Hradec Králové graduated from the College of Chemical Technology in Pardubice 1965 – worked in the Research Institute for Electrotechnical Ceramics in January 1968 helped to disband the ROH trade union in the ... arrows 


Jan Doskočil (1965)

born on 25 May 1965 in Hradec Králové following graduation in 1983 and unsuccessful attempts to get accepted to high school he worked as a manual worked and later a sanitary worker in 1985 began studying Medical faculty of the Charles University in Hradec ... arrows 


Jiřina Dostálová (1965) video clip available

born 1965 in Třinec both grandfathers fought in Wehrmacht Seventh-day Adventist dissident interrogated by State Security in Trutnov Hrádeček near Trutnov signee of Charter 77 signee of “Několik vět” (“A Few Sentences” protest article) lives in ... arrows 


Pavel Douša (1948)

born on 29 March 1948 in Prague ever since elementary school, has played in orchestras underwent railway school during military service he witnessed Prague’s occupation by Warsaw Pact armies until 1993 worked in railroad transport at present works as ... arrows 


Iva Drápalová (1925 - 2016)

Born on April 4, 1925 Went to England on a scholarship in 1939 Returned to Czechoslovakia in 1945 Did her doctorate at Masaryk University in Brno Her first husband, Bohdan Jelínek, became a professor in 1947 He emigrated in 1948, and left Iva, who was ... arrows 


Jiří Drofa (1941)

born in 1941 in Kbelnice near Jičín son of Miroslav Drofa, renowned Baťa’s architect under influence of Baťa’s ideas and innovative solutions witnessed communist media propaganda of the 1950s since 1964 worked in Zlín’s Industrial Constructions company in ... arrows 


Pavel Dudr (1949)

born December 2, 1949 grew up in the family of a secondary school teacher 1958, father forced to worked at a concrete plant uncle imprisoned for hiding anti-Communist resistance groups from 1969, studied at the Faculty of Mechanics at the Technical University ... arrows 


cardinal Jaroslav Dominik Duka (1943)

was born on April 26, 1943 in Hradec Králové his father František Duka served in the Government Army during the war, deserted and joined the Czechoslovak foreign Army, served as an armourer in No. 311 Czechoslovak Bomber Squadron of the Royal Air Force; imprisoned ... arrows 


František Dušek (1955)

born 1955 in Maříž into the family of a Border Guard primary school in Slavonice, vocational training completed university studies employed at the Office of the Chief Border Commissioner - responsible for safety and security on the state border with Austria ... arrows 


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