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The Nineties - 1990...

Related anniversaries

1989 - Third renewal of Junák (82) 1990 - 1991 - Odsun sovětských vojsk z Československa (7) 3.10.1990 - Reunification of Germany (2) 2. 3. - 21. 7. 1992 - Konflikt v Podněstří (1) 1994 - 1996 - First Chechen war (6) 1999 - 2009 - Second Chechen war (5) 24. 3. – 10. 6. 1999 - NATO bombing of Yugoslavia (4)

List of witnesses


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Jana Andrlíková (1939) video clip available

born 24 July 1939 in Jičín her father Jaroslav Pulec was chairman of the Municipal National Committee in Jičín from 1960 to 1970 at sixteen, joined the Czechoslovak People’s Army witnessed the Šumava military exercise at Hradčany Airfield in Mimoň witnessed ... arrows 


Jaroslav Balek (1933) video clip available

Born on April 26, 1933, in Prague 1945 - joined the 224th Boy Scout troop in Kobylisy, Prague 8 After the dissolution of the Scout by the Communists, he continued to be engaged in the scout illegally Graduated from the Czech Technical University Internships ... arrows 


Věra Benešová (1926)

born in Pilsen March 22, 1926 as Věra Nová joined the Scout troop in spring 1939 during World War Two formed a Club of Foglar’s Fast Arrows with friends during a stay in the summer cottage after the end of WWII became the leader of 27th Pilsen Girls’ troop ... arrows 



Petr Blažka (1960)

born 1960 in Prague 1969 – joined the 18th Cub Scout pack, and continued as its member throughout the period when Scouting was banned 1975 – forms the Boy Scout patrol Klokani (Kangaroos) 1982–1992 – became the leader of the former 18th Boy Scout troop, which ... arrows 


PhDr. Hana Bouzková (1935)

she was born on 13th August 1935 in Benešov her father was executed by the Nazi on 29th June 1942 after the war, the family returned to Benešov from 1945 to 1950 she was active in the Scouting Movement she continued being active in the Scouting even after the ... arrows 


Jindřiška Burzičová (1969)

born June 17, 1969 in Karlovy Vary learnt the seamstress‘ trade in 1991 she and her husband moved to the town Kulen Vakuf in Bosnia her daughter was born in 1991 experienced the war in former Yugoslavia attempted to flee her country with her daughter ... arrows 


Mgr. Jiřina Čechová (1932)

Born in 1932 in České Budějovice 1939 - joined the Sokol 1945 - joined a Boy Scout troop in České Budejovice 1948 – joined the group “Kruh” around Dr. Paul Křivský 1950 - studied Czech and Romanian at the Philosophical Faculty of the Charles University ... arrows 


Ing. Lumír Čermák (1923)

Born on August 24, 1923, in Orlová in Silesia 1928 – joined the Sokol 1934 – joined the 1st Boy Scout Troop – Scouts of the RČS in Orlová 1943–1945 – after his graduation he was assigned to the anti-aircraft police in Ostrava and to the paramedics In April ... arrows 


Miroslav Dostál (1928)

Born on June 28, 1928 A scout since 1938 Learned in the textile sector Began to scout again after the war, led his first camp in 1948 Married a girl from the Scout (a member of the Amazon troop) in 1952 Worked in the chemicals industry, completed his ... arrows 


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