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The Nineties - 1990...

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1989 - Third renewal of Junák (95) 1990 - 1991 - Odsun sovětských vojsk z Československa (10) 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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Dušan Mlýnek (1934) video clip available

Born on 24 December 1934 Boy Scout nickname of Šaman (Shaman) Father Jindřich Mlýnek (*20 June 1908 – † 3 May 1945) was a decorator; was killed during the liberation of Místek Mother Jaroslava Mlýnková, née Kocichová (* 1915 – † 1990) Three siblings: Jaromír, ... arrows 


JUDr. Jiří Navrátil (1923 - 2017)

born September 10, 1923 in Leipzig into a family of a diplomat joined the boy scouts after his return to Czechoslovakia 1944 – arrested in a patriotic manifestation organized by scouts during a sport match took an active part in the Prague Uprising joined the ... arrows 


Ladislav Nocar (1929 - 2016)

Born on 25 July, 1929 in Nýřany scouting in Nýřany and Tlučná, three renewals of Junák Life during war and liberation by the American army Demonstration on 25 February, 1948 in Pilsen, arrestment Escape to Germany with a scouting leader, Karel Bek Refugee ... arrows 


Dalibor Norský (1931)

born on 22nd June, 1931 in Košice his father, a lieutenant, was released from the army after 1948 and had to work manually his sister, Květa Hamplová, was sentenced to nine years in prison in a political in 1949 a strong repulsion towards the communistic regime ... arrows 


Karel Nováček (1929)

born July 3, 1929 in Luka nad Jihlavou he was a member of Junák from the mid-1940s active as a Boy Scout leader in his native village until the ban on the Scouting movement in 1950 graduated from the trade academy in Jihlava served in the Auxiliary Technical ... arrows 


Vladimír Novák (1946)

1946 – born in Prague 1951 – the family moved to Kladno 1946 – founding the 9th troop, first collaboration with Scouting 1992 – leader of the unit council 1994 – surrendered the leader’s position, cooperation with the unit “Stopa” 1997 - Order of Scout ... arrows 


Jiří Nýdrle (1932)

born 29 December 1932 in Nová Paka 1946, joined the Scouting Movement when Scouting was banned, member of a secret Scout group 1954, arrested by agents of State Security 1954-1956, imprisoned in labour camps around Jáchymov after his release, worked as a ... arrows 


Jiřina Paroubková (1917)

Born on February 21, 1917 in Domažlice Graduated in 1936 from the Teaching Institute in Pilsen Joined the Scouts after graduation, went to her first Scout camp the following year (in Fuksova Huť) Established a Brownie troop in Domažlice, experienced bans on ... arrows 


František Pavlík (1925) video clip available

Born on January 16, 1925 Lives in Napajedla Boy Scout since 1940 During the war the troop continued as one of Mladý Hlasatel clubs Restoration of scouting after the war, became the troop leader Restoration of scouting in 1968 Restoration of scouting in ... arrows 


Vladimír Pechar (1931)

Born January 19, 1931 in Příbram May 23, 1938- Joined the Scouts 1945 – Served as the unit's secretary 1947 – Admitted to grammar school in Příbram 1951 – Graduated from the school, began working in a factory 1952 – Began studying secondary technical school ... arrows 


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