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Before the iron curtain fall - 1946 - 1949

Related anniversaries

1944 - 1949 Greek civil war (50) 1944 - 1947 - Population Transfers from the Ukrainian - Polish Borderlands (8) 1944 - 1953 The Partisan war in Lithuania (1) 30. 5. 1945 – 29. 10. 1946 - Withdrawal of Germans from Czechoslovakia (410) 1945 - 1948 - First renewal of Junák (126) 1945 - 1946 Resettlement of Poles in the "Regained lands" (12) 29. 6. 1945 – Withdrawal from the Carpatho-Russia in favour of the USSR (35) 1946 - Expell of ethnic Germans from Hungary (0) 26. 5. 1946 – The last “free” parliamentary election in Czechoslovakia (58) 10. 7. 1946 – Agreement on Volhynian Czechs option with the USSR (102) 23.12.1947 - Mass Nationalization of industrial and other property in Bulgaria (1) 1947 - Jamboree in France (7) 8. 9. 1948 – Funeral of President Edvard Beneš (24) 25. 2. 1948 - Communist coup d‘état in ČSR (858) 1948 Arab–Israeli War (20) 1948 – Action "DI" (Confidential: Israel) (20) 19. 6. – 23. 6. 1948 – The Sokol Gathering (54)

List of witnesses


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Master of Fine Arts Zdeněk Zahradník (1936)

childhood in Lomnice nad Popelkou end of WWII and the uprising against the Nazis study at the Music Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (HAMU) archive of the Czech Music Fund employed as a music director in Supraphon teaching at the State ... arrows 


Jiří Zachariáš (1940)

born 1940 in Prague, Žižkov district ’50s, joined Jaroslav Foglar’s troop 1965, co-founded the Psohlavci group 1968, founded his own group, Spirála during normalisation, forced to move his troop under the heading of various youth organisations a signatory ... arrows 


Věra Zachařová, roz. Salačová

Born on 8th December, 1942 in Prague, family lived in Kostelec nad Labem father Josef Salač was a butcher and active member of Sokol provided illegal meat to families of resistance fighters In December 1942 Věra´s parents arrested by the gestapo, as the father ... arrows 


Antonín Zajíc (1921 - 2013)

born in Ruda nad Moravou on April 22nd, 1921 attended primary school in Zvole graduated from Commercial College in Olomouc in 1942 sent to forced labor in Bernsbach in Niedersachsen in the same year refused to come back to forced labor from his holiday, was ... arrows 


Marie Zajícová, roz. Hotařová (1937)

born on August 4, 1937 in Menhartice her mother was a teacher, her father was a farmer after the end of WWII, soldiers spent the night in their barn and they left behind an unexploded grenade witnessed the deportation of Austrians after the war graduated from ... arrows 


Ing. Iva Zajíčková-Stafová (1948)

born on March 9, 1948 in Brno her grandfather lost his farm in Ždánice in the collectivization process in the 1950s participated in cycling races with the sport club TJ Favorit Brno the family was persecuted due to her father who had left the Communist Party ... arrows 


Petr Záleský (1927)

born June 21, 1927 in Mutěnice learnt the shop assistant’s trade, in 1947 went to Prague in 1949 began his military service in Prešov, then assigned to work in the Dukla Mine in the Ostrava region married Julie Trávníková in October 1953 disseminating ... arrows 


Vlastimír Zamastil (1930) video clip available

born January 2, 1930 in the village Lhůta (Vysoké Mýto) the family was persecuted during the collectivization process from September 1951 till March 29, 1954 served in the 68th Auxiliary Technical Battalion in 1952 his father Josef Zamastil spent four months in ... arrows 


Ivo Zapletal (1934 - 2014) video clip available

Born in 1934 in the village Krčmaň Witnessed the liberation of Krčmaň in 1945 His uncle, Ladislav Loveček, was involved in the so-called Krčmaň affair Studied at a grammar school under the auspices of the Kroměříž Archbishop Persecution of his family during ... arrows 


Věra Zárubová (1926)

born 22 November 1926 in Brno, née Boudná witnessed the war in Horní Heršpice, which is now a part of Brno attended a Czech-German elementary school 1944-1945, the girls’ vocational school that she attended was closed down the pupils were assigned to forced ... arrows 


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