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Tomáš Konc (1963) video clip available

he was born on August 24, 1963, in Bratislava in the family with six children under the influence of a good upbringing and thanks to the contacts with the Capuchin order he was from his early childhood decided to dedicate his life to religious belief, so later he ... arrows 

Ing. Jan Konzal (1935)

born on the 5th of May 1935 in Třebonice (today’s Zbuzany) near Prague grew up in a boarding school at Svatá Hora from the age of eight to twelve avoided being put in a labour camp in 1950 during persecution of churches graduated from ČVUT in 1958 organized ... arrows 

Václav Konzal (1931)

born 13 December 1931 in Prague 1941, enrolled at a boarding school established at the Redemptorist monastery on Holy Mountain near Příbram 1950-1952, interned in “centralisation” monasteries and forced labour camps 1953-1958, studied Russian and Georgian at ... arrows 

Pater Josef Kordík (1948)

born August 1, 1948 in Jilemnice studied the Secondary School of Textile Engineering and the Saints Cyril and Methodius Faculty of Theology in Litoměřice 1975 ordained a priest, served as a chaplain in Bílina and as a priest in Libčeves signed Charter 77 in ... arrows 

Sebastián Košút (1941)

born on November 16, 1941 in Čierna Hora (pol. Czarna Góra) 1965 he was ordained a priest in Warsaw imprisoned in years 1969 – 1970 as an organizer of an anticommunist movement during the normalization era he emigrated to Italy 1987 – meeting the later ... arrows 

Karel Koutský (1965)

Born in Prague on March 31, 1965 Trained as a printer in 1984 Worked as a male nurse, taking care for old and sick people Met people active in the dissent Organized meetings in his flat and screening of films banned by the regime Several times interrogated ... arrows 

Miroslav Koval (1944)

born 26 November 1944 in Havlíčkův Brod 1953, his parents were sentenced to long terms in prison in a political trial (his mother was in custody from 1952) 1953-1960, children’s home in Pyšely, Central Bohemia 1960, his parents were released, the family lived ... arrows 

Jan Kozlík (1946)

Born on the 4th of January 1946 in Mšeno near Mělník. In 1956 his mother died. In 1960 he was confirmed into a Protestant church in Mšeno. In 1961 due to the bad class profile he was only admitted to the vocational school, training to be an electrician. In ... arrows 

Jozef Krajňák (1929) video clip available

Jozef Krajňák was born on February 19, 1929 in Abrahámovce he spent his childhood and youth in Veľká Lomnica and he grew up in Christian surroundings when he was twelve, his mother died and from then on he was brought up by his grandparents since his early ... arrows 

Dorota Kravjanská (1929) video clip available

she was born on April 21, 1929, in the village of Ťahanovce near Košice as the oldest of seven children she grew up in the Christian family in the area with a large Jewish community as a child she witnessed Aryanization along with the deportations of Jewish ... arrows 



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