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List of witnesses


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Josef Beneš (1936)

born 2 December 1936 1946, campaigned against the Communists with his father before the elections 1948, accepted to a grammar school in Brno 1950s, when extended grammar schools were dissolved, he applied to a vocational school and trained as a cook 1956, ... arrows 


Miloslav Beneš (1935) video clip available

Born on 5 December 1935 in Horní Počernice Saw fleeing German troops at the end of World War II The Toulc court (of his family) confiscated in 1950 Moved out of Toulc court in 1952 as a Communist director wanted the place Worked in agriculture until military ... arrows 


Vladimír Beneš (1928)

born 1928 in Zdíkovec in the Šumava region the family often moved when he was a child active in scouting since 1946 1948 via Šumavu crossed over to Germany 1949 unsuccessful emigration attempt through Italy staying in various immigration centres in ... arrows 


Vladimír Beran (1925 - 2014) video clip available

He was born on November 11th 1925 in Hlinsko town in Volhynia As a signal man he went through the Carpathian operation and participated in battles in Slovakia After the war he returned to Volhynia and then he re-emigrated with his family to Czechoslovakia ... arrows 


Levan Berdzenishvili (1953) video clip available

He was born in 1953, in October 23, in Batumi In 1970 he finished school in Batumi In 1977 he graduated from Tbilisi State University, philology faculty In 1990 he maintained a thesis in antic literature In 1979 he delivered lectures at Sokhumi University ... arrows 


Rudolf Bereza (1942 - 2014) video clip available

born 1942 in Tovačov signed Charter 77 in 1980 on May 1, 1987 with Tomáš Hradilek displayed a banner reading "Charter 77 calls for civic courage" in Olomouc with T. Hradilek wrote an open letter to President Gustáv Husák in 1987, urging him to abdicate from the ... arrows 


Miroslav Berkovský (1916)

his father worked for prince Paar as an administrator of the prince’s estate otec studying a trade academy official in the Czechoslovak Grain Association wedding on April 25, 1943 Obilosvaz, the dissolution of the company high-ranking official at the ... arrows 


Zbyněk Bezděk (1918 - 2015) video clip available

born 15th March 1918 in Rovensko his father Alois was an important political and cultural figure in the village and owned one of the largest estates there 1943, arrested by Nazis and held hostage because of a fire in the village spent some time at the Gestapo ... arrows 


Olga Bezděková (1946)

born 14 September 1946 her father, Colonel Stanislav Rejthar, was a pilot in the RAF during WW2 after the 1948 Communist coup, persecution of her father and the whole family openly voiced criticism of the Communist regime graduated from the Faculty of Arts of ... arrows 


PhDr. Věra Bezecná (1922)

born February 18, 1922 in Vienna in 1938 repatriated to Czechoslovakia 1943 - 1945 worked in the Land Office in Prague 1945 - 1948 vice-chairman of the Všehrd Association of Czech Lawyers in 1948 interned in Ruzyně as a preventive measure in the same years ... arrows 


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