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27. – 29. 6. 1967 - The 4th Congress of Czech Writers

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The Sixties - 1960 - 1969 (2095)

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Olga Bojarová, rozená Hůlková (1925) video clip available

born May 9, 1925 from 1943 forced labour for the railway company in Prague during the war 1945 – joined the Communist Party after the war studied Czech language and aesthetics at the Faculty of Arts of Charles University in Prague (FF UK) 1948 – refused to ... arrows 

Václav Havel (1936 - 2011)

born October 5, 1936 in Prague writer, playwright, politician, the first president of the Czech Republic his father Václav M. Havel, mother Božena, née Vavrečková, uncle Miloš Havel during the war spent a part of his childhood in the family summer house in ... arrows 

Mgr. Ivan Klíma (1931)

born on 14 September 1931 in Prague transported to the Terezín ghetto on 1 December 1941 where he stayed until May 1945 joined the Czechoslovak Communist Party in 1953 criticized the socialist censorship at the 1967 Writers‘ Congress was temporarily expelled ... arrows 

Alexandr Kliment (1929 - 2017)

born on January 30, 1929, in Turnov father was a Russian émigré, mother’s origins on a manor in Příšovice abandoned his studies of art history and dramaturgy in the fifties trained a locksmith was successful with his prose “Maria” worked for the ... arrows 

Pavel Kohout (1928)

born July 20, 1928 in Prague in a middle-class family during the depression era the family was unemployed forming experience from the period of the Munich conference, occupation and the Prague Uprising in the 1940s and 1950s a poet-apologist of the regime in ... arrows 

Mgr. Eva Sirotková-Franklin (1934)

born February 15, 1934 in central Ural in the village Gubakha to Czech parents Karel and Štěpánka Sirotek the Sirotek family returned from Russia immediately before the outbreak of the Second World War her father supported the ideals of communism and he joined ... arrows 

Ing. Miroslav Tyl (1943)

born in a respected, cultured family, his father was an economist, lawyer, resistance fighter, and supporter of the WW2 government in exile attended a secondary school of agriculture in Liblice near Prague - farmer, breeder worked as an agronomist at a farm in ... arrows 

Milan Uhde (1936)

born on July 28, 1936 in Brno elementary school, life in the Protectorate Bohemia and Moravia persecution of his mother for her Jewish origin, death of his grandparents in a concentration camp 1950s – inherently in agreement with the communist regime year ... arrows 

Marie Vaculíková (1925)

Born on November 25, 1925, in Spešov near Blansko Primary school in Spešov, secondary school in Blansko Apprentice in Baťa factory in Zlín, where she met Ludvík Vaculík After raid on Zlín in 1944 transferred to a plant in Zruč nad Sázavou After the war ... arrows 

Jaroslav Vrbenský (1932)

4 February 1932 born in Prague - Podolí, early childhood in Vršovice 1945 - 1949 member of 298th Československý Junák group (boy scouts) in Prague - Pankrác autumn 1949 spiritual exercise with Jesuits František Mikulášek and Adolf Kajpr December 1951 meeting a ... arrows 



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