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The Sixties - 1960 - 1969

Related anniversaries

9. 5. 1960 - Amnesty of political prisoners (126) 13.8.1961 - Building of the Berlin Wall (4) 9. 5. 1962 – An extensive amnesty (17) 22. 8. 1963 – Start of court restitutions (16) 27. – 29. 6. 1967 - The 4th Congress of Czech Writers (10) 31. 10. 1967 – Spontaneous student demonstration in Prague (6) 19. – 21. 11. 1968 – The three-day student strike and other displays of civil r (27) 5. 1. - 21. 8. 1968 - The Prague Spring (430) 1968 - 1970 - Second renewal of Junák (123) 5. 4. 1968 – Formation of KAN (Club of Active Non-partisans) (22) 21. 8. 1968 - Invasion of the Warsaw Pact troops (1028) 22. 8. 1968 – Extraordinary congress (the “Vysočany Congress”) of KSČ (12) 16. 1. 1969 – Jan Palach´s self-immolation (66) 18. - 21. 8. 1969 – mass demonstrations against Soviet occupation (41) 17. 4. 1969 – A. Dubček’s resignation, start of the “normalisation” period (131)

List of witnesses


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Ľubomír Boďa (1932)

born on May 16, 1932 in the village of Medvecké, former Bimbula in 1938 after the Vienna Award the family had to leave their home studied at grammar school in Levice was accepted at the Faculty of Education of the Comenius University in Bratislava from ... arrows 


Viktor Boháč (1932)

son of a political prisoner who was born in Prague on February 22nd, 1932 comes from the famous Nymburk Family Boháč, his granfather was the mayor of Nymburk his father was a famous member of Czechoslovak National Socialist Party, which he represented as a deputy ... arrows 


MUDr. Jana Dominika Bohušová (1954)

born December 21, 1954 in Frýdek-Místek doctor-pediatrician contemplative nun of Dominican sisters professor Růžena Vacková, whose ‘home seminars’ she was regularly attending, became her godmother during the confirmation ceremony got acquainted with Oto Mádr ... arrows 


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 


Věroslava Bojková (1926) video clip available

born on June 26, 1926 in Bohutín in the Šumperk region her brother Mnislav Jurajda was in the Todt organization met Václav Bojko in 1943 Václav Bojko was involved in the resistance movement in Rovensko in April 1942 Václav Bojko escaped arrest and he joined ... arrows 


Jitka Borkovcová (1936) video clip available

Born on December 18, 1936, in Prague Father was a traffic policeman, during the war he left the gendarmerie In 1948 - as a non-communist – her father lost his job at the police Witness started to study a grammar school in 1952 Graduated in 1955 Worked at ... arrows 


Hrabě Antonín Bořek-Dohalský (1944)

Born on 28th April, 1944 in Prague Comes from aristocratic families His father, JUDr. Jiří earl Bořek-Dohalský worked at the presidential office after war Mother Josefa, was born a princess Thurn-Taxis The third of four brothers Granduncles Antonín and ... arrows 


Ing. Anna Bořkovcová (1951) video clip available

born 1951 in Prague née Marešková daughter of a political prisoner her father RNDr. Vojtěch Mareška was arrested in February 1954 for his involvement in the Catholic Action group “Rodina” (Family) and sentenced for high treason to seven years of imprisonment in ... arrows 


Antonín Bosák (1929 - 2014)

born in Slaný in 1929 1937: became a Boy Scout 1940: disbandment of the Boy Scout organization experienced the takeover of their clubhouses by Germans during WWII arrests and interrogations of Boy Scout leaders formation of the illegal Scout organization ... arrows 


Eva Bošková (1929 - 2016)

1929, born in Přerov father in the resistance group Defence of the Nation father arrested by Gestapo, died during WW2 mother arrested and sent to Auschwitz - she survived WW2 husband Pavel Bošek and their son - interrogated by State Security ... arrows 


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