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The Seventies - 1970 - 1979

Related anniversaries

21. – 28.3.1969 – Disorders related to the celebration of Czech hockey team’s (19) 1976 – The Plastic People of the Universe trial (28) 28. 1. 1977 - The “Anti-Charter” (43) 1. 1. 1977 - Declaration of Chart 77 (214) 24. 4. 1978 – Formation of Committee for the Defence of the Unjustly Prosecuted (23)

List of witnesses


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Stanislav Devátý (1952)

his father was the headmaster of a vocational school studied at a secondary electrotechnical school normalisation, father’s death in 1971 as a consequence of profiling hobby club Cosmos Tureček wife and daughter emigrated dissident signed Charter 77, ... arrows 


Ing. Jindřich Dohnal (1946)

born on May 2, 1946 in Prague his father was the main economic arbiter of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic in 1960–1970 Jindřich’s views were not influenced by his father’s career studied at the University of Economics in Prague in 1964–1969 his father was ... arrows 


Tatjana Dohnalová (1950)

born on 4th November 1950 in Děčín to Mr. and Mrs. Hejnyš her parents were actively involved in the Communist Party, they graduated from economics younger brothers Evžen and Oleg, both emigrated in the 1980s her parents were expelled from the Communist Party in ... arrows 


Bohumil Doležal (1940)

born 17th January 1940 in Prague graduated from the Faculty of Arts of Charles University Sixties, editor at the publishing house Československý spisovatel and at the magazine Tvář post-1969, assemblyman and programmer signatory of Charter 77 editor of ... arrows 


Jiřina Dostálová (1965) video clip available

born 1965 in Třinec both grandfathers fought in Wehrmacht Seventh-day Adventist dissident interrogated by State Security in Trutnov Hrádeček near Trutnov signee of Charter 77 signee of “Několik vět” (“A Few Sentences” protest article) lives in ... arrows 


Mgr. Vladimír Drápal (1964)

born 27 March 1964 in Louny already as a child, resisted his Socialist upbringing found his home in underground culture distributed the magazines Vokno and Voknoviny in northern Bohemia helped organise underground culture events until 17 November 1989, ... arrows 


Pavel Dudr (1949)

born December 2, 1949 grew up in the family of a secondary school teacher 1958, father forced to worked at a concrete plant uncle imprisoned for hiding anti-Communist resistance groups from 1969, studied at the Faculty of Mechanics at the Technical University ... arrows 


Ágnes Erdélyi (1944)

1944 was born in Budapest 1962 started her studies at the Arts Faculty of Eötvös Loránd University in Budapest (Philosophy, French, Spanish major) 1967 became a member of the Hungarian Socialist Workers’ Party (MSZMP) 1967 earned her degree in Spanish/French ... arrows 


Mgr. Aleš Fetters (1933)

born April 4, 1933 in Úpice graduated from a pedagogical grammar school in Hradec Králové graduated from the Pedagogical College in Prague, experienced the Prague spring as a student teaching at the grammar school in Náchod active in trade unions during the ... arrows 


Jiří Fiedor (1965) video clip available

born 25 September 1965 in Frýdek-Místek early childhood with his grandmother; 1969, joined his parents in Třinec 1980, went to a technical boarding school operated by ČKD 1981, required to cut his long hair, refused and was forced to quit school occasional ... arrows 


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