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The Eighties - 1980 - 1989

Related anniversaries

1979 - 1989 - Sovětská invaze do Afghánistánu (1) 21. 8. 1988 – 17. 11. 1989 – Street demonstrations against the communist regime (63) 1989 - The fall of the iron curtain (300) 10.11.1989 - The Transition from communism to democracy in Bulgaria (3) 17. 11. - 29. 12. 1989 - The Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia (484) 1989 - Transition in Hungary (8) 17. 11. 1989 - Demonstration at Národní třída (55) 9.11.1989 - The fall of the Berlin Wall (7) 29. 6. 1989 – Zveřejnění manifestu Několik vět (41) 16. 12. 1989 - 24-25. 12. 1989 - The Romanian revolution (4)

List of witnesses


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cardinal Jaroslav Dominik Duka (1943)

was born on April 26, 1943 in Hradec Králové his father František Duka served in the Government Army during the war, deserted and joined the Czechoslovak foreign Army, served as an armourer in No. 311 Czechoslovak Bomber Squadron of the Royal Air Force; imprisoned ... arrows 


František Dušek (1955)

born 1955 in Maříž into the family of a Border Guard primary school in Slavonice, vocational training completed university studies employed at the Office of the Chief Border Commissioner - responsible for safety and security on the state border with Austria ... arrows 


Miloš Dvořák (1939)

born 29th January 1939, Smiřice completed grammar school in Hradec Králové 1958, co-founded the amateur group Kladivadlo in Broumov 1963, Kladivadlo moved to Kadaň the group regularly achieved success in the competitions Jiráskův Hronov and Wolkerův ... arrows 


Bohuslav Eliáš (1931)

born 1931 into a Catholic family, four brothers witnessed the bombing of Pardubice and the arrival of the Vlasovites his father Vladimír Eliáš was an officer of the Czechoslovak army in reserve; he ran a brick factory; he died on 8 May 1945 his uncle Jaroslav, ... arrows 


Václav Eliáš (1935) video clip available

born April 1, 1935 lived in Litice u Plzně in the Sudetenland studied at the German Volksschule and Czech higher elementary and learned the joiner’s trade April 1952, attempted to escape to Austria, transporting secret documents to Vlachovo Březí, untrustworthy ... arrows 


Rainer Eppelmann (1943)

1943, born in Berlin-Pankow Father was a carpenter and his mother was a dressmaker Not a member of Communist youth organizations Attended the Johannes-Kepler-Gymnasium in West Berlin 1961 construction of the wall and was forced to leave school Worked as an ... 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 


Petr Esterka (1935)

born 14 November 1935 in Dolní Bojanovice, Hodonín District 1950, Operation K at the Episcopal Grammar School in Brno 1956, graduated from an eleven-year secondary school June 1957, emigrated to Austria 1957–1963, studied at the Pontifical College of ... arrows 


Leopold Färber (1928 - 2015)

Born in Stará Halič in Slovakia on October 31, 1928, grew up in Boskovice. His father was a Jew, his mother a devout Catholic - their mixed marriage saved them from their deportation to the annihilation camp. As a boy, Leopold, nicknamed Hurvínek, acted as a ... arrows 


Eva Farkas (1957)

born January 13, 1956 in a Hungarian village in Slovakia studied in Košice where she met her husband, who was to become a pilot in 1978 the family moved to Náměšť nad Oslavou after divorce she moved to Prague, distance study of computer science took a ... arrows 


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