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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 (60) 1989 - Transition in Hungary (8) 17. 11. 1989 - Demonstration at Národní třída (53) 9.11.1989 - The fall of the Berlin Wall (6) 29. 6. 1989 – Zveřejnění manifestu Několik vět (39) 16. 12. 1989 - 24-25. 12. 1989 - The Romanian revolution (4) 1989 - The fall of the iron curtain (297) 10.11.1989 - The Transition from communism to democracy in Bulgaria (3) 17. 11. - 29. 12. 1989 - The Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia (471)

List of witnesses


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Zuzana Bacigálová (1930) video clip available

born at Orava, Slovakia in 1930 married Ľudovít Bacigál and moved to Senec near Bratislava, where her husband bought 15 hectares of arable land in 1952, her husband along with three other peasants was sentenced for a criminal offence of sabotage to seven years of ... arrows 


Aurel Baghiu (1929 - 2010)

born 2 July 1929, Gheja, Mureș County in 1952 he enrolled in the Mechanics Faculty of the Timișoara Polytechnic Institute. Aurel Baghiu was arrested on the evening of 30 October 1956 regarded as one of the leaders of the Timișoara student movement, Baghiu was ... arrows 


Gabriela Bairova-Stoyanova (1955) video clip available

born 1955 in Sofia (Bulgaria) her father was imprisoned for half a year in the late 1950s the family lived in exile in Dobrudza for 6 years graduated from philology at the Clement of Ohrid University of Sofia refused collaboration with the secret police ... arrows 


Květoslava Bartoňová, roz. Axmanová (1928) video clip available

born 7 March 1928 in Olomouc May 1945, witness of fighting between the Wehrmacht and the Red Army in Olomouc 1946, arranged for the transfer, stay, and adoption of children from the Valley of Death at Dukla Pass to Olomouc her aunt, Sister Anna Axmanová, was ... arrows 


Prof. Ing., DrSc. Luděk Bartoš (1948)

born 1948 in Rakovník May 1949, the family’s company - Otto Soap Factory - was nationalised, and the family moved to Prague 1954-1963, primary school in Šimáčkova Street in Prague from 1961, member of a Scout troop (formally organised as a tourist group under ... arrows 


Petr Bartoš (1960)

Born on July 20, 1960, in Gottwaldov (Zlín today) Disapproved of the communist regime since an early age Lost his job in the planning committee of the District National Committee in Gottwaldov due to his political stances In 1987 co-founded the Society of the ... arrows 


Ing. Vlastimil Bartoš (1955) video clip available

Born on 24 November, 1955 in Ústí nad Orlicí Connected to underground church A driver of Fridolín Zahradník´s underground church Witnessed secret consecrations Printed and distributed samizdat Organised secret theological seminars in the house One of the ... arrows 


Second Lieutenant (ret.) Josef Bartošek (1947)

born on 19 September 1947 in Medlov his family moved to Fryšták in 1953 after his father was convicted for being a Kulak graduated from technical school in Zlín and worked in automobile repairs in Holešov did his military service in 1966 with the 7th airbone ... arrows 


Pavel Bartovský (1936) video clip available

born 27 November 1936 in Pilsen 1948, the Communists nationalised the family shop, house, and car 1950, the Czechoslovak Youth Union confiscated their cottage in Nová Huť 1 June 1953, took part in the so-called Pilsen Revolt June 1953, the family was evicted ... arrows 


Ing. Richard Barvínek (1931)

born 1931 in Prague family of a clerk and social democrat studied the faculty of civil engineering at the Czech Technical University in Prague worked in eastern Slovakia for two years 1965–1968 – worked as a construction expert in Cuba autumn 1968 – return ... arrows 


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