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Les années quatre-vingt - 1980 - 1989

Dates historiques rattachées

1979 - 1989 - Sovětská invaze do Afghánistánu [en] (1) 21. 8. 1988 – 17. 11. 1989 – Manifestations contre le gouvernement du Parti Communiste de Tchécoslovaquie (73) 29. 6. 1989 – Publication du manifeste Quelques phrases (50) 16. 12. 1989 - 24-25. 12. 1989 - Révolution roumaine (5) 1989 – Chute du rideau de fer (330) 10.11.1989 - The Transition from communism to democracy in Bulgaria [en] (3) 17. 11. - 29. 12. 1989 – Révolution de Velours en Tchécoslovaquie (559) 1989 - Transition en Hongrie (8) 17. 11. 1989 – Manifestation à Národní třída (63) 9.11.1989 - The fall of the Berlin Wall [en] (8)

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Juraj Bartusz (1933)

born on October 23, 1933 in Kamenín experienced the harsh Second World War aftermath, when hiding in a cellar for a long period of time after the war studied academic sculpture in Prague 1961 got married to Mária (née Vnoučková) and moved to work in Košice ... 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 


Miloslava Miriam Baumruková (1949)

born on 10 June 1949 in Klatovy into a religious agricultural family her aunt Norberta Cihlářová was a nun grew up in the village of Střeziměř near Klatovy in 1958, he parents had to join the agricultural cooperative in 1969 finished training to become a ... arrows 


Stanislav Bayer (1931)

born December 15, 1931 comes from an old farmers’ family WWII in Libovice persecution of Jews during WWII assassination of Heydrich Vlasov’s army end of WWII collectivization of farms and formation of Unified Agricultural Cooperatives (JZD) ... arrows 


František Bednár (1957)

he was born on February 15, 1957 in Poprad an untimely end of high school studies because of forced Russian language learning and entering the Socialist Youth Union a listener of Radio Free Europe founding an armed group in Poprad mailing a package with ... arrows 


Erika Bednarská (1946) video clip available

born February 18, 1946 in the village Hraničky (Gränzdorf in German) she is a German national now defunct village Hraničky (Gränzdorf in German) the family was not included in the deportation of Germans from Czechoslovakia during 1948 and 1949 the local ... arrows 


Josef Bednář (1930) video clip available

born on August 4, 1930 in Olšany near Prostějov in 1950 attempted to set up a business from October 1951 to December 1953 at the 97th technical auxiliary troop in Kladno-Libušín while at the technical auxiliary troops he went home only once, despite the fact ... arrows 


Colonel (ret.) Václav Bednář (1938)

Born in 1938 in Třebíč His father, Václav Bednář, joined the communist party in 1945 and was an active functionary for many years In 1953 - 1954 studied at the School of Lieutenant Youth in Olomouc, and in 1954–1956 in Kremnice In 1959 - 1966 was a lieutenant ... arrows 


MUDr. Antonín Bělař (1944)

Born on 15 June, 1944 in Brno Hidden Jewish child The mother was pronounced dead to save herself The father, a gymnasium director, was taken to labour in Postoloprty Medical studies Surgeon and then a head of emergency surgery department in Vítkovice ... arrows 


Richard Belcredi (1926 - 2015) video clip available

born 1926 in Brno-Líšeň comes from the important noble family of Belcredi his great grandfather Richard Belcredi served as the prime minister for the Austrian government his father Karel Belcredi was the chairman of the Union of Moravian Farmers his father ... arrows 


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