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The Eighties - 1980 - 1989

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1979 - 1989 - Sovětská invaze do Afghánistánu (1) 21. 8. 1988 – 17. 11. 1989 – Street demonstrations against the communist regime (82) 1989 - The fall of the iron curtain (380) 10.11.1989 - The Transition from communism to democracy in Bulgaria (3) 17. 11. - 29. 12. 1989 - The Velvet Revolution in Czechoslovakia (640) 1989 - Transition in Hungary (8) 17. 11. 1989 - Demonstration at Národní třída (68) 9.11.1989 - The fall of the Berlin Wall (9) 29. 6. 1989 – Zveřejnění manifestu Několik vět (58) 16. 12. 1989 - 24-25. 12. 1989 - The Romanian revolution (6)

List of witnesses


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Daruše Burdová roz. Kolářová (1923) video clip available

Born in Brno in 1923 Father Josef Kolář injured in combat near River Piave Father participated in the fight for the Těšín are during the Seven-day War Brno in wartime Jew Edita Linkeová Police Director in Brno Dr Karl Schwabe Uncle Vítězslav Štork died ... arrows 


Jan Burian (1952)

Born March 26th, 1952 in Prague. Son of E. F. Burian and Zuzana Kočová. Studied journalism and worked for the Melodie magazine. 1970s, began his public appearances as a singer and song-writer. Member of the Šafrán association, then worked with Jiří Dědeček ... arrows 


Ing. Vladimír Buřt (1964)

born on the 16th of March 1964 in Albrechtice since childhood he witnessed the landscape and villages in the Most area get destroyed in 1983 his home village, Albrechtice, was demolished strongly perceived not only the disappearance of buildings but also of ... arrows 


Věra Buxbaumová (1931) video clip available

born on November 11, 1931 in Šternberk the family ran a horse butcher’s shop the family left Šternberk in October 1938 when the town was taken over by Germans after the Munich Agreement her father Jakub Konečný died in 1949 due to an injury caused to him by a ... arrows 


Marta Bystrovová (1947)

born 18 December 1947 in Stará Huť near Dobříš grew up in Prague-Smíchov from 1966, employed at the daily Svobodné slovo 1966-1969, culture journalist 1968, Soviet invasion 1970, political profiling husband Vladimír Bystrov censorship November 1989 ... arrows 


Josef Cejpek (1944)

born in 1944 in Boňov near Jaroměřice nad Rokytnou 1945, parents among those resettling the border region, Leštnice near Slavonice 1951, forbidden border zone, family forced to depart the witness’s family started a new life in Slavonice, which was originally ... arrows 


Čestmír Císař (1920 - 2013) video clip available

born 2 January 1920 in Hostomice nad Bílinou grammar school in Duchcov, lyceum in Dijon (France) moved to Prague after the Munich Agreement during WW2, accountant at insurance company and wholesale wine merchant 1945, entered the Communist Party (CPC) ... arrows 


Blanka Císařovská (1927)

born 10 May 1927 in Lenešice her father was a legionary in Russia during WW1 1945, she and her whole family joined the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia graduated from the University of Politics and Society 1953-1960, lectured on the history of the labour ... arrows 


Tomáš Císařovský (1962)

born 2 January 1962 in Prague his parents signed Charter 77 1982, completed training in woodcarving at the Secondary School of Industry and Art in Prague 1988, graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague under Socialism, exhibited at unofficial displays ... arrows 


Mariana Crhounková (1931) video clip available

Born in Třemešek (Timischl) on 19 September 1931 Her father was a Czech and her mother an Austrian The family lived near a Soviet POW camp in Troubelice during WWII The family was included and then excluded from the deportation to Germany Marie Crhounková has ... arrows 


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