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Jan Dvořák was born on February 6, 1973 in Brno, and grew up in Znojmo. His grandparents supported the communist leadership of the country, the great-grandmother was expelled from Znojmo to Brno after the secession of the Sudetenland in 1938, and she understood the Russians as liberators. His mother, on the other hand, protested against the entry of Warsaw Pact troops into Czechoslovakia in August 1968. Jan graduated from the Mathematical Grammar School in Znojmo and was actively involved in activities of the astronomical circle. He liked to provoke the soldiers guarding the border zone with his friends, which started close to Znojmo. In November 1989, he learned about the events in Prague only late, and the very next week he went to Prague with his classmates for demonstrations. When he returned, the state security came for him to school and spent the whole day being questioned. After the revolution, he moved to Prague, where he studied at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics of Charles University, and did not complete his studies. Shortly after the coup, he also joined the ODS, where he was actively involved in the city council and various commissions. He recalled the partition of Czechoslovakia in 1992, as part of his family lived in Slovakia. He has been working as a teacher of mathematics and physics all his life, today at the Jeseniova Primary School in Prague. He has two sons, he lives in Kladno.