Which memorial events take place on Tuesday
10:00 – Representatives of Brno and the South Moravia region will retrieve the victims of August 1968 and 1969.
11:00 – A memorial service commemorating the fallen monument in August 1968 in the building of the Czech radio. The speech will be held by Prime Minister Andrej Babiš and Senate President Milan Štěch. In addition, the chairman of the Chamber of Deputies Radek Vondráček, mayor of Prague, Adriana Krnáčová and Czech radio director René Zavoral will also participate. Finally, a revised plaque will be unveiled.
13:00 – Premiere of the film by Jan Palach directed by Robert Sedláček (Czech radio).
15:00 – In Brno there will be a happening and a pieta to honor the victims of the invasion of troops of the Warsaw Pact in August 1968. Organized by the Bolek Polívka Theater and the Together Brno Initiative.
15:00 – Presentation of the film Occupation 68. Five countries of the Warsaw Pact occupied Czechoslovakia in 1968. 50 years later, five directors from these countries filmed their short film about the events in 1968 from the perspective of the occupiers. (Czech radio).
17:00 – The gallery at the top of the town in České Budějovice opens an exhibition of the eighties, a year of hope and disappointment. An exhibition devoted to 50 years since the occupation of Czechoslovakia by the Warsaw Pact troops. Provides photos from Ota Seppa, then photographer of the South Bohemian truth. Part of the exhibition will also be periodical. The exhibition lasts until 12 October.
18:30 – On the Masaryk square in Hradec Králové the event is held on August 68 & # 39 ;, organized by the University of Hradec Králové. The entire program aims to bring visitors closer and to remind them of how the invasion of so-called friendly troops in Hradec Králové seemed to be perceived by the inhabitants of the city and reflected by local media, artists and others.
20:00 – Concert & # 39; 68 – the biggest hits of 1968 by contemporary singers. Marta Kubišová, Marta Jandová, Aneta Langerová, Lucie Bílá, Tereza Černochová, Jan Kirschner, Vojta Dyk, Matěj Ruppert, Xindl X, Honza Křížek, La Putyka, Petr Malásek and the Czech Radio Symphony Orchestra will perform.