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  • 1. The Velvet revolution 1989
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    • A demonstration was organized by students on the 50th anniversary of the Nazi closure of universites, and as a tribute ot Jan Opletal‘s death (s student killed during the anti-Nazi demonstrations in 1939).
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    • The protest, starting in Albertov, was supposed to end in Vyšehrad. However, the majority of people headed from Vyšehrad towards the centre of Prague. The people lighted candles and they got flowers behind the police‘s shields .
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    • The people peacefully kneeled.
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    • The people shouted the motto „ We have empty hands“. The people were violently attacked by the police on Národní Avenue.
  • 8. Wenceslas Square in November 1989