Tabor V Listopadu 89 In EnglishPresentation Transcript
Tabor, November 1989
Students wanted to make the little Prague out of Tabor main square Tabor people welcomed the November events with joy, but it took some time before all the information spread also to small towns like Tabor is. The latest information was brought alsoby university students who studied in Prague
Red-and-white-and-blueTricolour The people who supported the Velvet Revolution wore a tricolour
Students at the fountain Very often the students met here
The fall of communism, people in Tabor welcomed with enthusiasm. November events in Prague two decades ago watched the whole Czechoslovakia. But it took a while before the euphoria of the Velvet Revolution arrived to smaller cities like Tábor. New information and printed material here brought college students from Prague.
When images of students demonstrating in Prague, Czechoslovakia swung around, it was almost clear that the period of totalitarianism in the country ended. In smaller towns, but there was still uncertainty. On Monday 20 November 1989 gave Jiri Fiser, together with the most active work colleagues together a petition, which then drove into the Laterna Magica, the center of the Civic Forum.
Fear, whether real triumph of democracy over totalitarianism, retreating in Tábor slower than in the capital city of Prague.