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- Sozanský, Jiří [Browse]
- Vydání první.
- Praha : Symposion, 2015.
- 291 pages : illustrations , portraits, facsimiles ; 29 x 30 cm + videodisc (sound; black and white; 4 3/4 in.)
- Palach, Jan, 1948-1969—Death and burial [Browse]
- Palach, Jan, 1948-1969—Influence—Pictorial works [Browse]
- Zajíc, Jan, 1950-1969—Death and burial [Browse]
- Zajíc, Jan, 1950-1969—Influence—Pictorial works [Browse]
- Czechoslovakia—History—Intervention, 1968 [Browse]
- Czechoslovakia—History—Intervention, 1968—Pictorial works [Browse]
- Protest movements—Czechoslovakia [Browse]
- Art, Czech—20th century—Political aspects [Browse]
- Zoubek, Olbram—Interviews [Browse]
- Summary note
- The artist Jiří Sozanský has prepared a book dedicated to his personal and artistic reflection on the act of Jan Palach, the 1969 breakthrough and the development in the period of "normalization" to the present. The publication contains several dozens of works by Jiri Sozansky, which are supplemented by Petr Blažek historians from the Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes, Petr Koura from the Faculty of Arts, and periodicals that illustrate the period. --The books are completely unique materials that have not been known to the public until now, a photograph of the family archive of Olbram Zoubek, his original correspondence with the Jan Zajíc family, his Polana daughter's diary from 1969 to 1970, and texts from more than forty personalities who respond to Jan Palach's acts in his testimonies.
- Summary in English.
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