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  • 1989年11月30日
    Vlasta Chramostova

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Dissident actor Vlasta Chramostova, leading Charter 77 signatory, debates with students of Charles University during their protest strike in Prague, Czechoslovakia, November, 1989. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo/Pavel Hroch)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011378

  • 1989年12月10日
    Vlasta Chramostova

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Dissident actress Vlasta Chramostova reads a message from Polish Solidarity leader Lech Walesa during a rally in Prague‘s Wenceslas Square on Human Rights Day, December 10, 1989. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011373

  • 1989年12月10日
    Pavel Kohout, Vlasta Tresnak, Pavel Landovsky, Vlasta Chramostova,

    ***FILE PHOTO*** From left playwright, novelist and poet Pavel Kohout, singer Vlasta Tresnak, actors Pavel Landovsky, Vlasta Chramostova and Tereza Bouckova, Kohout‘s daughter, during a performance in Vlasta Chramostova‘s appartment in Prague, 1989. Because dissident theatre workers had been banned from working in the official theatre, they formed the company Living-Room Theatre to covertly perform an adaptation of William Shakespeare‘s Macbeth. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo/Oldrich Skacha)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011354

  • 1995年02月08日
    Jiri Hanak

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Journalist Jiri Hanak, a signatory of the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and doyen among Czech newspaper columnists, died in the small hours on June 5, 2020, at the age of 82, his family has told CTK. *** Journalist Jiri Hanak attends his autograph session in Prague, Czech Republic, on February 8, 1995. (CTK Photo/Pavel Hroch)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020061109697

  • 1995年02月08日
    Jiri Hanak

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Journalist Jiri Hanak, a signatory of the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and doyen among Czech newspaper columnists, died in the small hours on June 5, 2020, at the age of 82, his family has told CTK. *** Journalist Jiri Hanak attends his autograph session in Prague, Czech Republic, on February 8, 1995. (CTK Photo/Pavel Hroch)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020061109728

  • 1995年02月08日
    Jiri Hanak

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Journalist Jiri Hanak, a signatory of the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and doyen among Czech newspaper columnists, died in the small hours on June 5, 2020, at the age of 82, his family has told CTK. *** Journalist Jiri Hanak attends his autograph session in Prague, Czech Republic, on February 8, 1995. (CTK Photo/Pavel Hroch)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020061109967

  • 1995年02月08日
    Jiri Hanak

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Journalist Jiri Hanak, a signatory of the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and doyen among Czech newspaper columnists, died in the small hours on June 5, 2020, at the age of 82, his family has told CTK. *** Journalist Jiri Hanak attends his autograph session in Prague, Czech Republic, on February 8, 1995. (CTK Photo/Pavel Hroch)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020061109725

  • 1995年02月08日
    Jiri Hanak

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Journalist Jiri Hanak, a signatory of the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and doyen among Czech newspaper columnists, died in the small hours on June 5, 2020, at the age of 82, his family has told CTK. *** Journalist Jiri Hanak attends his autograph session in Prague, Czech Republic, on February 8, 1995. (CTK Photo/Pavel Hroch)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020061109775

  • 2005年02月03日
    Jiri Hanak

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Journalist Jiri Hanak, a signatory of the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and doyen among Czech newspaper columnists, died in the small hours on June 5, 2020, at the age of 82, his family has told CTK. *** Journalist Jiri Hanak is seen during takeover the Ferdinand Peroutka journalistic prize, in Prague, Czech Republic, on February 3, 2005. (CTK Photo/Michal Dolezal)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020061109893

  • 2005年02月03日
    Jiri Hanak

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Journalist Jiri Hanak, a signatory of the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and doyen among Czech newspaper columnists, died in the small hours on June 5, 2020, at the age of 82, his family has told CTK. *** Journalist Jiri Hanak is seen during takeover the Ferdinand Peroutka journalistic prize, in Prague, Czech Republic, on February 3, 2005. (CTK Photo/Michal Dolezal)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020061109930

  • 2005年02月03日
    Jiri Hanak

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Journalist Jiri Hanak, a signatory of the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and doyen among Czech newspaper columnists, died in the small hours on June 5, 2020, at the age of 82, his family has told CTK. *** Journalist Jiri Hanak is seen during takeover the Ferdinand Peroutka journalistic prize, in Prague, Czech Republic, on February 3, 2005. (CTK Photo/Michal Dolezal)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020061109931

  • 2005年02月03日
    Jiri Hanak

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Journalist Jiri Hanak, a signatory of the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and doyen among Czech newspaper columnists, died in the small hours on June 5, 2020, at the age of 82, his family has told CTK. *** Journalist Jiri Hanak is seen during takeover the Ferdinand Peroutka journalistic prize, in Prague, Czech Republic, on February 3, 2005. (CTK Photo/Michal Dolezal)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020061109966

  • 2005年02月03日
    Jiri Hanak

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Journalist Jiri Hanak, a signatory of the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and doyen among Czech newspaper columnists, died in the small hours on June 5, 2020, at the age of 82, his family has told CTK. *** Journalist Jiri Hanak is seen during takeover the Ferdinand Peroutka journalistic prize, in Prague, Czech Republic, on February 3, 2005. (CTK Photo/Michal Dolezal)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020061109822

  • 2005年02月03日
    Jiri Hanak

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Journalist Jiri Hanak, a signatory of the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and doyen among Czech newspaper columnists, died in the small hours on June 5, 2020, at the age of 82, his family has told CTK. *** Journalist Jiri Hanak is seen during takeover the Ferdinand Peroutka journalistic prize, in Prague, Czech Republic, on February 3, 2005. (CTK Photo/Michal Dolezal)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020061109722

  • 2005年02月03日
    Jiri Hanak

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Journalist Jiri Hanak, a signatory of the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and doyen among Czech newspaper columnists, died in the small hours on June 5, 2020, at the age of 82, his family has told CTK. *** Journalist Jiri Hanak is seen during takeover the Ferdinand Peroutka journalistic prize, in Prague, Czech Republic, on February 3, 2005. (CTK Photo/Michal Dolezal)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020061109750

  • 2006年06月27日
    Zdenek Jicinsky

    ***JUNE 27, 2006, FILE PHOTO*** Czech lawyer and a former MP, dissident and Charter 77 signatory Zdenek Jicinsky died last night aged 91, his son Stepan and Constitutional Court chairman Pavel Rychetsky have told CTK on Thursday, April 9, 2020. Jicinsky was the doyen of the Czech and Czechoslovak political scene. After the fall of the communist regime, he was co-opted as a member of the House of the Nations, one of the Czechoslovak Federal Assembly‘s two chambers, and became a member of the Federal Assembly leadership. He joined the re-established Social Democratic Party (CSSD) in 1992. (CTK Photo/Rene Volfik)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020041001600

  • 2008年03月13日
    Zdenek Jicinsky

    ***MARCH 13, 2008, FILE PHOTO*** Czech lawyer and a former MP, dissident and Charter 77 signatory Zdenek Jicinsky died last night aged 91, his son Stepan and Constitutional Court chairman Pavel Rychetsky have told CTK on Thursday, April 9, 2020. Jicinsky was the doyen of the Czech and Czechoslovak political scene. After the fall of the communist regime, he was co-opted as a member of the House of the Nations, one of the Czechoslovak Federal Assembly‘s two chambers, and became a member of the Federal Assembly leadership. He joined the re-established Social Democratic Party (CSSD) in 1992. (CTK Photo/Vaclav Salek)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020041001657

  • 2009年11月16日
    Petr Uhl

    Petr Uhl, former journalist, dissident who signed the Charter 77 human rights manifesto, political prisoner and human rights advocate is seen in this Nov. 11, 2009, file picture. Uhl died today at the age of 80, as Uhl‘s wife, former ombudsman Anna Sabatova, has told CTK. Petr Uhl promoted human rights both during the Communist regime and after its end marked by the Velvet Revolution in 1989. (CTK Photo/Rene Volfik)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120205818

  • 2011年11月15日
    Vlasta Chramostova, actress, dissident, Charter 77 signatory

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Vlasta Chramostova (born 17 November 1926), Czech film and theatre actress in Prague, Czech Republic, November 15, 2011. She has appeared in 35 films since 1950. After signing Charter 77 movement (an informal civic initiative against communist Czechoslovakia) she could not act in the public. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo/Rene Fluger, Josef Horazny) 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011438

  • 2011年11月15日
    Vlasta Chramostova, actress, dissident, Charter 77 signatory

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Vlasta Chramostova (born 17 November 1926), Czech film and theatre actress in Prague, Czech Republic, November 15, 2011. She has appeared in 35 films since 1950. After signing Charter 77 movement (an informal civic initiative against communist Czechoslovakia) she could not act in the public. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo/Rene Fluger, Josef Horazny) 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011364

  • 2011年11月15日
    Vlasta Chramostova, actress, dissident, Charter 77 signatory

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Vlasta Chramostova (born 17 November 1926), Czech film and theatre actress in Prague, Czech Republic, November 15, 2011. She has appeared in 35 films since 1950. After signing Charter 77 movement (an informal civic initiative against communist Czechoslovakia) she could not act in the public. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo/Rene Fluger, Josef Horazny) 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011351

  • 2011年11月15日
    Vlasta Chramostova, actress, dissident, Charter 77 signatory

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Vlasta Chramostova (born 17 November 1926), Czech film and theatre actress in Prague, Czech Republic, November 15, 2011. She has appeared in 35 films since 1950. After signing Charter 77 movement (an informal civic initiative against communist Czechoslovakia) she could not act in the public. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo/Rene Fluger, Josef Horazny) 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011511

  • 2011年11月15日
    Vlasta Chramostova, actress, dissident, Charter 77 signatory

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Vlasta Chramostova (born 17 November 1926), Czech film and theatre actress in Prague, Czech Republic, November 15, 2011. She has appeared in 35 films since 1950. After signing Charter 77 movement (an informal civic initiative against communist Czechoslovakia) she could not act in the public. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo/Rene Fluger, Josef Horazny) 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011371

  • 2011年11月15日
    Vlasta Chramostova, actress, dissident, Charter 77 signatory

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Vlasta Chramostova (born 17 November 1926), Czech film and theatre actress in Prague, Czech Republic, November 15, 2011. She has appeared in 35 films since 1950. After signing Charter 77 movement (an informal civic initiative against communist Czechoslovakia) she could not act in the public. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo/Rene Fluger, Josef Horazny) 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011440

  • 2011年11月15日
    Vlasta Chramostova, actress, dissident, Charter 77 signatory

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Vlasta Chramostova (born 17 November 1926), Czech film and theatre actress in Prague, Czech Republic, November 15, 2011. She has appeared in 35 films since 1950. After signing Charter 77 movement (an informal civic initiative against communist Czechoslovakia) she could not act in the public. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo/Rene Fluger, Josef Horazny) 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011359

  • 2011年11月15日
    Vlasta Chramostova, actress, dissident, Charter 77 signatory

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Vlasta Chramostova (born 17 November 1926), Czech film and theatre actress in Prague, Czech Republic, November 15, 2011. She has appeared in 35 films since 1950. After signing Charter 77 movement (an informal civic initiative against communist Czechoslovakia) she could not act in the public. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo/Rene Fluger, Josef Horazny) 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011342

  • 2011年11月15日
    Vlasta Chramostova, actress, dissident, Charter 77 signatory

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Vlasta Chramostova (born 17 November 1926), Czech film and theatre actress in Prague, Czech Republic, November 15, 2011. She has appeared in 35 films since 1950. After signing Charter 77 movement (an informal civic initiative against communist Czechoslovakia) she could not act in the public. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo/Rene Fluger, Josef Horazny) 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011345

  • 2011年11月15日
    Vlasta Chramostova, actress, dissident, Charter 77 signatory

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Vlasta Chramostova (born 17 November 1926), Czech film and theatre actress in Prague, Czech Republic, November 15, 2011. She has appeared in 35 films since 1950. After signing Charter 77 movement (an informal civic initiative against communist Czechoslovakia) she could not act in the public. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo/Rene Fluger, Josef Horazny) 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011541

  • 2011年11月15日
    Vlasta Chramostova, actress, dissident, Charter 77 signatory

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Vlasta Chramostova (born 17 November 1926), Czech film and theatre actress in Prague, Czech Republic, November 15, 2011. She has appeared in 35 films since 1950. After signing Charter 77 movement (an informal civic initiative against communist Czechoslovakia) she could not act in the public. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo/Rene Fluger, Josef Horazny) 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011439

  • 2011年11月15日
    Vlasta Chramostova, actress, dissident, Charter 77 signatory

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Vlasta Chramostova (born 17 November 1926), Czech film and theatre actress in Prague, Czech Republic, November 15, 2011. She has appeared in 35 films since 1950. After signing Charter 77 movement (an informal civic initiative against communist Czechoslovakia) she could not act in the public. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo/Rene Fluger, Josef Horazny) 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011336

  • 2011年11月15日
    Vlasta Chramostova, actress, dissident, Charter 77 signatory

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Vlasta Chramostova (born 17 November 1926), Czech film and theatre actress in Prague, Czech Republic, November 15, 2011. She has appeared in 35 films since 1950. After signing Charter 77 movement (an informal civic initiative against communist Czechoslovakia) she could not act in the public. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo/Rene Fluger, Josef Horazny) 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011341

  • 2011年11月15日
    Vlasta Chramostova, actress, dissident, Charter 77 signatory

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Vlasta Chramostova (born 17 November 1926), Czech film and theatre actress in Prague, Czech Republic, November 15, 2011. She has appeared in 35 films since 1950. After signing Charter 77 movement (an informal civic initiative against communist Czechoslovakia) she could not act in the public. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo/Rene Fluger, Josef Horazny) 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011266

  • 2011年11月15日
    Vlasta Chramostova, actress, dissident, Charter 77 signatory

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Vlasta Chramostova (born 17 November 1926), Czech film and theatre actress in Prague, Czech Republic, November 15, 2011. She has appeared in 35 films since 1950. After signing Charter 77 movement (an informal civic initiative against communist Czechoslovakia) she could not act in the public. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo/Rene Fluger, Josef Horazny) 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011357

  • 2011年11月15日
    Vlasta Chramostova, actress, dissident, Charter 77 signatory

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Vlasta Chramostova (born 17 November 1926), Czech film and theatre actress in Prague, Czech Republic, November 15, 2011. She has appeared in 35 films since 1950. After signing Charter 77 movement (an informal civic initiative against communist Czechoslovakia) she could not act in the public. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo/Rene Fluger, Josef Horazny) 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011372

  • 2011年11月15日
    Vlasta Chramostova, actress, dissident, Charter 77 signatory

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Vlasta Chramostova (born 17 November 1926), Czech film and theatre actress in Prague, Czech Republic, November 15, 2011. She has appeared in 35 films since 1950. After signing Charter 77 movement (an informal civic initiative against communist Czechoslovakia) she could not act in the public. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo/Rene Fluger, Josef Horazny) 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011335

  • 2011年11月15日
    Vlasta Chramostova, actress, dissident, Charter 77 signatory

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Vlasta Chramostova (born 17 November 1926), Czech film and theatre actress in Prague, Czech Republic, November 15, 2011. She has appeared in 35 films since 1950. After signing Charter 77 movement (an informal civic initiative against communist Czechoslovakia) she could not act in the public. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo/Rene Fluger, Josef Horazny) 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011340

  • 2011年11月15日
    Vlasta Chramostova, actress, dissident, Charter 77 signatory

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Vlasta Chramostova (born 17 November 1926), Czech film and theatre actress in Prague, Czech Republic, November 15, 2011. She has appeared in 35 films since 1950. After signing Charter 77 movement (an informal civic initiative against communist Czechoslovakia) she could not act in the public. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, 2019, aged 92. (CTK Photo/Rene Fluger, Josef Horazny) 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011339

  • 2013年12月16日
    Petr Uhl

    Petr Uhl, former journalist, dissident who signed the Charter 77 human rights manifesto, political prisoner and human rights advocate is seen in this Nov. 11, 2009, file picture. Uhl died today at the age of 80, as Uhl‘s wife, former ombudsman Anna Sabatova, has told CTK. Petr Uhl promoted human rights both during the Communist regime and after its end marked by the Velvet Revolution in 1989. (CTK Photo/Michal Dolezal)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120205824

  • 2015年08月25日
    Jan Sokol, philosopher, pedagogue, signatory of Charter 77, former deputy and minister of education

    Jan Sokol, philosopher, pedagogue, signatory of Charter 77, died on February 16, 2021 (CTK Photo/Vojtech Vlk)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021021801615

  • 2015年08月25日
    Jan Sokol, philosopher, pedagogue, signatory of Charter 77, former deputy and minister of education

    Jan Sokol, philosopher, pedagogue, signatory of Charter 77, died on February 16, 2021 (CTK Photo/Vojtech Vlk)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021021801522

  • 2015年08月25日
    Jan Sokol, philosopher, pedagogue, signatory of Charter 77, former deputy and minister of education

    Jan Sokol, philosopher, pedagogue, signatory of Charter 77, died on February 16, 2021 (CTK Photo/Vojtech Vlk)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021021801545

  • 2015年08月25日
    Jan Sokol, philosopher, pedagogue, signatory of Charter 77, former deputy and minister of education

    Jan Sokol, philosopher, pedagogue, signatory of Charter 77, died on February 16, 2021 (CTK Photo/Vojtech Vlk) 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021021801539

  • 2016年05月26日
    Jiri Hanak, Ivo Purs

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Journalist Jiri Hanak, a signatory of the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and doyen among Czech newspaper columnists, died in the small hours on June 5, 2020, at the age of 82, his family has told CTK. *** Journalist Jiri Hanak, left, is seen during takeover the Opus Vitae journalistic prize, in Havlickuv Brod, Czech Republic, on May 26, 2005. On the right side is seen Ivo Purs, chief of the Czech Literary Funds Foundation. (CTK Photo/Lubos Pavlicek)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020061109700

  • 2016年05月26日
    Jiri Hanak

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Journalist Jiri Hanak, a signatory of the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and doyen among Czech newspaper columnists, died in the small hours on June 5, 2020, at the age of 82, his family has told CTK. *** Journalist Jiri Hanak is seen during takeover the Opus Vitae journalistic prize, in Havlickuv Brod, Czech Republic, on May 26, 2005. (CTK Photo/Lubos Pavlicek)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020061109740

  • 2016年05月26日
    Jiri Hanak

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Journalist Jiri Hanak, a signatory of the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and doyen among Czech newspaper columnists, died in the small hours on June 5, 2020, at the age of 82, his family has told CTK. *** Journalist Jiri Hanak is seen during takeover the Opus Vitae journalistic prize, in Havlickuv Brod, Czech Republic, on May 26, 2005. (CTK Photo/Lubos Pavlicek)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020061109838

  • 2016年05月26日
    Jiri Hanak

    ***FILE PHOTO*** Journalist Jiri Hanak, a signatory of the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and doyen among Czech newspaper columnists, died in the small hours on June 5, 2020, at the age of 82, his family has told CTK. *** Journalist Jiri Hanak is seen during takeover the Opus Vitae journalistic prize, in Havlickuv Brod, Czech Republic, on May 26, 2005. (CTK Photo/Lubos Pavlicek)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2020061109973

  • 2017年11月25日
    Karel Gott, Marta Kubisova

    Czech pop music singer Karel Gott receives the Golden Nightingale award in Prague, Czech Republic, November 25, 2017. Legendary singer Karel Gott, 78, won the Czech Nightingale pop music title for the best male singer for the 42nd time in his career and he also presented a special prize for a significant personality to “dissident“ singer Marta Kubisova (left) at an award-giving ceremony tonight. Kubisova, signatory of the Charter 77 human rights manifesto who was persecuted under the communist regime, ended her music career this autumn at the age 75. Today‘s event culminated with her song “Prayer for Marta,“ which became a symbol of the national resistance after the Soviet-led occupation of Czechoslovakia in 1968. (CTK Photo/Roman Vondrous) ***FILE PHOTO***、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019100305275

  • 2017年11月25日
    Karel Gott, Marta Kubisova

    Czech pop music singer Karel Gott receives the Golden Nightingale award in Prague, Czech Republic, November 25, 2017. Legendary singer Karel Gott, 78, won the Czech Nightingale pop music title for the best male singer for the 42nd time in his career and he also presented a special prize for a significant personality to “dissident“ singer Marta Kubisova (left) at an award-giving ceremony tonight. Kubisova, signatory of the Charter 77 human rights manifesto who was persecuted under the communist regime, ended her music career this autumn at the age 75. Today‘s event culminated with her song “Prayer for Marta,“ which became a symbol of the national resistance after the Soviet-led occupation of Czechoslovakia in 1968. (CTK Photo/Roman Vondrous) ***FILE PHOTO*** 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019100305242

  • 2017年11月25日
    Karel Gott, Marta Kubisova

    Czech pop music singer Karel Gott receives the Golden Nightingale award in Prague, Czech Republic, November 25, 2017. Legendary singer Karel Gott, 78, won the Czech Nightingale pop music title for the best male singer for the 42nd time in his career and he also presented a special prize for a significant personality to “dissident“ singer Marta Kubisova (left) at an award-giving ceremony tonight. Kubisova, signatory of the Charter 77 human rights manifesto who was persecuted under the communist regime, ended her music career this autumn at the age 75. Today‘s event culminated with her song “Prayer for Marta,“ which became a symbol of the national resistance after the Soviet-led occupation of Czechoslovakia in 1968. (CTK Photo/Roman Vondrous) ***FILE PHOTO***クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019100305480

  • 2017年11月25日
    Karel Gott, Marta Kubisova

    Czech pop music singer Karel Gott receives the Golden Nightingale award in Prague, Czech Republic, November 25, 2017. Legendary singer Karel Gott, 78, won the Czech Nightingale pop music title for the best male singer for the 42nd time in his career and he also presented a special prize for a significant personality to “dissident“ singer Marta Kubisova (left) at an award-giving ceremony tonight. Kubisova, signatory of the Charter 77 human rights manifesto who was persecuted under the communist regime, ended her music career this autumn at the age 75. Today‘s event culminated with her song “Prayer for Marta,“ which became a symbol of the national resistance after the Soviet-led occupation of Czechoslovakia in 1968. (CTK Photo/Roman Vondrous) ***FILE PHOTO*** 、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019100305497

  • 2019年01月29日
    Petr Uhl, Anna Sabatova

    Petr Uhl, former journalist, dissident who signed the Charter 77 human rights manifesto, political prisoner and human rights advocate is seen in this Nov. 11, 2009, file picture. Uhl died today at the age of 80, as Uhl‘s wife, former ombudsman Anna Sabatova, has told CTK. Petr Uhl promoted human rights both during the Communist regime and after its end marked by the Velvet Revolution in 1989. (CTK Photo/Vaclav Salek)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021120205811

  • 2019年10月07日
    pious place to actress Vlasta Chramostova‘s death, Vaclav Havel Square (National Theatre piazzetta)

    A pious place to actress Vlasta Chramostova‘s death at Vaclav Havel Square (National Theatre piazzetta) in Prague, Czech Republic, on October 7, 2019. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, aged 92, National Theatre (ND). Chramostova was the holder of the Order of Tomas Garrigue Masaryk, a high state decoration which former President Vaclav Havel bestowed on her for her contribution to democracy and human rights in 1998. Besides, she became a laureate of the National Theatre‘s Hall of Fame in 2015. The ceremony of a farewell to Vlasta Chramostova will take place on the stage of the ND‘s historical building on Monday, October 14, at 11:00. (CTK Photo/Vit Simanek)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011452

  • 2019年10月07日
    pious place to actress Vlasta Chramostova‘s death, Vaclav Havel Square (National Theatre piazzetta)

    A pious place to actress Vlasta Chramostova‘s death at Vaclav Havel Square (National Theatre piazzetta) in Prague, Czech Republic, on October 7, 2019. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, aged 92, National Theatre (ND). Chramostova was the holder of the Order of Tomas Garrigue Masaryk, a high state decoration which former President Vaclav Havel bestowed on her for her contribution to democracy and human rights in 1998. Besides, she became a laureate of the National Theatre‘s Hall of Fame in 2015. The ceremony of a farewell to Vlasta Chramostova will take place on the stage of the ND‘s historical building on Monday, October 14, at 11:00. (CTK Photo/Vit Simanek)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011414

  • 2019年10月07日
    pious place to actress Vlasta Chramostova‘s death, Vaclav Havel Square (National Theatre piazzetta)

    A pious place to actress Vlasta Chramostova‘s death at Vaclav Havel Square (National Theatre piazzetta) in Prague, Czech Republic, on October 7, 2019. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, aged 92, National Theatre (ND). Chramostova was the holder of the Order of Tomas Garrigue Masaryk, a high state decoration which former President Vaclav Havel bestowed on her for her contribution to democracy and human rights in 1998. Besides, she became a laureate of the National Theatre‘s Hall of Fame in 2015. The ceremony of a farewell to Vlasta Chramostova will take place on the stage of the ND‘s historical building on Monday, October 14, at 11:00. (CTK Photo/Vit Simanek)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011421

  • 2019年10月07日
    pious place to actress Vlasta Chramostova‘s death, Vaclav Havel Square (National Theatre piazzetta)

    A pious place to actress Vlasta Chramostova‘s death at Vaclav Havel Square (National Theatre piazzetta) in Prague, Czech Republic, on October 7, 2019. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, aged 92, National Theatre (ND). Chramostova was the holder of the Order of Tomas Garrigue Masaryk, a high state decoration which former President Vaclav Havel bestowed on her for her contribution to democracy and human rights in 1998. Besides, she became a laureate of the National Theatre‘s Hall of Fame in 2015. The ceremony of a farewell to Vlasta Chramostova will take place on the stage of the ND‘s historical building on Monday, October 14, at 11:00. (CTK Photo/Vit Simanek)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011382

  • 2019年10月07日
    pious place to actress Vlasta Chramostova‘s death, Vaclav Havel Square (National Theatre piazzetta)

    A pious place to actress Vlasta Chramostova‘s death at Vaclav Havel Square (National Theatre piazzetta) in Prague, Czech Republic, on October 7, 2019. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, aged 92, National Theatre (ND). Chramostova was the holder of the Order of Tomas Garrigue Masaryk, a high state decoration which former President Vaclav Havel bestowed on her for her contribution to democracy and human rights in 1998. Besides, she became a laureate of the National Theatre‘s Hall of Fame in 2015. The ceremony of a farewell to Vlasta Chramostova will take place on the stage of the ND‘s historical building on Monday, October 14, at 11:00. (CTK Photo/Vit Simanek)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011451

  • 2019年10月07日
    pious place to actress Vlasta Chramostova‘s death, Vaclav Havel Square (National Theatre piazzetta)

    A pious place to actress Vlasta Chramostova‘s death at Vaclav Havel Square (National Theatre piazzetta) in Prague, Czech Republic, on October 7, 2019. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, aged 92, National Theatre (ND). Chramostova was the holder of the Order of Tomas Garrigue Masaryk, a high state decoration which former President Vaclav Havel bestowed on her for her contribution to democracy and human rights in 1998. Besides, she became a laureate of the National Theatre‘s Hall of Fame in 2015. The ceremony of a farewell to Vlasta Chramostova will take place on the stage of the ND‘s historical building on Monday, October 14, at 11:00. (CTK Photo/Vit Simanek)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011470

  • 2019年10月07日
    National Theater in Prague, funeral flag for actress Vlasta Chramostova‘s death

    A funeral flag for actress Vlasta Chramostova‘s death oa National Theater in Prague, Czech Republic, on October 7, 2019. Vlasta Chramostova, a Czech theatre and film actress and a former leading anti-communist dissident and Charter 77 human rights manifesto signatory, died on October 6, aged 92, National Theatre (ND). Chramostova was the holder of the Order of Tomas Garrigue Masaryk, a high state decoration which former President Vaclav Havel bestowed on her for her contribution to democracy and human rights in 1998. Besides, she became a laureate of the National Theatre‘s Hall of Fame in 2015. The ceremony of a farewell to Vlasta Chramostova will take place on the stage of the ND‘s historical building on Monday, October 14, at 11:00. (CTK Photo/Vit Simanek)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019101011468

  • 2019年10月20日
    KAROL SIDON, LUBOMIR ZAORALEK

    Writer and playwright Karol Sidon, right, former dissident and Charter 77 signatory and the country‘s current chief rabbi, received the Czech state prize for literature from Culture Minister Lubomir Zaoralek, left, in the National Theatre in Prague, Czech Republic, October 20, 2019. (CTK Photo/Roman Vondrous)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019102302924

  • 2019年10月20日
    KAROL SIDON

    Writer and playwright Karol Sidon, pictured, former dissident and Charter 77 signatory and the country‘s current chief rabbi, received the Czech state prize for literature from Culture Minister Lubomir Zaoralek, not pictured, in the National Theatre in Prague, Czech Republic, October 20, 2019. (CTK Photo/Roman Vondrous)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019102302757

  • 2019年10月20日
    KAROL SIDON, LUBOMIR ZAORALEK

    Writer and playwright Karol Sidon, right, former dissident and Charter 77 signatory and the country‘s current chief rabbi, received the Czech state prize for literature from Culture Minister Lubomir Zaoralek, left, in the National Theatre in Prague, Czech Republic, October 20, 2019. (CTK Photo/Roman Vondrous)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019102302869

  • 2019年11月14日
    Nick Archer, a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars

    British Ambassador Nick Archer unveiled a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars called “underground university“ during the communist regime in Czechoslovakia on a house in Prague-Letna today, on Thursday, November 14, 2019. British academics and Czech dissidents who participated in this activity, which enabled banned teachers to give lectures, also attend the ceremony. The underground university based on secret home seminars was launched by philosopher Jan Patocka, the first spokesman for the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and movement, when he was fired from Charles University in Prague. After his death as a consequence of communist police interrogations, Julius Tomin assumed the initiative. At the end of 1978, he sent a request for aid and cooperation to Oxford University. (CTK Photo/Petr Mlch)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111501112

  • 2019年11月14日
    Nick Archer, a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars

    British Ambassador Nick Archer (centre) unveiled a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars called “underground university“ during the communist regime in Czechoslovakia on a house in Prague-Letna today, on Thursday, November 14, 2019. British academics and Czech dissidents who participated in this activity, which enabled banned teachers to give lectures, also attend the ceremony. The underground university based on secret home seminars was launched by philosopher Jan Patocka, the first spokesman for the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and movement, when he was fired from Charles University in Prague. After his death as a consequence of communist police interrogations, Julius Tomin assumed the initiative. At the end of 1978, he sent a request for aid and cooperation to Oxford University. (CTK Photo/Petr Mlch)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111501108

  • 2019年11月14日
    a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars

    British Ambassador Nick Archer unveiled a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars called “underground university“ during the communist regime in Czechoslovakia on a house in Prague-Letna today, on Thursday, November 14, 2019. British academics and Czech dissidents who participated in this activity, which enabled banned teachers to give lectures, also attend the ceremony. The underground university based on secret home seminars was launched by philosopher Jan Patocka, the first spokesman for the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and movement, when he was fired from Charles University in Prague. After his death as a consequence of communist police interrogations, Julius Tomin assumed the initiative. At the end of 1978, he sent a request for aid and cooperation to Oxford University. (CTK Photo/Michal Kamaryt)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111500869

  • 2019年11月14日
    a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars

    British Ambassador Nick Archer unveiled a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars called “underground university“ during the communist regime in Czechoslovakia on a house in Prague-Letna today, on Thursday, November 14, 2019. British academics and Czech dissidents who participated in this activity, which enabled banned teachers to give lectures, also attend the ceremony. The underground university based on secret home seminars was launched by philosopher Jan Patocka, the first spokesman for the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and movement, when he was fired from Charles University in Prague. After his death as a consequence of communist police interrogations, Julius Tomin assumed the initiative. At the end of 1978, he sent a request for aid and cooperation to Oxford University. (CTK Photo/Petr Mlch)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111501072

  • 2019年11月14日
    Julius Tomin, Vaclav Hampl

    British Ambassador Nick Archer unveiled a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars called “underground university“ during the communist regime in Czechoslovakia on a house in Prague-Letna today, on Thursday, November 14, 2019. British academics and Czech dissidents who participated in this activity, which enabled banned teachers to give lectures, also attend the ceremony. The underground university based on secret home seminars was launched by philosopher Jan Patocka, the first spokesman for the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and movement, when he was fired from Charles University in Prague. クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111501089

  • 2019年11月14日
    Dana Nemcova, Alexandr Vondra,

    British Ambassador Nick Archer unveiled a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars called “underground university“ during the communist regime in Czechoslovakia on a house in Prague-Letna today, on Thursday, November 14, 2019. British academics and Czech dissidents (on the photo Dana Nemcova, centre, speaks with Alexandr Vondra, left) who participated in this activity, which enabled banned teachers to give lectures, also attend the ceremony. The underground university based on secret home seminars was launched by philosopher Jan Patocka, the first spokesman for the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and movement, when he was fired from Charles University in Prague. クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111501090

  • 2019年11月14日
    Nick Archer, a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars

    British Ambassador Nick Archer unveiled a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars called “underground university“ during the communist regime in Czechoslovakia on a house in Prague-Letna today, on Thursday, November 14, 2019. British academics and Czech dissidents who participated in this activity, which enabled banned teachers to give lectures, also attend the ceremony. The underground university based on secret home seminars was launched by philosopher Jan Patocka, the first spokesman for the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and movement, when he was fired from Charles University in Prague. After his death as a consequence of communist police interrogations, Julius Tomin assumed the initiative. At the end of 1978, he sent a request for aid and cooperation to Oxford University. (CTK Photo/Petr Mlch)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111501074

  • 2019年11月14日
    Nick Archer, Julius Tomin, Marek Tomin,

    British Ambassador Nick Archer (second from right) unveiled a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars called “underground university“ during the communist regime in Czechoslovakia on a house in Prague-Letna today, on Thursday, November 14, 2019. British academics and Czech dissidents who participated in this activity, which enabled banned teachers to give lectures, also attend the ceremony. The underground university based on secret home seminars was launched by philosopher Jan Patocka, the first spokesman for the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and movement, when he was fired from Charles University in Prague. (CTK Photo/Petr M、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111501162

  • 2019年11月14日
    Nick Archer, Julius Tomin,

    British Ambassador Nick Archer (right) unveiled a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars called “underground university“ during the communist regime in Czechoslovakia on a house in Prague-Letna today, on Thursday, November 14, 2019. British academics and Czech dissidents who participated in this activity, which enabled banned teachers to give lectures, also attend the ceremony. The underground university based on secret home seminars was launched by philosopher Jan Patocka, the first spokesman for the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and movement, when he was fired from Charles University in Prague. After his death as a consequence of communist police interrogations, Julius Tomin (left) assumed the initiative. At the end of 1978, he sent a request for aid and cooperation to Oxford University. (CTK Photo/Petr Mlch)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111500979

  • 2019年11月14日
    Nick Archer, a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars

    British Ambassador Nick Archer unveiled a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars called “underground university“ during the communist regime in Czechoslovakia on a house in Prague-Letna today, on Thursday, November 14, 2019. British academics and Czech dissidents who participated in this activity, which enabled banned teachers to give lectures, also attend the ceremony. The underground university based on secret home seminars was launched by philosopher Jan Patocka, the first spokesman for the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and movement, when he was fired from Charles University in Prague. After his death as a consequence of communist police interrogations, Julius Tomin assumed the initiative. At the end of 1978, he sent a request for aid and cooperation to Oxford University. (CTK Photo/Petr Mlch)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111500970

  • 2019年11月14日
    Julius Tomin

    British Ambassador Nick Archer unveiled a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars called “underground university“ during the communist regime in Czechoslovakia on a house in Prague-Letna today, on Thursday, November 14, 2019. British academics and Czech dissidents who participated in this activity, which enabled banned teachers to give lectures, also attend the ceremony. The underground university based on secret home seminars was launched by philosopher Jan Patocka, the first spokesman for the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and movement, when he was fired from Charles University in Prague. After his death as a consequence of communist police interrogations, Julius Tomin (photo) assumed the initiative. At the end of 1978, he sent a request for aid and cooperation to Oxford University. (CTK Photo/Michal Kamaryt)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111501079

  • 2019年11月14日
    a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars

    British Ambassador Nick Archer unveiled a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars called “underground university“ during the communist regime in Czechoslovakia on a house in Prague-Letna today, on Thursday, November 14, 2019. British academics and Czech dissidents who participated in this activity, which enabled banned teachers to give lectures, also attend the ceremony. The underground university based on secret home seminars was launched by philosopher Jan Patocka, the first spokesman for the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and movement, when he was fired from Charles University in Prague. After his death as a consequence of communist police interrogations, Julius Tomin assumed the initiative. At the end of 1978, he sent a request for aid and cooperation to Oxford University. (CTK Photo/Michal Kamaryt)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111501092

  • 2019年11月14日
    a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars

    British Ambassador Nick Archer unveiled a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars called “underground university“ during the communist regime in Czechoslovakia on a house in Prague-Letna today, on Thursday, November 14, 2019. British academics and Czech dissidents who participated in this activity, which enabled banned teachers to give lectures, also attend the ceremony. The underground university based on secret home seminars was launched by philosopher Jan Patocka, the first spokesman for the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and movement, when he was fired from Charles University in Prague. After his death as a consequence of communist police interrogations, Julius Tomin assumed the initiative. At the end of 1978, he sent a request for aid and cooperation to Oxford University. (CTK Photo/Petr Mlch)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111500872

  • 2019年11月14日
    Nick Archer, Julius Tomin, Marek Tomin,

    British Ambassador Nick Archer (right) unveiled a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars called “underground university“ during the communist regime in Czechoslovakia on a house in Prague-Letna today, on Thursday, November 14, 2019. British academics and Czech dissidents who participated in this activity, which enabled banned teachers to give lectures, also attend the ceremony. The underground university based on secret home seminars was launched by philosopher Jan Patocka, the first spokesman for the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and movement, when he was fired from Charles University in Prague. After his death as a consequence of communist police interrogations, Julius Tomin (centre, accompanied by Marek Tomin) assumed the initiative. (CTK Photo/Petr Mlch)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111501164

  • 2019年11月14日
    Nick Archer, Alexandr Vondra

    British Ambassador Nick Archer (on the photo left speaking with MEP Alexandr Vondra) unveiled a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars called “underground university“ during the communist regime in Czechoslovakia on a house in Prague-Letna today, on Thursday, November 14, 2019. British academics and Czech dissidents who participated in this activity, which enabled banned teachers to give lectures, also attend the ceremony. The underground university based on secret home seminars was launched by philosopher Jan Patocka, the first spokesman for the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and movement, when he was fired from Charles University in Prague.クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111501165

  • 2019年11月14日
    Nick Archer, Julius Tomin, Marek Tomin,

    British Ambassador Nick Archer (right) unveiled a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars called “underground university“ during the communist regime in Czechoslovakia on a house in Prague-Letna today, on Thursday, November 14, 2019. British academics and Czech dissidents who participated in this activity, which enabled banned teachers to give lectures, also attend the ceremony. The underground university based on secret home seminars was launched by philosopher Jan Patocka, the first spokesman for the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and movement, when he was fired from Charles University in Prague. After his death as a consequence of communist police interrogations, Julius Tomin (centre, accompanied by Marek Tomin) assumed the initiative. At the end of 1978, he sent a request for aid and cooperation to Oxford University. (CTK Photo/Michal Kamaryt)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111501166

  • 2019年11月14日
    Nick Archer, Julius Tomin, Marek Tomin,

    British Ambassador Nick Archer (right) unveiled a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars called “underground university“ during the communist regime in Czechoslovakia on a house in Prague-Letna today, on Thursday, November 14, 2019. British academics and Czech dissidents who participated in this activity, which enabled banned teachers to give lectures, also attend the ceremony. The underground university based on secret home seminars was launched by philosopher Jan Patocka, the first spokesman for the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and movement, when he was fired from Charles University in Prague. After his death as a consequence of communist police interrogations, Julius Tomin (centre, accompanied by Marek Tomin) assumed the initiative. At the end of 1978, he sent a request for aid and cooperation to Oxford University. (CTK Photo/Petr Mlch)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111501163

  • 2019年11月14日
    a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars

    British Ambassador Nick Archer unveiled a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars called “underground university“ during the communist regime in Czechoslovakia on a house in Prague-Letna today, on Thursday, November 14, 2019. British academics and Czech dissidents who participated in this activity, which enabled banned teachers to give lectures, also attend the ceremony. The underground university based on secret home seminars was launched by philosopher Jan Patocka, the first spokesman for the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and movement, when he was fired from Charles University in Prague. After his death as a consequence of communist police interrogations, Julius Tomin assumed the initiative. At the end of 1978, he sent a request for aid and cooperation to Oxford University. (CTK Photo/Petr Mlch)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111501066

  • 2019年11月14日
    Nick Archer, Julius Tomin, Marek Tomin,

    British Ambassador Nick Archer (right) unveiled a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars called “underground university“ during the communist regime in Czechoslovakia on a house in Prague-Letna today, on Thursday, November 14, 2019. British academics and Czech dissidents who participated in this activity, which enabled banned teachers to give lectures, also attend the ceremony. The underground university based on secret home seminars was launched by philosopher Jan Patocka, the first spokesman for the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and movement, when he was fired from Charles University in Prague. After his death as a consequence of communist police interrogations, Julius Tomin (centre, accompanied by Marek Tomin) assumed the initiative. At the end of 1978, he sent a request for aid and cooperation to Oxford University. (CTK Photo/Michal Kamaryt)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111500981

  • 2019年11月14日
    Nick Archer, Julius Tomin, Marek Tomin,

    British Ambassador Nick Archer (right) unveiled a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars called “underground university“ during the communist regime in Czechoslovakia on a house in Prague-Letna today, on Thursday, November 14, 2019. British academics and Czech dissidents who participated in this activity, which enabled banned teachers to give lectures, also attend the ceremony. The underground university based on secret home seminars was launched by philosopher Jan Patocka, the first spokesman for the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and movement, when he was fired from Charles University in Prague. After his death as a consequence of communist police interrogations, Julius Tomin (centre, accompanied by Marek Tomin) assumed the initiative. At the end of 1978, he sent a request for aid and cooperation to Oxford University. (CTK Photo/Michal Kamaryt)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111501085

  • 2019年11月14日
    a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars

    British Ambassador Nick Archer unveiled a plaque in memory of the Czech-British cooperation in secret home seminars called “underground university“ during the communist regime in Czechoslovakia on a house in Prague-Letna today, on Thursday, November 14, 2019. British academics and Czech dissidents who participated in this activity, which enabled banned teachers to give lectures, also attend the ceremony. The underground university based on secret home seminars was launched by philosopher Jan Patocka, the first spokesman for the Charter 77 human rights manifesto and movement, when he was fired from Charles University in Prague. After his death as a consequence of communist police interrogations, Julius Tomin assumed the initiative. At the end of 1978, he sent a request for aid and cooperation to Oxford University. (CTK Photo/Petr Mlch)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2019111500980

  • 2021年12月10日
    Funeral of journalist Petr Uhl, Prague

    Funeral of journalist, former dissident, political prisoner and Charter 77 signatory Petr Uhl in Prague, Czech Republic, December 10, 2021. (CTK Photo/Ondrej Deml)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021121101311

  • 2021年12月10日
    Alexandr Vondra, funeral of journalist Petr Uhl, Prague

    Funeral of journalist, former dissident, political prisoner and Charter 77 signatory Petr Uhl in Prague, Czech Republic, December 10, 2021. At right is Alexandr Vondra. (CTK Photo/Ondrej Deml)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021121101304

  • 2021年12月10日
    Michaela Marksova, Funeral of journalist Petr Uhl, Prague

    Funeral of journalist, former dissident, political prisoner and Charter 77 signatory Petr Uhl in Prague, Czech Republic, December 10, 2021. Pictured Michaela Marksova. (CTK Photo/Ondrej Deml)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021121101256

  • 2021年12月10日
    Petr Placak, funeral of journalist Petr Uhl, Prague

    Funeral of journalist, former dissident, political prisoner and Charter 77 signatory Petr Uhl in Prague, Czech Republic, December 10, 2021. 2nd left is former dissident Petr Placak. (CTK Photo/Ondrej Deml)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021121101257

  • 2021年12月10日
    Dana Nemcova, funeral of journalist Petr Uhl, Prague

    Funeral of journalist, former dissident, political prisoner and Charter 77 signatory Petr Uhl in Prague, Czech Republic, December 10, 2021. At left is former dissident Dana Nemcova. (CTK Photo/Ondrej Deml)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021121101243

  • 2021年12月10日
    Funeral of journalist Petr Uhl, Prague

    Funeral of journalist, former dissident, political prisoner and Charter 77 signatory Petr Uhl in Prague, Czech Republic, December 10, 2021. (CTK Photo/Ondrej Deml)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021121101244

  • 2021年12月10日
    Funeral of journalist Petr Uhl, Prague

    Funeral of journalist, former dissident, political prisoner and Charter 77 signatory Petr Uhl in Prague, Czech Republic, December 10, 2021. (CTK Photo/Ondrej Deml)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021121101259

  • 2021年12月10日
    Jan Kavan, funeral of journalist Petr Uhl, Prague

    Funeral of journalist, former dissident, political prisoner and Charter 77 signatory Petr Uhl in Prague, Czech Republic, December 10, 2021. Front is Jan Kavan. (CTK Photo/Ondrej Deml)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021121101260

  • 2021年12月10日
    Anna Sabatova, funeral of journalist Petr Uhl, Prague

    Funeral of journalist, former dissident, political prisoner and Charter 77 signatory Petr Uhl in Prague, Czech Republic, December 10, 2021. Centre is Anna Sabatova. (CTK Photo/Ondrej Deml)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021121101262

  • 2021年12月10日
    Funeral of journalist Petr Uhl, Prague

    Funeral of journalist, former dissident, political prisoner and Charter 77 signatory Petr Uhl in Prague, Czech Republic, December 10, 2021. (CTK Photo/Ondrej Deml)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021121101310

  • 2021年12月10日
    Funeral of journalist Petr Uhl, Prague

    Funeral of journalist, former dissident, political prisoner and Charter 77 signatory Petr Uhl in Prague, Czech Republic, December 10, 2021. (CTK Photo/Ondrej Deml)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021121101255

  • 2021年12月10日
    Funeral of journalist Petr Uhl, Prague

    Funeral of journalist, former dissident, political prisoner and Charter 77 signatory Petr Uhl in Prague, Czech Republic, December 10, 2021. (CTK Photo/Ondrej Deml)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021121101258

  • 2021年12月10日
    Funeral of journalist Petr Uhl, Prague

    Funeral of journalist, former dissident, political prisoner and Charter 77 signatory Petr Uhl in Prague, Czech Republic, December 10, 2021. (CTK Photo/Ondrej Deml)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021121101261

  • 2021年12月10日
    Stanislav Kracek, funeral of journalist Petr Uhl, Prague

    Funeral of journalist, former dissident, political prisoner and Charter 77 signatory Petr Uhl in Prague, Czech Republic, December 10, 2021. Pictured ombudsman of the Czech Republic Stanislav Krecek. (CTK Photo/Ondrej Deml)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2021121101242

  • 2022年03月01日
    Student protest rally to show support for Ukraine and condemnation of Russian aggression

    Rector Martin Balej (from left), Charter 77 signatory Daniel Kroupa, Usti nad Labem Deputy Governor Jiri Rehak and Usti nad Labem Mayor Petr Nedvedicky attend the students of Faculty of Philosophy, University of Jan Evangelista Purkyne in Usti nad Labem (UJEP), protest rally to show support for Ukrainian students and academics and condemnation of Russian aggression took place in Usti nad Labem, Czech Republic, on Tuesday, March 1st, 2022. (CTK Photo/Vojtech Hajek)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022030504568

  • 2022年03月01日
    Student protest rally to show support for Ukraine and condemnation of Russian aggression

    Rector Martin Balej (left) and Charter 77 signatory Daniel Kroupa attend the students of Faculty of Philosophy, University of Jan Evangelista Purkyne in Usti nad Labem (UJEP), protest rally to show support for Ukrainian students and academics and condemnation of Russian aggression took place in Usti nad Labem, Czech Republic, on Tuesday, March 1st, 2022. (CTK Photo/Vojtech Hajek)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022030504409

  • 2022年03月01日
    Student protest rally to show support for Ukraine and condemnation of Russian aggression

    Rector Martin Balej (from left), Charter 77 signatory Daniel Kroupa, Usti nad Labem Deputy Governor Jiri Rehak and Usti nad Labem Mayor Petr Nedvedicky attend the students of Faculty of Philosophy, University of Jan Evangelista Purkyne in Usti nad Labem (UJEP), protest rally to show support for Ukrainian students and academics and condemnation of Russian aggression took place in Usti nad Labem, Czech Republic, on Tuesday, March 1st, 2022. (CTK Photo/Vojtech Hajek)、クレジット:CTK/共同通信イメージズ

    商品コード: 2022030504341

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