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His political activities brought him under the surveillance of the secret police and he spent multiple stints in prison, the longest being nearly four years, between 19.
Havel's Civic Forum party played a major role in the Velvet Revolution that toppled communism in Czechoslovakia in 1989.
and grew up in a well-known, wealthy entrepreneurial and intellectual family, which was closely linked to the cultural and political events in Czechoslovakia from the 1920s to the 1940s.
His father, Václav Maria Havel, was the owner of the suburban Barrandov Terraces, located on the highest point of Prague.
Havel's mother, Božena Vavrečková, also came from an influential family; her father was a Czechoslovak ambassador and a well-known journalist.
In the early 1950s, the young Havel entered into a four-year apprenticeship as a chemical laboratory assistant and simultaneously took evening classes. For political reasons, he was not accepted into any post-secondary school with a humanities program; therefore, he opted for studies at the Faculty of Economics of the Czech Technical University in Prague but dropped out after two years.In 1968, The Memorandum was also brought to The Public Theater in New York, which helped to establish Havel's reputation in the United States.The Public Theater continued to produce his plays in the following years.If you know of any mirrors that are missing from this list, please have the site maintainer fill out the form at: https://Everything else you want to know about Debian mirrors: https://A secondary mirror site may have restrictions on what they mirror (due to space restrictions).