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1989: Václav Havel Sentenced  
On the twentieth anniversary of the death of Jan Palach, who had burned himself to death in protest against the Soviet occupation in January 1969, the Soviets arrested a group of people who were laying wreaths at Saint Wenceslas' statue in Prague.

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Vaclav Havel was resident writer at which Prague Theater in the 1960ies?
  Laterna Magicka
  Theatre on the Balustrade
  The Black Theatre of Prague
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