ROK: 2017 Albert Einstein, Winston Churchill nebo Eleanor Rooseveltová. The Soviet occupation of Czechoslovakia that followed, and suppression of resistance, disrupted the process of her rehabilitation. She was also accused of maintaining contacts with Czechoslovak political figures in exile in the West.[3]. At the age of 17, in the last year of the First World War, she was expelled from school for participating in an anti-war demonstration. Milada Horáková (née Králová, 25 December 1901 – 27 June 1950) was a Czech politician and a member of underground resistance movement during World War II. [9], On 11 September 2008, aged 86, Ludmila Brožová-Polednová, the sole surviving member of the prosecution in the Horáková trial, was sentenced to six years in prison for assisting in the judicial murder of Milada Horáková. [1], Horáková's last letters, including those to her husband and her daughter, have been published in English translation. She was accused of leading a conspiracy to commit treason and espionage at the behest of the United States, Great Britain, France and Yugoslavia. Najnovšie seriály a epizódy sledujte online zadarmo. The English-language production is directed by the Czech-born film-maker, David Mrnka, who also was one of the writers of the screenplay. She became a member of the Provisional National Assembly. HERCI: Ayelet Zurer, Robert Gant, Daniel Rchichev, Karina Rchichev, Taťjana Medvecká, Vica Kerekes, Igor Orozovič, Jaromír Dulava, Marián Mitaš, Vladimír Javorský, Dagmar Bláhová, Robert Jašków, Jitka Smutná, Hana Vagnerová, Alena Mihulová, Karel Dobrý, Petr Lněnička, Tomáš Měcháček, Leoš Juráček, Jiří Vyorálek - vypísať všetkých hercov..., Dan Macek, Anna Geislerová, Jiří Bábek, Martin Pechlát, Ladislav Hampl, Jiří Štrébl, Zuzana Hodková, Philipp Schenker, Petr Meissel, Daniel Rous, Ivana Chýlková, Brian Caspe, Radek Bruna, Anna Stropnická, Jan Holík, Jakub Šmíd, Zdeněk Pecha, Jakub Kohl, Ondřej Novák, Sára Arnsteinová, Zelda Smyth, Dan Brown, Nataša Burger, Lenka Andelová, Jan Nemejovský, David Bowles, Ted Otis, Ondřej Malý, Ivan Sochor, Film Milada je inspirován osudem a životem JUDr. 1901 Praha – 27. Her rehabilitation was not completed until after the Velvet Revolution of 1989. Dr Horáková was born Milada Králová in Prague. Milada, a Czech-American feature film about the life of Milada Horáková, was released in November 2017. Together with her husband, she was arrested and interrogated by the Gestapo in 1940, in her case because of her pre-war political activity. Sebenarnya ini hanya tentang kepuasan dan pilihan mana yang membuat Anda paling nyaman. Komunisté oběsili Miladu Horákovou po vykonstruovaném procesu", "HORÁKOVÁ, Milada, roz. Milada is his feature film debut, in any capacity, and it’s no less an undertaking than the first feature film about one of the most significant events in the history of Czechoslovakia. In 1990 a major thoroughfare in Prague 7, Letná, was renamed in her honour. At worst, an insult to her legacy. [3] Her reported last words were (in translation): "I have lost this fight but I leave with honour. On 27 September 1949, she was arrested and accused of being the leader of an alleged plot to overthrow the Communist regime. 6. Milada in Streaming gratis su Altadefinizione: La trama di Milada (2017). Milada Horáková byla popravena 27. června 1950 i přesto, že tehdejší prezident Československé republiky dostal mnoho žádostí o udělení milosti. She was also active in the Czechoslovak Red Cross. In 1989, Communism was overthrown in a bloodless revolution. In 1991 she was posthumously awarded the Order of Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk (1st Class). It was intended to be a show trial, like those in the Soviet Great Purges of the 1930s. The trial verdict was annulled in June 1968 during the Prague Spring. [7] In 1929 she joined the Czechoslovak National Social Party[8] which, despite the similarity in names, was a strong opponent of German National Socialism. [10][11] The trial proceedings were carefully orchestrated with confessions of guilt secured from the accused. Unlike many of her political associates, Horáková chose not to leave Czechoslovakia for the West, and continued to be politically active in Prague. Ústředními tématy filmu jsou svoboda, boj za demokracii, pravda, láska, naděje, moc a oběť, které jsou velmi aktuální i dnes. [3][4] Her remains were never found. ČSFD: 61 % The State's prosecutors were led by Dr. Josef Urválek and included Ludmila Brožová-Polednová. [4], Her conviction was annulled in 1968. Milada is a 2017 Czech biographical film written, produced and directed by David Mrnka. Milada upheld the doctrine of humanitarian ideals in her socialwork against a … She died after being strangled for more than 13 minutes. Milady Horákové, který se dotkl mnoha lidí. At best, it’s a well-meaning attempt to bring Horáková’s story to a worldwide audience. Evidence of the alleged conspiracy included Horáková's presence at a meeting of political figures from the National Socialist, Social Democrat, and People's parties, in September 1948, held to discuss their response to the new political situation in Czechoslovakia. Film Milada je inspirován osudem a životem JUDr. Cílem filmu je přiblížit osobnost Milady Horákové, její život a osud, nejširšímu publiku v České republice a v zahraničí. She was fully rehabilitated in the 1990s and posthumously received the Order of Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk (1st Class) and Order of the White Double Cross (1st Class).[5][6]. Horáková married her husband Bohuslav Horák in 1927. Pozrite si ich zoznam", "Přímluva Einsteina ani Churchilla nezabrala. Although the prosecution demanded the death penalty, she was sentenced to 8 years imprisonment. Czechoslovakia became freed from the communist regime. Brožová-Polednová was released from detention in December 2010, due to her age and health, and died on 15 January 2015. Režisér filmu o Horákové našel svou hrdinku v dopisech a vzpomínkách dcery", "Dlouho očekávaná premiéra filmu o Horákové: Peníze nedali ani miliardáři…", https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Milada_(film)&oldid=980007119, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, Daniel Rchichev (age 6), Karina Rchichev (age 13) and, This page was last edited on 24 September 2020, at 02:12. Milady Horákové, který se dotkl mnoha lidí. [2] Many prominent figures in the West, including Albert Einstein, Vincent Auriol and Winston Churchill, petitioned for her life. [11][16], Milada Horáková's husband, Bohuslav Horák, avoided arrest in 1949, escaping to West Germany and later settling in the United States. From 1927 to 1940 she was employed in the social welfare department of the Prague city authority. Directed by David Mrnka. Her early political life was influenced by senator Františka Plamínková, the founder of Women's National Council. 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