Petr Blažek is a historian specializing in 20th century Czechoslovak history, specifically the opposition and resistance against the communist regime, as well as Polish-Czech-Slovak relations. He studied history at the Institute of Czech History at the Faculty of Philosophy, Charles University, and he received a doctorate from the same faculty for the dissertation thesis, "History of Polish-Czechoslovak Solidarity. Relations of the Czechoslovak and Polish Opposition 1976-1989 ". Currently, he works as a specialist at the Institute for the Study of Totalitarian Regimes. He was the operator of the grant project "Committee on the Defense of Unjustly Prosecuted. The History of the Opposition Group (1078-1989) ", within which the website vons.cz was created.
Petr Blažek is also one of the volunteers who are part of the Center for Documentation of Totalitarian Regimes (CDTR).
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- Vrtálková, Anna
PhDr. Petr Blažek, Ph.D. (1973) - VONS.cz. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.vons.cz/petr-blazek
PhDr. Petr Blažek, Ph.D. (*1973) – Ústav pro studium totalitních režimů. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.ustrcr.cz/o-nas/organizacni-struktura/organizacni-struktura-odbory/odbor-vyzkumu-vzdelavani/oddeleni-vyzkumu-1945-1989/petr-blazek/
Moderní-Dějiny.cz | Informace o autorovi - Petr Blažek. (n.d.). Retrieved from http://www.moderni-dejiny.cz/redakce/detail/id/59