Miroslav Jezek - coming home post-89 the hardest move of all
Thousands of Czechs, especially young people and students, were faced with the question of whether to stay or leave the country when Russians tanks destroyed the Prague Spring in 1968. Miroslav "Mirku" Jezek was one of them, and in many ways his story is typical of that of his generation. Mirku first lived in Germany, before eventually moving on to, among other places, China and Japan. As he tells Ian Willoughby, however, moving back to the Czech Republic was the hardest move he ever made. Listen to their very interesting conversation in One on One.