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Construction of naval guns at Skoda Works, Plzen, Austria-Hungary, circa 1910sCzechoslovakian soldier with ZH-29 rifle, circa Jun 1930B-534 fighters at rest, Czechoslovakia, 1930sB-534 fighter at rest, Czechoslovakia, 1930s
Construction of naval guns at Skoda Works, Plzen, Austria-Hungary, circa 1910sCzechoslovakian soldier with ZH-29 rifle, circa Jun 1930B-534 fighters at rest, Czechoslovakia, 1930sB-534 fighter at rest, Czechoslovakia, 1930s
Czechoslovakian paratroopers and MB.200 aircraft, 1930sCzechoslovakian troops on exercise, Czechoslovakia, late 1930s; note ZB vz. 26 light machine gunLidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s.Lidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. Courtyard of the Horák family farm. The X marks the entrance to the cellars where the village men were gathered on the night of 9 Jun 1942.
Czechoslovakian paratroopers and MB.200 aircraft, 1930sCzechoslovakian troops on exercise, Czechoslovakia, late 1930s; note ZB vz. 26 light machine gunLidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s.Lidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. Courtyard of the Horák family farm. The X marks the entrance to the cellars where the village men were gathered on the night of 9 Jun 1942.
Lidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. Gate to the courtyard of the Horák family farm. The village men were marched through this gate and into the cellars on 9 Jun 1942.Lidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. St. Martin’s church built in 1732 seen in the distance from the village cemetery.Lidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. St. Martin’s church built in 1732 with one of the village’s barns in the foreground.Lidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. St. Martin’s church built in 1732 with one of the village’s barns in the foreground.
Lidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. Gate to the courtyard of the Horák family farm. The village men were marched through this gate and into the cellars on 9 Jun 1942.Lidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. St. Martin’s church built in 1732 seen in the distance from the village cemetery.Lidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. St. Martin’s church built in 1732 with one of the village’s barns in the foreground.Lidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. St. Martin’s church built in 1732 with one of the village’s barns in the foreground.
Lidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. St. Martin’s church sits prominently in the center of the village.Lidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. St. Martin’s church sits prominently in the center of the village.Lidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. St. Martin’s church sits prominently in the center of the village. The dark roofs in the foreground are the Horák family farm where all 173 Lidice men were killed on 10 Jun 1942.Lidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. The Lidice school, where the village women and children were held on 9 Jun 1942.
Lidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. St. Martin’s church sits prominently in the center of the village.Lidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. St. Martin’s church sits prominently in the center of the village.Lidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. St. Martin’s church sits prominently in the center of the village. The dark roofs in the foreground are the Horák family farm where all 173 Lidice men were killed on 10 Jun 1942.Lidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. The Lidice school, where the village women and children were held on 9 Jun 1942.
Lidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. These peasant homes were the first to be destroyed on 10 Jun 1942.Jozef Tiso speaking in public, eastern Czechoslovakia, 5 Jun 1938Skoda Works, Plzen, Czechoslovakia, 29 Aug 1938Czechoslovakian soldiers in Krásná Lípa, Czechoslovakia, Oct 1938
Lidice, Czechoslovakia in the 1930s. These peasant homes were the first to be destroyed on 10 Jun 1942.Jozef Tiso speaking in public, eastern Czechoslovakia, 5 Jun 1938Skoda Works, Plzen, Czechoslovakia, 29 Aug 1938Czechoslovakian soldiers in Krásná Lípa, Czechoslovakia, Oct 1938

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