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Ferdinand Catlos speaking to troops, Czechoslovakia, circa 1940sVojtech Tuka, 1943Lidice, Czechoslovakia Jun 1943. What had been a village street lined with peasant homes as it appeared a year after the destruction.German Me 410 aircraft attacking a B-17G bomber of US 562nd Bomb Squadron, 388th Bomb Group over Br√ľx, Czechoslovakia (now Most, Czech Republic) May 12 1944; photo taken from the B-17G aircraft ‚ÄúLady Godiva‚ÄĚ
Ferdinand Catlos speaking to troops, Czechoslovakia, circa 1940sVojtech Tuka, 1943Lidice, Czechoslovakia Jun 1943. What had been a village street lined with peasant homes as it appeared a year after the destruction.German Me 410 aircraft attacking a B-17G bomber of US 562nd Bomb Squadron, 388th Bomb Group over Br√ľx, Czechoslovakia (now Most, Czech Republic) May 12 1944; photo taken from the B-17G aircraft ‚ÄúLady Godiva‚ÄĚ
A conovoy of Slovakian resistance fighter vehicles near Kelemes, Czechoslovakia (today part of Presov, Slovakia), summer 1944, photo 1 of 2A conovoy of Slovakian resistance fighter vehicles near Kelemes, Czechoslovakia (today part of Presov, Slovakia), summer 1944, photo 2 of 2Slovakian resistance fighters, circa mid-1944Ar 96 aircraft with Czechoslovakian markings at rest, Czechoslovakia, spring 1945
A conovoy of Slovakian resistance fighter vehicles near Kelemes, Czechoslovakia (today part of Presov, Slovakia), summer 1944, photo 1 of 2A conovoy of Slovakian resistance fighter vehicles near Kelemes, Czechoslovakia (today part of Presov, Slovakia), summer 1944, photo 2 of 2Slovakian resistance fighters, circa mid-1944Ar 96 aircraft with Czechoslovakian markings at rest, Czechoslovakia, spring 1945
Lidice, Czechoslovakia May 1945. People gathering at the site of the mass grave holding the bodies of all 173 of Lidice’s men murdered by the SS on 10 Jun 1942.Lidice, Czechoslovakia 6 May 1945. Released British prisoners visiting the site of the mass grave holding the bodies of all 173 of Lidice’s men murdered by the SS on 10 Jun 1942.Soviet T-34 tank in Prague, Czechoslovakia, May 1945, photo 1 of 2Soviet T-34 tank in Prague, Czechoslovakia, May 1945, photo 2 of 2
Lidice, Czechoslovakia May 1945. People gathering at the site of the mass grave holding the bodies of all 173 of Lidice’s men murdered by the SS on 10 Jun 1942.Lidice, Czechoslovakia 6 May 1945. Released British prisoners visiting the site of the mass grave holding the bodies of all 173 of Lidice’s men murdered by the SS on 10 Jun 1942.Soviet T-34 tank in Prague, Czechoslovakia, May 1945, photo 1 of 2Soviet T-34 tank in Prague, Czechoslovakia, May 1945, photo 2 of 2
Soviet troops in Prague, Czechoslovakia, May 1945Ivan Konev in Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1945Lidice, Czechoslovakia Jun 1945. A memorial service being held at the site of the mass grave holding the bodies of all 173 of Lidice‚Äôs men murdered by the SS on 10 Jun 1942 on the third anniversary of the massacre.General Dwight Eisenhower at Prague Ruzyně Airport, Prague, Czechoslovakia, 12 Oct 1945
Soviet troops in Prague, Czechoslovakia, May 1945Ivan Konev in Prague, Czechoslovakia, 1945Lidice, Czechoslovakia Jun 1945. A memorial service being held at the site of the mass grave holding the bodies of all 173 of Lidice‚Äôs men murdered by the SS on 10 Jun 1942 on the third anniversary of the massacre.General Dwight Eisenhower at Prague Ruzyně Airport, Prague, Czechoslovakia, 12 Oct 1945
A car of similar model to which Heydrich was riding when he was assassinated, Army Museum Ziskov, Prague, Czech Republic, 2005Spitfire Mk. IX fighter marked as a member of the No. 310 Squadron RAF on display at Aviation Museum Kbely, Prague, Czech Republic, 24 Aug 2006
A car of similar model to which Heydrich was riding when he was assassinated, Army Museum Ziskov, Prague, Czech Republic, 2005Spitfire Mk. IX fighter marked as a member of the No. 310 Squadron RAF on display at Aviation Museum Kbely, Prague, Czech Republic, 24 Aug 2006

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