My country in WWII

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"Your Czechoslovak Ally" -- Propaganda poster of Czechoslovak exile government in London. Poster showing Czechoslovak exile military unit to British. The portrait of a soldier used as a main theme of the poster is Sergeant Jan Hrubý, who died in the fight with German troops in the crypt of the church of St. Cyril and Methodius in Prague on 18th June 1942.

"Your Czechoslovak Ally" -- Propaganda poster of Czechoslovak exile government in London. Poster showing Czechoslovak exile military unit to British. The portrait of a soldier used as a main theme of the poster is Sergeant Jan Hrubý, who died in the fight with German troops in the crypt of the church of St. Cyril and Methodius in Prague on 18th June 1942.

Soviet Maxim gun training WW2, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Soviet Maxim gun training WW2, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Czechoslovaks Carry On World War Two Poster - 42-50161139 - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis

Czechoslovaks Carry On World War Two Poster - 42-50161139 - Rights Managed - Stock Photo - Corbis

The 11th Infantry Battalion — East (Czech: 11. československý pěší prapor — Východní) was a Czechoslovak infantry battalion during World War II. It served with British Commonwealth forces in the Middle East and North African campaigns (Wikipedia).

The 11th Infantry Battalion — East (Czech: 11. československý pěší prapor — Východní) was a Czechoslovak infantry battalion during World War II. It served with British Commonwealth forces in the Middle East and North African campaigns (Wikipedia).

British poster commemorating Lidice -Lidice shall live! Published by Czechoslovak-British Friendship Club

British poster commemorating Lidice -Lidice shall live! Published by Czechoslovak-British Friendship Club

Czechoslovakian paratroopers training in Scotland.

Czechoslovakian paratroopers training in Scotland.

An infantry Mk.III tank "Valentine Mk II" belonging to one of a one of the Czechoslovak battalion in Tobruk. December 1941.

An infantry Mk.III tank "Valentine Mk II" belonging to one of a one of the Czechoslovak battalion in Tobruk. December 1941.

Czechs 1939

Czechs 1939

Czechoslovak 11th Infantry Battalion

Czechoslovak 11th Infantry Battalion

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