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In March 1948, Jan Masaryk, the Foreign Minister died having fallen from a window, with the obvious suspicion of foul play.


Monument to Jan Masaryk, with the inscription "Truth will prevail, but it's going to take some work".


Jan Masaryk - news of his death was greeted by an all-knowing nod.


"Do Moskvy jsem jel jako československý ministr, ale vrátil jsem se jako Stalinův pohůnek."Ministr Jan Masaryk na Ruzyňském letišti

The communist-controlled government of Czechoslovakia reports that Foreign Minister Jan Masaryk has committed suicide. The story of the noncommunist Masaryk’s death was greeted with skepticism in the West. Masaryk was born in 1886, the son of Czechoslovakia’s first president.

Although the passage of time makes it unlikely we will ever have a definitive answer, we can find evidence supporting each theory and in doing so reveal something of the nature of the Communist seizure of power. For example, the highest-ranking Soviet Bloc intelligence defector, Lt. Gen. Ion Mihai Pacepa, described his conversation with Nicolae Ceauscescu, who told him about "ten international leaders the Kremlin killed or tried to kill". Jan Masaryk was one of them.'The Kremlin’s Killing…

Click on the link here for Audio Player - Czech Crisis - Jan Masaryk talk from London - September 23, 1938 - Gordon Skene Sound Collection 76 years ago this month, another crisis had boiled up in E...

Charlotte Garrigue Masaryk ( 1850 in Brooklyn, New York, USA – 1923 Lány) was the wife of Tomáš Masaryk, the first President of Czechoslovakia. In 1877, visiting Leipzig, she first met her future husband. They married a year later in the USA. After the wedding, her husband added her surname into his name. Masaryks moved to Prague, where Tomáš obtained a professorship. Couples children - Alice, Herbert, Olga, and Jan, who later became a noted Czechoslovakian diplomat and politician.

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