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

Jan Masaryk (Czech Minister of Foreign Affairs - "Pravda vítězí, ale dá to fušku.

President Beneš visiting with Czech officers at Cholomdeley on 26 Jun 1940.

President Beneš visiting with Czech officers at Cholomdeley on 26 Jun

Jan Masaryk

Assassins, gangsters, and enraged mobs of the past have employed a wide variety of methods to silence their victims. One such method involves chucking peop

„Moravec´s XI“ (group of eleven Czechoslovak intelligence officers, who arrived with František Moravec) in London. From left Jaroslav Tauer, Vladimír Cigna, Josef Bartík, František Moravec and Emil Strankmüller, who later headed the First Section of Offensive Intelligence Services. The Special Group D – responsible for the training of parachutists – was under his command.

„Moravec´s XI“ in London. From left Jaroslav Tauer, Vladimír Cigna, Josef Bartík, František Moravec and Emil Strankmüller, who later headed Special Group D – responsible for the training of parachutists. Working with SOE.

Exiled Czechoslovak leaders meeting at the Putney home of former Czechoslovak president Dr Eduard Beneš (1884 - 1948), London, November 1939. Left to right: Colonel František Moravec, Eduard Beneš, Jaromir Smutny and Foreign Minister Jan Masaryk (1886 - 1948). Original publication: Picture Post 227 - My Country - pub 1939 (Photo by Tim Gidal/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Exiled Czechoslovak leaders meeting at the Putney home of former Czechoslovak president Dr Eduard Beneš (1884 - 1948), London, November 1939. Left to right: Colonel František Moravec, Eduard Beneš, Jaromir Smutny and Foreign Minister Jan Masaryk (1886 - 1948). Original publication: Picture Post 227 - My Country - pub 1939 (Photo by Tim Gidal/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Harold Charles Gibson, an SIS representative in Prague before World War II.

Harold Charles Gibson, an SIS representative in Prague before World War II.

Broken Journeys, 1947 Charcoal/Pencil on Stonehedge Paper Completed September 2013 inches

The Minister of Czechoslovak National Defence in Great Britain, General Sergej Ingr with Czechoslovak units at Cholmondeley in July

The Visit, Presidents, Hana

Major Karel Palecek, one of „Moravec´s XI“ and later the Head of Special Group D in June 1940 during the evacuation to Great Britain from France.

London, West Dulwich, Rosendale Road, tan HQ of the Military Radio Headquarters and HQ for Czech intelligence in Great Britain. Worked with SOE.

Czech Intel officere cooperating with SOE: From left: Emil Strankmüller, Josef Bartík, Bohumil Bocek, Vladimír Cigna, František Moravec and Jaroslav Tauer.

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