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Milada Horáková (1901) - Czech politician, member of anti-Nazi resistance, victim of Communists regime. Horáková was falsely accused from a treason and after the show-trial when she stood firm, defending her ideals, she was sentenced to death and executed. She became a symbol of prowess. #Czechia #Czechoslovakia
Milada Horáková (25 de diciembre de 1901 - 27 de junio de 1950). Política checa, víctima de los procesos políticos de los años 50 en Checoslovaquia. Fue la única mujer ejecutada durante estos procesos y gracias a su valentía y lucha por sus ideales se convirtió en el símbolo de la resistencia contra el régimen comunista.
Milada Horakova was put to death at age 49 by hanging in Panrac Prison, Prague on June 27, 1950. Of the 248 persons executed for political reasons in Communist Czechoslovakia during the Cold War, she was the only woman executed. She is a national heroine in the Czech Republic, and June 27th is the official day of “Commemoration for the Victims of the Communist Regime.”