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Heinrich Himmler visiting Prague, Czechoslovakia following Reinhard Heydrich's appointment as Protector of Bohemia and Moravia in 1941

Heinrich Himmler visiting Prague, Czechoslovakia following Reinhard Heydrich's appointment as Protector of Bohemia and Moravia in 1941

Monument at Mauthausen to all the Czechs killed there on 24 Oct. 1942 in the aftermath of Heydrich's assassination

Monument at Mauthausen to all the Czechs killed there on 24 Oct. 1942 in the aftermath of Heydrich's assassination

Window of Baťa shop in Wenceslas Square, Prague, where the Nazis after the assassination exposed the personal belongings of assassins. Inscription on the right: "10,000.000 koruns of rewarding for news leading to capture of the assassins. Who knows belongings displayed here?"

Window of Baťa shop in Wenceslas Square, Prague, where the Nazis after the assassination exposed the personal belongings of assassins. Inscription on the right: "10,000.000 koruns of rewarding for news leading to capture of the assassins. Who knows belongings displayed here?"

The crypt of the orthodox church of Saints Cyril and Methodius. (AUTOR: OSOBNÍ ARCHIV EDUARDA STEHLÍKA)

The crypt of the orthodox church of Saints Cyril and Methodius. (AUTOR: OSOBNÍ ARCHIV EDUARDA STEHLÍKA)

The orthodox church of Saints Cyril and Methodius in Prague - after the battle. (AUTOR: OSOBNÍ ARCHIV EDUARDA STEHLÍKA)

The orthodox church of Saints Cyril and Methodius in Prague - after the battle. (AUTOR: OSOBNÍ ARCHIV EDUARDA STEHLÍKA)

Jan Kubiš a Jozef Gabčík

Jan Kubiš a Jozef Gabčík

Karel Čurda at his trial. Source: http://www.ceskatelevize.cz/porady/10350893065-heydrich-konecne-reseni

Karel Čurda at his trial. Source: http://www.ceskatelevize.cz/porady/10350893065-heydrich-konecne-reseni

Body of Karl Hermann Frank after autopsy

Body of Karl Hermann Frank after autopsy

Names and photos of Heydrich's assassins were published in the Protectorate press.

Names and photos of Heydrich's assassins were published in the Protectorate press.

The skulls of paratroopers. From left - Jaroslav Švarc, Adolf Opálka, Josef Bublík, Josef Valčík and Jan Hrubý.

The skulls of paratroopers. From left - Jaroslav Švarc, Adolf Opálka, Josef Bublík, Josef Valčík and Jan Hrubý.

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