Adolf Opálka, "Out Distance" group. Finding himself in a hopeless situation with a shattered-bone fracture in his right arm, First Lieutenant Adolf Opálka took poison and simultaneously ended his life with a pistol shot to the left temple. Source: "Assassination" by Michal Burian et al.
Identification of dead Allied paratroopers in front of the church. On the pavement there are bodies of Adolf Opálka and Josef Valčík. The young man in civilian clothes (in the middle) standing between lying bodies is betrayer Karel Čurda.
Butcher shop, in which Jozef Gabčík tried to hide after the assassination of Heydrich. Brauner, owner of the shop (he was a German and had Gestapo man kinsman) immediately betrayed shelter of Gabčík to Heydrich's driver Johannes Klein, who pursued him. Exchange of fire began. Klein was wounded, Gabčík escaped.
Sergeant Cadet Josef Bublík ("Bioscop" group), wounded by many fragments, ended his life with a bullet from his own pistol. Source: "Assassination" by Michal Burian et al. But I think the postmortem photo represents Jozef Gabčík.