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SS General Reinhard Heydrich's assassins, Czech partisans, lie dead in front of the Carlo Boromeo Church (now the St. Cyril and Methodius Church). Prague, Czechoslovakia, June 1942.  — Czechoslovak News Agency

SS General Reinhard Heydrich's assassins, Czech partisans, lie dead in front of the Carlo Boromeo Church (now the St. Cyril and Methodius Church). Prague, Czechoslovakia, June 1942. — Czechoslovak News Agency

Eighteen-year-old Jan Kubiš - assassin of Heydrich.   What a WW2 hero !

Eighteen-year-old Jan Kubiš - assassin of Heydrich. What a WW2 hero !

Czechoslovak soldier Jan Hrubý, who died in the fight with German troops in the crypt of the church of St. Cyril and Methodius in Prague on 18th June 1942, posing with black cat.

Czechoslovak soldier Jan Hrubý, who died in the fight with German troops in the crypt of the church of St. Cyril and Methodius in Prague on 18th June 1942, posing with black cat.

Warrant Officer Jan Kubiš bled to death from multiple wounds at the SS-hospital in Praha 4 - Podolí‎.

Warrant Officer Jan Kubiš bled to death from multiple wounds at the SS-hospital in Praha 4 - Podolí‎.

Jan KUBIŠ (24.6.1913-18.6.1942)

Jan KUBIŠ (24.6.1913-18.6.1942)

Karel Curda the member of the OUTDISTANCE team who betrayed Kubis and Gabcik and the Czech resistance This Day in History: Operation Anthropoid http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/

Karel Curda the member of the OUTDISTANCE team who betrayed Kubis and Gabcik and the Czech resistance This Day in History: Operation Anthropoid http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/

The last page of the diary of Jan Kubiš.

The last page of the diary of Jan Kubiš.

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?"

Jan Kubiš and Jozef Gabčík in Great Britain.

Jan Kubiš and Jozef Gabčík in Great Britain.

Jan Kubiš with Lee-Enfield rifle. Source: http://www.ustrcr.cz/data/pdf/pamet-dejiny/pad1202/110-127.pdf

Jan Kubiš with Lee-Enfield rifle. Source: http://www.ustrcr.cz/data/pdf/pamet-dejiny/pad1202/110-127.pdf

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