Aťa and his father Alois were executed in Mauthausen on October Part of the resistance network that aided Operation Anthropoid, Ata's mother escaped Nazi arrest by asking to use the bathroom, where she bit down on a cyanide pill.
Vladimír Petřek. It seems that photo was taken after his arrest. During the battle in the church of Sts. Cyril and Methodius the Germans used priest Vladimír Petřek as human shield. Source: http://www.ceskatelevize.cz/porady/10350893065-heydrich-konecne-reseni
Marie Kovárníková and her sister Ludmila received information about Heydrich's daily routine for future assassins. She had close relationship with Jan Kubiš. Both sisters were executed in Mauthausen. Photo from http://www.ceskatelevize.cz/porady/10350893065-heydrich-konecne-reseni
Rela Fafková (30.7.1920 - 24.10.1942), older sister of Liboslava Fafková. From memoires of her former school teacher Josef Ogoun, member of Czech resistance, who came through the German occupation, Rela was "gentle and faithful servant of national patriotic rights". Photo from http://www.ustrcr.cz/data/pdf/pamet-dejiny/pad1202/033-047.pdf
Marie Rútová se synem Jiřím... Růtovi byli vystaveni brutálním výslechům. Václavu Růtovi jako jejich prvnímu ubytovateli byly po preparaci hlav parašutistů předloženy k identifikaci hlavy Jana Kubiše a Josefa Gabčíka. Růta ubytoval Strnada a Vyskočila od 31. 12. 1941 do 5. 1. 1942. Opětovně rozpoznal v obou hlavách mrtvol číslo 3 a 6 osoby, které u něho byly. Všichni tři i s manželem Václavem byli popraveni v bunkru koncentračního tábora Mauthausen 24. října 1942.
The paratroopers often slept in the flat of Emanuela and Václav Khodl in what is Kolbenova Street today, in the Vysočany District of Prague. The entire family, including son Václav (first from left), were executed in Mauthausen on October 24, 1942. Source: "Assassination" by Michal Burian et al. The girl in the photo is fiancée of young Václav Khodl. She died of natural death in 1943.