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 — Czechoslovak News Agency
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?"
Briefcase of Jozef Gabčík, abandoned at the place of assassination attempt. Investigative officers found out that briefcase was before belonged to ladies' tailor, who sewed silk clothes. When Karel Čurda came to Gestapo, this briefcase was shown him among others, he recognized him and told that saw it in the home of Švatoš family. Mrs. Švatošová was ladies' tailor.
Přání J. Gabčíka a J. Kubiše před výsadkem. (28.12.1941). Oba muži si přejí, aby bylo postaráno o jejich rodiny a v případě úmrtí, aby dali oznámení rodinám v Anglii. #anthropoid #jankubiš #jozefgabčík