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The body of Jan Kubis This Day in History: Operation Anthropoid http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/

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

Second Lieutenant Josef Valčík ended his life with a pistol shot. Source: "Assassination" by Michal Burian et al.

Second Lieutenant Josef Valčík ended his life with a pistol shot. Source: "Assassination" by Michal Burian et al.

The dead paratroopers were carried out in front of the crypt, Karl Hermann Frank is beding over one of the corpses This Day in History: Operation Anthropoid http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/

The dead paratroopers were carried out in front of the crypt, Karl Hermann Frank is bending over one of the corpses

Karl Hermann Frank, execution - Stock Image

Body of Karl Hermann Frank after autopsy: Medical Autopsy Crime, Autopsy Crime Scene,

Sergeant Jan Hrubý ("Bioscop" group) ended his life with a shot from his 9 mm Browning  pistol. Source: "Assassination" by Michal Burian et al.

Sergeant Jan Hrubý ("Bioscop" group) ended his life with a shot from his 9 mm Browning pistol. Source: "Assassination" by Michal Burian et al.

Warrant Officer Josef Gabčík ended his life with a shot from his own pistol. Source: "Assassination" by Michal Burian et al.

Warrant Officer Josef Gabčík ended his life with a shot from his own pistol. Source: "Assassination" by Michal Burian et al.

Jan Kubiš. Postmortem photo. Source: http://www.ceskatelevize.cz/porady/10350893065-heydrich-konecne-reseni

Jan Kubiš. Postmortem photo. Source: http://www.ceskatelevize.cz/porady/10350893065-heydrich-konecne-reseni

Identification of dead paratrooper Jaroslav Švarc. Figure of Karl Hermann Frank looks triumphally.

Identification of dead paratrooper Jaroslav Švarc. Figure of Karl Hermann Frank looks triumphally.

Reinhard Tristan Eugen Heydrich (7 March 1904 – 4 June 1942) was a high-ranking German Nazi official during World War II, and one of the main architects of the Holocaust. He was SS-Obergruppenführer (General) and General der Polizei, chief of the Reich Main Security Office (including the Gestapo, and Kripo) and Stellvertretender Reichsprotektor (Deputy Reich-Protector) of Bohemia and Moravia. In August 1940 he was appointed and served as President of Interpol.

Heydrich, Reinhard Tristan Eugen, The Blonde Beast.

Staff Sergeant Jaroslav Švarc took poison and simultaneously ended his life  with a shot from his pistol. Source: "Assassination" by Michal Burian et al.

Staff Sergeant Jaroslav Švarc took poison and simultaneously ended his life with a shot from his pistol. Source: "Assassination" by Michal Burian et al.

SS security chief and the driving force behind the Reich's extermination policies Reinhard Heydrich together with the Commander of the Security Police and SD in Prague Dr. Horst Böhme (left)  and the State Secretary Karl Hermann Frank (right). Heydrich was assassinated in 1942. Böhme was last seen during fighting near Konigsberg in April 1945. Frank was hanged for his war crimes by the Czechs in 1946.

SS security chief and the driving force behind the Reich's extermination policies Reinhard Heydrich together with the Commander of the Security Police and SD in Prague Dr. Horst Böhme (left) and the State Secretary Karl Hermann Frank (right).

Josef Gabčík at the end of the battle in the crypt, from a sketch by Zdenka Landová.

Josef Gabčík at the end of the battle in the crypt, from a sketch by Zdenka Landová.

Hana Krupková - žena, která použila své půvaby k přežití V archivech ministerstva vnitra se dochovalo přímé svědectví Hany Krupkové v její výpovědi pro StB: “Dal mi přinést jídlo, kávu a cigarety, načež mezi námi došlo k intimnímu styku. Sliboval mi záchranu a říkal, že se z toho pokusí dostat manžela.” A Schultze splnil slib, i když vůbec nemusel. Hana po osobní audienci u K. H. Franka získává částečnou svobodu, ale musí přistoupit na další spolupráci s gestapem.

Hana Krupková - žena, která použila své půvaby k přežití

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 gestapo cars near the orthodox church of Saints Cyril and Methodius. (Archiv badatele Jaroslava Čvančary)

The gestapo cars near the orthodox church of Saints Cyril and Methodius.

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