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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.

Dead Czechoslovak gendarme Jan Koukol after the fight in Habersbirk, northern Bohemia, 13th September 1938. Some historicians call this incident as "the first shots of WW2".

Dead Czechoslovak gendarme Jan Koukol after the fight in Habersbirk, northern Bohemia, September Some historicians call this incident as

A hole in the wall of the crypt in church of St. Cyril and Methodius, Prague (the date of the appearance of this hole is controversial). Author: Jaroslav Čvančara, source: Akce Atentát

A hole in the wall of the crypt in church of St. Cyril and Methodius, Prague (the date of the appearance of this hole is controversial).

The crypt of the orthodox church of Saints Cyril and Methodius. (AUTOR: OSOBNÍ ARCHIV EDUARDA STEHLÍKA)

The crypt of the orthodox church of Saints Cyril and Methodius. (AUTOR: OSOBNÍ ARCHIV EDUARDA STEHLÍKA)

Artist: Zdenka Landová. Karel Čurda identifies dead body of Jan Kubiš in SS-hospital

Artist: Zdenka Landová. Karel Čurda identifies dead body of Jan Kubiš in SS-hospital

Konrad Henlein is welcomed by enthusiastic crowds in Sudetenland. 1938.

Konrad Henlein is welcomed by enthusiastic crowds in Sudetenland.

The crypt of the orthodox church of Saints Cyril and Methodius. (Archiv badatele Jaroslava Čvančary)

The crypt of the orthodox church of Saints Cyril and Methodius.

The crypt in church of St. Cyril and Methodius with hole in the wall. Photo from magazine "After the battle", number 24, 1979.

The crypt in church of St. Cyril and Methodius with hole in the wall. Photo from magazine "After the battle", number

Josef Bublík, member of Operation Bioscop. This photo was used for his false papers.

Josef Bublík, member of Operation Bioscop. This photo was used for his false papers.

The crypt of the St Cyril + St Methodius where the assassins made their last stand against a crack SS squad after been betrayed

The crypt of the St Cyril + St Methodius where the assassins made their last stand against a crack SS squad after been betrayed

The image from the Nazi Propaganda shows the newspaper of Asch of 2 October 1938 that announced the arrival of Adolf HItler in Asch on 3 October 1938, after the Munich Agreement of 29 September 1938. Photo: Berliner Verlag/Archiv

The image from the Nazi Propaganda shows the newspaper of Asch of 2 October 1938 that announced the arrival of Adolf HItler in Asch on 3 October after the Munich Agreement of 29 September Photo: Berliner Verlag/Archiv

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