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The Army of the Protectorate Bohemia-Moravia

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Lieutenant Colonel (ret.) Alois Dubec (1923)

born in a cottier family in Valašský region on June 28th, 1923. joined the Government Protectorate Army in 1941 embattled in Italy in 1944, with some other members of the Government Army defected to guerrilla he left for Switzerland at the end of 1944, he ... arrows 


Master Warrant Officer Jaroslav Foršt (1947)

1947, born in Chrudim was apprenticed as a locksmith joined up 4th exploration battalion in Jindřichův Hradec in 1966 went through the complete training and parachute training he and his troop performed pirate broadcasting in 21st - 25th August 1968 in 1968 ... arrows 


Captain (ret.) Josef Fronc (1920)

Born on 26 August, 1920, in Černouček near Roudnice nad Labem Studied at a music school in Prague 1941-1944 - government troops, 8th battalion May 1944 – transfer with the government troops to Turin, Italy Escape from the government troops to France 13 ... arrows 


Karel Hýbek

he was born on October 2nd 1919 in Kostelec nad Labem town; his father was a professional soldier he graduated from high school in Rokycany town he attended former College of the Mechanical Engineering until the closing of Czech Universities in November of 1939 ... arrows 


Jaroslav Chejstovský (1921 - 2008)

Born in 1921 in Prague. Since his youth he was an active and complex sportsman. To avoid convict labour in Germany he joined the Government army in 1939. Later he entered for the dragoons with whom he was reassigned to Italy in 1943. Soon the whole troop ... arrows 


Lieutenant (ret.) Bedřich Jiránek (1924)

born on 30 April 1924 in Úpice near Trutnov joined the Government Forces in 1942 transferred to Italy at the beginning of 1944 deserted to the Italian guerrilla, took part in ambushes crossed the border to France with his fellow fighters in summer 1944, ... arrows 


Captain (ret.) Václav Jirkovský (1923)

born in 1923 in Skočicích near Přeštice forced-laborer in Berlin fled home, then, upon the mayor’s pleads, registered with the employment office and was sent to Most due to a recommendation was taken to the governmental army in October 1943 guarded railroads ... arrows 


Svatoslav Kalich (1915 - 2015)

Born on June 2, 1915, in Frenštát pod Radhoštěm 1. 10. 1935 – enlisted to the 8th infantry regiment in Místek After he passed his basic military training, he became a professional soldier in 1937 Spent September 1938 at the border of Písecko On March 14, ... arrows 


Miroslav Klepáč (1925)

born 1925 in Brno began with Scouting in 1937 in Brno-Židenice joined the government army during the war Stationed in Italian warfront, escaped to Switzerland studied the Trade Academy in Brno working in the 1st Brno Machinery Factory in 1945-1950 leader ... arrows 


Dalibor Knejfl (1925)

born 14 May 1925 in Lázně Bělohrad during the war, brief period of forced labour at the Junkers factory in Hradec Králové autumn 1943, joined the Government Forces of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, 11th Battalion in Rychnov nad Kněžnou, infantry ... arrows 


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