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He was executed by shooting in Ruzyně Barracks on October 3, 1941. The last of the trio was Lt. Col. Josef Mašín, arrested on May 13, 1941, during a transmission to London. He was executed on June 30, 1942 in Prague-Kobylisy. Sabotage was an important part of the activities of the members of the Nation’s Defence. Lt. Col. Josef Mašín’s group manufactured special bombs, masked as coal briquettes, which they would plant in the coal bins of target buildings. Václav Morávek During the process of getting rid of Lt.

Through them, the London intelligence officers gathered important facts concerning the movements of German military units and the armament industry. They passed the information on to the intelligence officers of the Western Allies. Information concerning everyday life in the Protectorate served as preparation for the paratroopers. The Protectorate’s altered IDs undoubtedly was the most important report received. Other bits of information concerning the atmosphere and the mood of the people in the Protectorate were equally important.

In the first years of the war the Western powers did not recognize Czechoslovakia in the international political sphere, so its restoration after the war was not a fait accompli. On June 18, 1941, Britain recognized the CS government in exile in London, but the Munich Agreement remained in force. This meant that even in the case of victory in the war, Czechoslovakia would be restored to its post-Munich size. According to original presuppositions, the resignation of the Protectorate government would demonstrate that even the political representatives of the Protectorate recognized Beneš’ authority and that the entire Czech nation’s rejection of the Nazi occupation would precede negotiations on the revocation of the Munich Agreement.

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