A group of Czech soldiers and airmen and British civilians look at books at the counter of Camden Town Public Library, London, 1940.
P/O Stanislav Zimprich was commissioned into the RAFVR on 12 July 1940 whereupon he joined No 310 Squadron RAF at RAF Duxford and made his first operational flight on 18 August. He claimed 2 Me 110 probably destroyed on 7 September, a Do 17 destroyed and an Me 110 damaged 2 days later and a Do 17 probably destroyed on 18 September.
Ján Bačík, who trained with Jan Kubiš and Jozef Gabčík. He was to be a member of Operation Out-Distance, but he broke his leg and was replaced with the traitor Čurda.
Jan Kubiš and Jozef Gabčík- Responsible for the assassination of Nazi Reinhard Heydrich (one of the darkest figures in Nazi history...one of the primary architects of the Holocaust)
Jan Kubiš, Porchester Gate, 1941
Blackbushe, 5 October 1945
.RYBNÍČEK Karel, P/O, 311 Sqn., Navigator, 26 * 05/02/19, Kozlov, Žďár nad Sázavou, Czechoslovakia † 05/10/45, Blackbushe, UK
Josef Valčík - died today 72 years ago ... 18th June 1942 remembered and honoured for your bravery.
Czech fighters, wearing German kit and carrying German weapons, man barricades in Prague, May 1945.
Valentina Biněvská. Medic and sniper. Near Sokolovo she fighted as an observer. As medic of 2. parachute brigade she was air-dropped to Slovakia. From album "Women in the Units of the Czechoslovak Army in the USSR"