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Welcome to the website which aims to map, show and commemorate the fate and places associated with Czechoslovak soldiers who were deployed from England to the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia during World War II.

Use the timeline, Geocaching caches or commemorative plaques to follow the fascinating story of these people.


Challenge - Go on the trail of the paratroopers with Geocaching.
We make CWG Geocaching




Events as time went on. Go back in time


Commemorative plaques

Commemorative plaques

We try to remind the general public of the places.


  • 24.6.1913 - Jan Kubiš
    24.6.1913 - Jan Kubiš

    Jan Kubiš (24. června 1913 Dolní Vilémovice – 18. června 1942 Praha) byl československý voják, za druhé světové války příslušník československé zahraniční armády ve Velké Británii, hrdina protinacistického odboje a jeden z parašutistů, který v rámci Operace Anthropoid úspěšně splnil roku 1942 útok na zastupujícího říšského protektora Reinharda Heydricha.

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  • 29.9.1938 - Munich Agreement and Second Czechoslovak Republic
    29.9.1938 - Munich Agreement and Second Czechoslovak Republic

    The Munich Agreement (Czech: Mnichovská dohoda; Slovak: Mníchovská dohoda; German: Münchner Abkommen) was an agreement concluded at Munich on 30 September 1938, by Germany, the United Kingdom, France, and Italy. It provided "cession to Germany of the Sudeten German territory" of Czechoslovakia, despite the existence of a 1924 alliance agreement and 1925 military pact between France and the Czechoslovak Republic, for which it is also known as the Munich Betrayal (Mnichovská zrada; Mníchovská zrada).

  • 16.4.1941 - Operace Benjamin
    16.4.1941 - Operace Benjamin

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    Operation Benjamin was the code name for the paratroopers sent during World War II. World War II from England to the territory of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. The airdrop was organized by the intelligence department of the exiled Ministry of National Defense and was included in the first wave of airdrops.

  • 12.9.1914 - Otmar Riedl
    12.9.1914 - Otmar Riedl

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    He was born on September 12, 1914 in Kroměříž. Father Otmar worked as a nurse in a mental hospital and mother Anna ( Hradilová) was a housewife. He had three siblings.

  • 28.10.1918 - Origins of Czechoslovakia
    28.10.1918 - Origins of Czechoslovakia

    The formation of Czechoslovakia was a process that led to the establishment of an independent Czechoslovak state. Czechoslovakia was proclaimed on October 28, 1918. Its borders were defined by peace treaties and the resulting decisions within the Versailles peace system.