Otec a syn v třetím odboji. Případ Františka a Milana Pouskových [František and Milan Pouska: Father and Son in Third Resistance Movement]

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Acta Musei Nationalis Pragae – Historia | 2016/70/3-4

Both František and Milan Pouska entered the Czechoslovak history of the 20th century, however today they are already completely forgotten. František – a hero of the Czechoslovak legion in Russia, first republic officer, anti-Nazi resistance fighter and a member of the third resistance movement – spent ten years in prisons. His son, Milan Pouska (1922–1951) – a lieutenant of the Czechoslovak army and a prisoner of the communist regime – was shot treacherously by a superintendent of prisoners in forced labor camp Horní Slavkov on 11th April 1951.

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