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Czechoslovak premenstrual syndrome convicted of resumption in collaboration with the Nazis

The case of General Jan Syrovny, the head of the Czechoslovak government during the Munich crisis, and his successor Rudolf Beran is to be resumed, defenders of General Syrovyr’s great nephew said on Czech TV on Tuesday. Told to. The High Court of Prague has revoked the previous ruling from 1947. According to this, both Shirovi and Belan were sentenced to 20 years in prison for working with the Nazis. A court representative told Czech Television that new facts were discovered in connection with a case that could change the decision.

General Jan Syrovny was a Czechoslovak corps during World War I and was one of the most famous soldiers in Czechoslovakia during the interwar period. He was released in 1960 as a result of an amnesty after spending 14 years in prison after World War II. His family is trying to rehabilitate him. Rudolf Beran died in 1954 at Leopoldov Prison.

https://english.radio.cz/case-czechoslovak-pms-sentenced-collaborating-nazis-be-reopened-8749453 Czechoslovak premenstrual syndrome convicted of resumption in collaboration with the Nazis

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