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Památník pěti popravených dne 3.9.1943
Czech Republic

Dne 3.9.1943 bylo pro výstrahu neprávem popraveno pět mužů. Byla to reakce na sabotáž, kterou provedla skupina Bílá lvice na železniční trati nedaleko nádraží v Lískovci. Tato těla tehdy visela pro výstrahu u kolejí, kde dnes stojí památník.

Copyright: Robert Mročka
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Taken: 07/06/2010
Uploaded: 07/06/2010
Updated: 22/09/2014
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Tags: lískovec; železnice; památník; pět popravených
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