2012 marked the seventieth anniversary of one of the most daring and courageous acts undertaken against the Nazi regime. Operation Anthropoid was a mission carried out by Czechoslovak parachutists trained by the Britis
Clic1. Relax at Letná Park For gorgeous views of Prague, head to Letná Park. It’s a favourite local spot in summer and is always full of people. In the middle of the park there’s a square with a huge metronome that’s visible from the city centre. It’s where the biggest statue of Stalin in Europe once stood.k here to edit the content
Michael Shepherd's insight:
I would add walking the streets looking at architecture.
This idea of parents ratting you out to an important stranger still lives strong. A proper Czech Mikuláš event includes Mikuláš, an angel, and a devil. The angel beams sweetly and holds a basket of treats. The devil does typical devil things like rattle a chain, stick out his tongue, and say “bububu”. This frightens local kids senseless, and I’ve even heard adults describe it as their earliest traumatic memory. The devil may give coal to naughty children, and threaten to stuff them in a sack and drag them down to Hell. Foreign kids seem largely unfazed – my kids just pulled his tail and said “bububu” right back.
Seven kinds of draft beer specials will be brewed on board the boat including a heady 34-degree tap, aptly named Titanic, which intends to unseat the X-Beer 33 brewed at Prague restaurant U Medvídků as the strongest produced in the Czech Republic.
The 30-million-crown project is slated to launch on October 28 to coincide with the anniversary of the independent Czechoslovak state; a commemorative brew called Republic is also due to be christened.
Among the credits in the forthcoming movie Anthropoid is “Man at assassination”. That man is John Martin, a Liverpudlian who was invited to appear as an extra after several years of correspondence on Operation Anthropoid with the film’s director and co-writer Sean Ellis. A stand-up comedian by profession, Martin has for decades had a huge interest in the incredibly daring assassination of Naz
Michael Shepherd's insight:
Hmm, Karin and I thought we were avid followers of this bit of history. Yet nothing like this guy!
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