Jan Kubiš and Jozef Gabčík, the Czechoslovak parachutists who assassinated the Nazi Reichsprotektor Heydrich in 1942.
Czech ceremony commemorates heroic deaths of the Czechoslovak paratroopers who assassinated Nazi official20.6.2019 11:59 full story
Traditional commemorative ceremony for the Romani victims of the Holocaust 13 May at Lety will launch new award19.4.2018 9:56 On Sunday, 13 May 2018, the traditional commemorative ceremony to honor the memory of the Romani victims of the Holocaust will take place at the Lety u Písku Memorial. The ceremony is annually organized by the Committee for the Redress of the Roma Holocaust (VPORH). full story
13.5.2017 19:13 The surviving relatives of the victims of the concentration camp for Romani people at Lety u Písku, members of the public, Czech Human Rights Minister Jan Chvojka (Czech Social Democratic Party - ČSSD) and Czech Culture Minister Daniel Herman (Christian Democrats - KDU-ČSL) commemorated the Romani victims of Nazism at the Lety Memorial today. An industrial pig farm occupies the places where the concentration camp for Romani people was located during the Second World War. full story
29.8.2015 0:18 On Sunday, 23 August 2015, people gathered in Hodonín by Kunštát to commemorate 72 years since Romani inmates were transported from the concentration camp there to the death camp at Auschwitz. On that day 72 years ago the Nazis sent the largest transport of Romani prisoners from the so-called "Gypsy camp" to Auschwitz. full story
26.4.2015 20:07 On Wednesday, 13 May, a commemorative ceremony honoring the Romani victims of Nazism will take place at the site of the Lety Memorial. The ceremony is traditionally organized by the Committee for the Redress of the Roma Holocaust in the Czech Republic (Výbor pro odškodnění romského holocaustu v České republice - VPORH v ČR), which brings together Romani former prisoners of the Nazi concentration camps and relatives of the victims of those camps. full story
Copenhagen, Denmark, 25.6.2014 0:05, (ROMEA) Schack August Steenberg Krogh, whose mother was Romani, became a Danish Professor at the University in Copenhagen and won the Nobel Prize for physiology. He contributed to the development of many fundamental discoveries in the several areas of physiology and is famous for developing the Krogh Principle. full story