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On March 19, 1939, he was appointed State Secretary of the Reich Protector for the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia; from March 20, 1943, Reich’s State Minister and Police General in the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. He was personally responsible for the reprisals of the Nazis against the Czech population (raid on university students on November 17, 1939, execution under the second martial law, extermination of Lidice). In May 1945 he fled from Prague to western Bohemia but was captured by the US Army and deported back to Czechoslovakia.

I reckon the number is somewhere between 40 and 60 percent …Those who are suitable for germanization will, whenever feasible be, sent to work in the Reich in a manner precluding their return. Those who are not suitable, we could use around the Arctic Ocean, where we will take over the Russian concentration camps… Those camps would make an ideal home for the 11 million European Jews. Czechs who are not suitable for germanization could serve there in the name of positive service for Germany as guards, foremen, and so on…” Racial research was carried out also with the aid of tables that were to determine race, based on the color of the skin, hair, and eyes.

Karel Paleček, who was in charge of the selection of the paratroopers. This switch was agreed upon, but the planned schedule of the operation could not be kept because WO Kubiš’ false Protectorate documents were not complete. Besides that, he had not yet completed the upgraded parachuting and shooting courses. Operation ANTHROPOID was postponed. Britain A paratrooper jumping from a fixed balloon. Two valuable documents from the original plans for Operation ANTHROPOID dated October 6, 1941. The first one specifies five possible landing sites near Pilsen.

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