Talk:Liberation of Prague, The

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The officer of the government troops is NOT NAZI! The government army is the army of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia formally subordinate to the President Hacha. In World War II participated only in non-combat missions only, such as the watching of the railways in northern Italy at the end of the war. They were professional and apolitical soldiers. --Pandolfini 14:58, 24 March 2012 (CDT)

Sorry. Didn't know. I think the correct term would be a Czech Army Officer.--Mandolin 18:29, 24 March 2012 (CDT)

It could not use because we have borne the name of the Protectorat Böhmen und Mähren (Protectorat of Bohemia and Moravia). Was Czechoslovak troops abroad (in England, Africa and Russia). Slovak Army was in Slovak state, but not Czechia , so just maximal "Czecho-Moravian Army", but it is not used. Therefore, it is known as "government troops" (czech: "Vládní vojsko"). It is analogous to the situation in the Vichy government in France. There was a government under President Pétain with "army francaise". And Lodýně the army of the Free French under command de Gaulle. --Pandolfini 08:17, 25 March 2012 (CDT)

So, it would be Vichy French Officer/Soldier and Free French Officer/ Soldier. For the Czechs, try Slovak Army Officer/ Soldier for the German-aligned forces and Free Czech Army Officer/Soldier for Allied aligned forces. Does that make sense, or am I over-thinking this?--Mandolin 08:56, 25 March 2012 (CDT)

If anyone can speak Spanish, here is the detail - http://www.cascoscoleccion.com/checoslo/che32.htm

Ranks of Government troops - http://forum.valka.cz/viewtopic.php/t/45888

AA guns

Those German Flak guns DO NOT look like 8,8cm Flak 18/36/37... the barrels do not look right, the muzzles look differently, the wheels do not look right, the recoil cylinders look differently... -Hchris

Of course they look different as these are not 8,8cm Flak but Soviet 85-mm 52-K (aka M1939). Greg-Z (talk) 15:28, 28 September 2014 (EDT)



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