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German Firing Squads Execute Nine Czech Students For ‘Uprising’
Thousands of Nazi Storm Troops Crush Resistance in Prague;
German Police Make 2000 Arrests
PRAGUE, Nov 17 (UP) – German Storm troopers and squads of gestapo (secret police) Friday executed nine Czech students before firing squads and arrested hundreds of others for “instigating uprisings” against nazi rule in the Bohemia-Moravia protectorate.
Thousands of heavily-armed and motorized storm troopers poured into the city and informed quarters said that the punitive measures against Czech “acts of resistance”, admitted to have been brewing for some time, probably would be extended.
The storm troopers and gestapo, aided by German police, took more than 2000 persons into custody after two days of disorders, but 800 of them were subsequently released.
The 1200 under arrest were understood to be mostly Czech students and intellectuals, alleged by the Germans to have incited to rioting and resistance by followers of Dr. Eduard Benes, last president of independent Czechoslovakia and now an exile in England.
About 10,000 S.C. storm troopers were in Prague Friday night to preserve order, including the Deutschland, Germania and Der Fuehrer units.
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