Lest we forget, the Czechs became a free nation on May 8, 1945, when the Germans surrendered to themAs the Czechs were abandoned by London et al in 1938, paving the way for Hitler to invade their country, the news of their victory over the Germans on May 8, 1945, was also quickly abandoned. The country is rarely, if ever, listed as being victorious and liberated that day, but it was. May 9th was the day touted as liberation day by the Soviets. The Red Army rolled into Prague on May 9th only to find that the Germans had unconditionally surrendered the day before and had signed a formal capitulation to the Czech National Council. Of course, once the SovietsContinue Reading