Emanuel Viktor Voska

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Emanuel Viktor Voska, born 1875 in Kutná Hora, Bohemia, died April 1, 1960 in Ruzyně prison in Prague, Czechoslovakia, U.S. intelligence agency officer (World War I and World War II) who died in Czechoslovak prison.

Before World War I he was extensively working with Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk (1850–1937), first President of the Czechoslovakia. His intelligence activities are credited with the exposure of the Hindu–German Conspiracy. Voska was also instrumental in preventing the efforts of German agent Franz von Rintelen to restore Victoriano Huerta to the Mexican presidency during World War I.[1]


  1. ^ Tuchman, Barbara W. The Zimmermann Telegram (New York: NEL Mentor, 1967), pages 70-79


  • Spy and Counter-Spy by E.V. Voska and W. Irwin, pp98, 108, 120, 122–123, 126–127;
  • The Making of a State by T.G. Masaryk, pp50, 221, 242;
  • Indian Revolutionaries Abroad by A.C. Bose, pp232–233