Three Kings (Czech anti-Nazi resistance)
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Three Kings (Tři králové) was the nickname of a famous Czech anti-nazi resistance group from 1939-1942. Its members were Josef Mašín (executed in 1942), Václav Morávek (killed in action in 1942), and Josef Balabán (executed in 1941).
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