MASARYK, Jan Garrigue [1886-1948] -- Czechoslovak diplomat
Vice premier (1941-45) of Czechoslovak provisional government in London,
He died under suspicious circumstances in a fall from a window of the foreign office shortly after the 1948 Soviet takeover.
[Involuntary defenestration, methinks. -R.]
Bookmarks (off-site links)
- Works by Jan Garrigue Masaryk
- Works about
- School of Slavonic and East European Studies - Guide to Archive Collections Masaryk Collection (1929-1978, mainly 1938-1945)
- MITCHELL MSS. The Mitchell mss., 1919-1966, are the papers of Mrs. Ruth (Crawford) Mitchell, (Mrs. LeRoy Bradley Mitchell), 1890-1984, social service worker. They consist chiefly of letters to her family, 1919; and correspondence with Alice Garrigue Masaryk, 1879-1966
- Memorials and tributes
- Bibliographies and Link Farms
- EarthStation1.com - The WWII Sounds & Pictures Page - Jan Masaryk Wavs (WAV file) The Czech Ambassador in London speaks upon the situation looming in Poland with regard to Germany's demands upon her.
- Father: ¤MASARYK, Tomáš Jan, President [1850-1937] Czechoslovak statesman and philosopher