Category:Jan Jelinek (legionare)

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Čeština: Jan Jelínek (* 8. dubna 1893 ve Vyškově - † 5. července 1980 v Boskovicích) byl spisovatel, novinář, legionář a předseda okresní Československé obce legionářské v Boskovicích. Jeho nejvýznamnější dílo je publikace Legionáři na Boskovsku zahrnující statistické údaje o legionářích ruských, italských i francouzských z Boskovska, činnost jeho legionářské obce, kterou vedl a informace o událostech celostátního charakteru: smrt Aloise Jiráska, který zemřel 12. března 1930. Na knize usilovně pracoval podle svých slov od roku 1931, podle muzea Blansko v letech 1934 - 1938.
English: Jan Jelínek (born 8 April 1893 in Vyškov - died 5th 7th Boskovice 1974), was a writer, journalist and legionnaire, became known as the author of book about Legionnaires from Boskovice region. His work including legionaries Russian, Italian and French, which worked from 1931 to 1938. He worked as clerk at the Revenue authorities in Boskovice. In the Russian legion was from 22. 8. 1917, when they came into Czechoslovak legions in Menzelinsk. He was enlisted in the Austro-Hungarian 8. field regiment (Moravian), in August 10th 1915 was fell in captivity. He served in the 9th Czechoslovak Rifle Regiment. Legion - 3rd troop (he says the 9th company of the 3rd regimentof Karel Havlicek). The legionary service lasts from August 22, 1917 to August 2, 1920. He ended his service in the rank of private. Later he lived in Boskovice and worked as a clerk and a leading member of Czechoslovak legionnaires' syndicate (CsOL) in Boskovice. His newspaper´s articles publicized the work of amateur land art sculpture Stanislav Rolínek. Jelínek´s last public appearance was in 25. 10. 1968, during the celebration of 50 years of the Czechoslovakia.

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