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Čeština: Antonín Springer (* 1909 - 1942) byl za protektorátu členem jinonické odbojové skupiny. Pomáhal radiotelegrafistům z jinonického akcízu při přemisťování ilegální radiostanice Sparta a poskytl několikrát svůj domek v Hlubočepích jako místo pro navázání nelegálního radiového spojení s exilovou vládou v Londýně. Na snímku se svojí manželkou Annou Springerovou a dětmi. Snímek pořízen před jeho zatčením 4. října 1941. Foto z archivu Jaroslava Čvančary.
English: Antonín Springer (* 1909 - 1942) was during the protectorate a member of Jinonická anti-german resistance group. He was helper of radio operators from the building "jinonický akcíz". He helped them in moving illegal radio Sparta from place to place. He gave them for several times (in his family house in Hlubočepy) a place when was possible to establish a radio connection with the illegal government in exile in London. Pictured with his wife Anna Springer and their children. A picture was taken a log time before his arrest on October 4, 1941. Photo from archive of Mr. Jaroslav Čvančara.
Author CZ: Autorem této fotografie je neznámá osoba.
EN: Author of this photo is unknown person.



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