This mining village sadly went down in history on 10 June 1942, a few days after the attack in Prague on the Reich Protector Reinhardt Heydrich. The population of Lidice is accused of having hidden the perpetrators of the attack, parachuted in from England. They're actually taking refuge in a church in Prague. But the Gestapo, in retaliation, still shot nearly 200 men and deported as many women and children to concentration camps. The village is completely razed to the ground. A new village was built a few hundred metres further on and a memorial now stands on the site of the martyred village.

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