LIST OF THOSE REMAINING IN THE CZECHOSLOVAK FORCES
1ST AUGUST 1940
Part 2 - LUKAS to End
Information for this list came from the orders of the "Náhradní těleso čs. vojska" (Depot of the Czechoslovak Forces) in Great Britain, specifically the "Kmenový rozkaz č.2, 1.srpna 1940, čl.2" (Basic order No.2, 1st August 1940, Item 2). A total of 100 names, previously not included, were added in the "Kmenový rozkaz č.3, 12.srpna 1940, čl.3 + čl.4" (Basic order No.3, 12th August 1940, Items 3 + 4). These are also included in the list below, giving a total of 3,324 names on the list.
The abbreviations used for ranks in the Czechoslovak Army which occur in the list, along with their full name and the approximate British equivalent, are shown below:
voj. - vojín (private)
ppor. - podporučík (2nd lieutenant)
Each man is designated as belonging to a specific arm or branch of the armed forces. The main abbreviations used are shown below.
pěch. - (infantry)
As in the original list, there are no hard rules to standardise variations in spelling. There are also no rules for the use of special accented characters.
This list has been constructed from a database report sorted on the basis of the Czech alphabet, first by Last Name, then by First Name. Although presented correctly, any German accented characters seem to be regarded as exactly the same as un-accented versions for sorting purposes.
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Please be aware that this facility searches for the PRECISE text that you enter. It will therefore not find entries with unexpected spellings of that surname or a discrepancy between accented and un-accented characters. Where necessary and practical I suggest searching using the parts of the surname which avoid these areas, allowing identification without risking these possible confusions.
If performing multiple searches using this facility, please note that the search will take place in the direction specified (up or down) from the position already reached in the text by previous searches, or from the position of text that may have been selected (highlighted) by you manually. To ensure a complete search of the page select (highlight) some text at the top of the page before the start of the list and search downwards.
Although I have tried to make sure that the information in this list is correct and complete, I accept no responsibility for any errors or omissions that may have occurred, and no liability for any costs that anyone may choose to incur based on this information.
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LUKAS Karel (pplk.gšt.)
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