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Alois Raszyn welcomed the New Year 1923 in the Krkonoše. On the train back, he sighed that perhaps for the first time he was not looking forward to Prague. A few days later, on Friday, January 5, he fell asleep. The driver patiently waited for him in front of the house on Jit Street. But he was also followed avidly by a young man who followed Rashin to the Ministry of Fince at Clam-Gallas Palace in mid-December 1922 and tried to get straight into the minister’s apartment before Christmas. However, the youngest son of Rashin Miroslav did not let the uninvited guest go. Nineteen-year-old insurance company official and communist archist Josef Shupal returned home unharmed and bragged to his cronies that he was going to shoot the bastard anyway – capitalism must die! He only hesitated whether to first kill the Minister of Fince and only then the director of the Zhivnostensky Bank, Yaroslav Preiss.

On the morning of January 5, 1923, Josef Šupal stood nervously on the sidewalk in Žyt, clutching a Browning pistol in his coat pocket, which he bought at that time for 380 crowns. He tried to be invisible. So where the hell is he?

The fince minister filly left the house and lit a cigar.

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The thirty-year-old columnist and court reporter was walking cautiously down the alley when two shots rang out. People’s newspaper Karel Polachek. He was heading to the cafe at the court on Charles Square, where he always discussed with his colleagues what was new in the morning over the lot of maria put up for auction. He immediately realized that he was being shot, during the First World War he went through the Italian and Russian fronts. Although Polachek did not like to rush, he immediately picked up the pace to be already in the cafe. He believed that a few tens of meters from him there was a crime of passion, that some disgraced lover settled scores with his beloved or treacherous mistress, and then pointed a gun at himself. He decided that he definitely didn’t have to be there in person. He will write about it when he finishes playing his cards… Who would have thought that someone would kill a minister in broad daylight in Prague? True, four years ago, on January 8, 1919, eighteen-year-old Alois Stastny shot the Prime Minister from a Belgian Bulldog revolver point-blank. He was worried that Karel Kramař, who vainly hoped that Russia would follow a democratic path, actively supported Russian emigrants in Czechoslovakia and did not recognize the Bolshevik regime. “The proletariat has the right to dictatorship, the order built by capital will collapse,” Shtyastny defended his act.

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