Our grandfathers fought together

World War II is called the World War for a reason. It touched hundreds of nations, did not pass over anyone. On the Victory Day, we pay tribute to all those who fought and died in the name of a bright future for their descendants. Both Czech and Soviet soldiers courageously fought against the fascist invaders both at the front and in the rear. In May 1945, during the Prague offensive operation, the last strategic operation of the Red Army in the Great Patriotic War, the Third Center Reich Army Group was finally defeated, and the South Army Group was partially defeated. Czechoslovakia was finally able to breathe free breasts. During this operation, nearly twelve thousand Soviet soldiers and more than half a thousand soldiers of the Czechoslovak army corps died. We offer you to watch a video of Czech colleagues dedicated to the immortal feat of our grandfathers: