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A model attribution edit summary Content in this edit is translated from the existing Czech Wikipedia article at [[:cs:]]; see its history for attribution. For more guidance, see Wikipedia:Translation. Jaroslav Durych Jaroslav Durych 2 December — 7 April was a Czech prose writer, poet, playwright, journalist, and military surgeon.
Later, he was able to attend medical school in Prague, thanks to a military scholarship, and graduated in This proved to be an unsuccessful enterprise, however, and he returned to the Army; rising to the rank of Colonel. From to , he served as the head of the military hospital near Olomouc.
Throughout the Nazi occupation and the communist regime, he remained isolated and was able to publish only a few newspaper articles, written under pseudonyms. A full four volume edition was published in Rome in Durych felt that the loss suffered there by Frederick V of the Palatinate saved Bohemia from becoming a part of Germany.
He was also the target of heavy criticism for supporting the Falangist side during the Spanish Civil War. Durych died in Prague.
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