History of Dvůr Králové nad Labem. This is a part of Kohoutův dvůr (Cock's yard), where is the Municipal museum of Dvůr Králové). First mentions of the town.
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This is a part of Kohoutův dvůr (Cock's yard), where is the Municipal museum of Dvůr Králové)
The flag and symbol of the town
Citizens had go to fight in the first world war, of course. And didn't come back 180 soldiers; 130 people dead and 50 is missing. After that people builded lot of memorial to men, whose dead for their country.
So Czech branched off Austro – Hungarian, what people wanted long time.Town in the first world war
After the Munich agreement (1938) Dvůr Králové became as part of Sudetenland.
German troops secured part of surrounds and when war started, Germany occupied czech land completely, so it began bad days for Czech people - Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia. After the May uprising Germans must leave the town and surrounds.The second world war