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Josef Sousedík Sousedík was an anti-Nazi resistance leader during World War II, collaborating with the Clay Eva group and the 1st Czechoslovak Partisan Brigade of Jan Žižka. He was arrested in 1944 and shot dead after a fight during an interrogation. Sousedík was decorated with the Czechoslovak War Cross () in memoriam by Czechoslovak president Edvard Beneš.
Josef Sousedík He was twice elected mayor of Vsetín from 1927–1938.
Josef Sousedík Josef Sousedík (18 December 1894 – 15 December 1944) was Czech inventor, industrialist and resistance fighter.
Josef Sousedík The Communist dictatorship suppressed recognition of Sousedík's acts due to his collaboration with Western states and factory ownership.
Josef Sousedík Josef Sousedík grew up in a poor family in Vsetín in Czechoslovakia. After finishing elementary school he trained as an electrician. He fought in the Austria-Hungary army during World War I and participated in the Battle of Slovakia in 1918. He opened his own workshop in 1919, using his patents and inventions. The workshop expanded into a factory employing over 200 people by 1934. The factory went bankrupt in 1934 during the Great Depression and was bought by Ringhoffer-Tatra, which employed Sousedík as a CEO.
Josef Sousedík Sousedík owned over 50 patents, mostly in the electrical field, such as an electrical rudder. His factory produced electrical parts for the ČSD Class M 290.0 and for the Tatra T86.
Vsetín The furniture industry declined during the world economic crisis in the 1930s, followed by the limitation of production in other industrial companies. That situation resulted in a high level of unemployment in the area. This changed in 1937 with the construction of a new factory called Zbrojovka. However, at that time Vsetín was known for its production of electric engines in the Josef Sousedík factory. During World War II, mainly due to military production, the number of inhabitants doubled, reaching 14,000. New inhabitants were mainly represented by a group of employees from Zbrojovka who came from Brno. During the war, several resistance groups were successively established, out of which J.Sousedík was one of the most significant. Its members initiated collaboration with the Clay group connected with the exiled government in London and later with the 1st Czechoslovak Partisan Brigade of Jan Žižka which crossed the Moravian border at times of the Slovakian National Uprising. Vsetín was liberated on May 4, 1945 by forces of the 1st Czechoslovak Army led by General Karel Klapálek.