Hello, Does anyone know the history of Czech forces in the UK? My late father-in-law was an officer in the pre-war Czech Army. After Czechoslovakia was "given" to the Nazis in 1938, he escaped, and via Africa and France, landed in Liverpool. Along with the other Czechs, they were stationed at Cholmondeley Castle in Cheshire. Because there were more officers than other ranks, a lottery was drawn, with losers reverting to the ranks - he was one of the losers! The Czechs were sent to Leaminton Spa, and after the Luftwaffe blitz of Coventry, were taken there to assist. During this time, my father-in-law was badly wounded when an incendiary device exploded. This led to him being invalided out. My question is, what did the Czech Army do after this - what did he miss? Any info much appreciated.