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Was Laz near Pribram at any time situated in the Sudetenland? Are there any public records relating to Laz in the 1920s still surviving? I think my father, Josef Teinor, was born there.

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    What has your research shown? Seems like this should be easy to verify on google maps. Sudetenland – Mark C. Wallace Oct 29 '18 at 10:45
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If you define Sudetenland as the parts of today's Czechia that were annexed by Germany in 1938, then no, Láz was not part of Sudetenland.

According to Czech Wikipedia, Láz was part of:

  • 1939 země česká, Oberlandrat Tábor, politický i soudní okres Příbram[7]
  • 1942 země česká, Oberlandrat Praha, politický i soudní okres Příbram[8]

Translation:

  • 1939 Bohemia, Oberlandrat Tábor, political and judicial district Příbram
  • 1942 Bohemia, Oberlandrat Praha, political and judicial district Příbram

In other words, Láz was part of the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, so it wasn't part of Sudetenland.

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