Interview with Gen. Mjr. Ing. Oldřich Kvapil, CSc.
conducted by Karel Sieber, 5 June 20035 Jun 2003
This is a transcript of an interview with Czechoslovak General Oldřich Kvapil (b. 1918), who served with the Red Army's Czechoslovak division during World War Two. General Kvapil describes his relationship to high-level functionaries in the former Czechoslovak government and military. He states that the wartime use of nuclear weapons was considered in the mid-1950s, and that such weapons were deployed in Czechoslovakia. General Kvapil underlines the important role of disinformation during the Cold War.
Collection: Czechoslovak Generals
Language of Original Document: Czech
Number of Pages: 18
Persons: Kvapil, Svoboda, Bedřich, Čepička, Lomský, Procházka, Reicin, Sochar, Mach, Vyhnánek, Tesařík, Rusov, Janko, Valo, Raichl, Brabec, Blatenský, Odstrčil, Vaš, Satorie, Veselý, Kolovratník, Dočkal, Prchala, Blashtovitshkova, Klen, Racek, Tišler