Alice Glasnerová (17 December 1905 – 19 December 1986) was a Czech communist, who was part of the International Brigades in the Spanish Civil War, working as a hospital administrator in Guadalajara and Benicàssim. She spent World War II in the USA working for the Slovak section of the International Workers Order. On her return to Czechoslovakia in 1946, she worked in the government. When, on Stalin’s orders, Czechoslovakia began a search for an imperialist spy ring in the Slánský trial, she was implicated and accused of espionage as a result of her connection with Noel Field. She was imprisoned for two periods: between July 1949 and March 1950, and again between June 1951 and June 1955. The judgement of the Czech Supreme Court of 15 June 1954, condemning her to eight years in prison, was a

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  • Alice Glasnerová (17 December 1905 – 19 December 1986) was a Czech communist, who was part of the International Brigades in the Spanish Civil War, working as a hospital administrator in Guadalajara and Benicàssim. She spent World War II in the USA working for the Slovak section of the International Workers Order. On her return to Czechoslovakia in 1946, she worked in the government. When, on Stalin’s orders, Czechoslovakia began a search for an imperialist spy ring in the Slánský trial, she was implicated and accused of espionage as a result of her connection with Noel Field. She was imprisoned for two periods: between July 1949 and March 1950, and again between June 1951 and June 1955. The judgement of the Czech Supreme Court of 15 June 1954, condemning her to eight years in prison, was annulled on 30 June 1955. (en)
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  • Alice Glasnerová (17 December 1905 – 19 December 1986) was a Czech communist, who was part of the International Brigades in the Spanish Civil War, working as a hospital administrator in Guadalajara and Benicàssim. She spent World War II in the USA working for the Slovak section of the International Workers Order. On her return to Czechoslovakia in 1946, she worked in the government. When, on Stalin’s orders, Czechoslovakia began a search for an imperialist spy ring in the Slánský trial, she was implicated and accused of espionage as a result of her connection with Noel Field. She was imprisoned for two periods: between July 1949 and March 1950, and again between June 1951 and June 1955. The judgement of the Czech Supreme Court of 15 June 1954, condemning her to eight years in prison, was a (en)
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  • Alice Glasnerová (en)
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