Vladimír "Vlado" Clementis (20 September 1902 Tisovec - 3 December 1952 Prague) was a Slovak minister, politician, lawyer, publicist, literary critic, author and a prominent member of the Czechoslovak Communist Party. He married , the daughter of a branch director of the Czech Mortgage Bank in Bratislava, in March 1933. He became a Communist MP in 1935. Before the beginning of World War II, in 1938, he emigrated to Paris. His criticism of the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact in 1939, contradicted the policies of the Czechoslovak Communist Party exiled to Moscow and triggered an intra-party investigation overseen by Viliam Široký (who came to Paris from Moscow).

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  • Vladimír „Vlado“ Clementis (20. září 1902 Tisovec, okres Rimavská Sobota, Slovensko – 3. prosince 1952 Praha) byl slovenský komunistický politik, publicista a diplomat. V poúnorové vládě Klementa Gottwalda nahradil Jana Masaryka na pozici ministra zahraničí. Byl však obviněn ze slovenského buržoazního nacionalismu, v lednu 1951 zatčen, v listopadu 1952 odsouzen v procesu s protistátním spikleneckým centrem Rudolfa Slánského k trestu smrti a 3. prosince popraven. (cs)
  • Vladimír Clementis (* 20. September 1902 in Tisovec, Österreich-Ungarn, heute Slowakei; † 3. Dezember 1952 in Prag, Tschechoslowakei), auch Vlado Clementis genannt, war ein slowakischer Politiker, Jurist, Schriftsteller und Übersetzer. (de)
  • Vladimír "Vlado" Clementis (20 de septiembre de 1902, Tisovec - 3 de diciembre de 1952, Praga) fue un abogado, periodista político y político comunista eslovaco, así como un miembro prominente del Partido Comunista de Checoslovaquia. En 1950, sin embargo, se le acusó de traición debido a una supuesta falta de estalinismo y por ello fue condenado a muerte en la horca y su nombre fue borrado de los registros y de la memoria colectiva.​ (es)
  • Vladimír "Vlado" Clementis (20 September 1902 Tisovec - 3 December 1952 Prague) was a Slovak minister, politician, lawyer, publicist, literary critic, author and a prominent member of the Czechoslovak Communist Party. He married , the daughter of a branch director of the Czech Mortgage Bank in Bratislava, in March 1933. He became a Communist MP in 1935. Before the beginning of World War II, in 1938, he emigrated to Paris. His criticism of the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact in 1939, contradicted the policies of the Czechoslovak Communist Party exiled to Moscow and triggered an intra-party investigation overseen by Viliam Široký (who came to Paris from Moscow). At the outbreak of World War II in September 1939, he was put into prison as a known Communist, and later evacuated to a British internment camp. After his release, he decided to spend the war in London, where he broadcast speeches on the radio calling for all Slovaks to fight against the Nazis. Returning in 1945, he became Vice-Minister of Foreign Affairs under the first post-war government. As a representative of Czechoslovakia, he signed the UN Charter in San Francisco on 26 June 1945. After a coup d'état, which he helped organise, he succeeded Jan Masaryk as Foreign Minister. In 1948, in his new role, he played a decisive role in organising Czechoslovakia's part in Operation Balak by providing assistance to the newly founded Israeli Air Force. In 1950, he was forced to resign amid accusations of being a "deviationist". He was then arrested and charged for an illegal attempt to cross the state boundaries, later changed to the more serious crime of being a "bourgeois nationalist" and participating in a Trotskyite-Titoite-Zionist conspiracy. After being convicted in the Slánský show trial, he was hanged, along with Rudolf Slánský, on 3 December 1952. His ashes were scattered on a road close to Prague. His wife, Lída, received only her husband's two pipes and tobacco and was discharged from a prison. In the famous photograph from 21 February 1948 (the story is described in The Book of Laughter and Forgetting by Milan Kundera), Vladimír Clementis stands next to Klement Gottwald, who later, after the coup d'état, became the President of Czechoslovakia. When Vladimír Clementis was executed in 1952, he was erased from the photograph (along with the photographer Karel Hájek). (en)
  • Vladimír "Vlado" Clementis (20 septembre 1902, Tisovec - 3 décembre 1952, Prague) est un avocat, journaliste et homme politique communiste slovaque, membre éminent du Parti communiste tchécoslovaque. En 1952, il fait partie des dirigeants communistes accusés lors du procès de Prague à l'issue duquel il est exécuté. (fr)
  • Vladimír Clementis (Tisovec, 20 settembre 1902 – Praga, 3 dicembre 1952) è stato un politico slovacco. Comunista, fu ministro degli Esteri cecoslovacco dal 1948 al 1951. Nel 1952 venne ingiustamente impiccato per tradimento, venendo poi riabilitato nel 1963. (it)
  • ヴラジミール・クレメンティス(Vladimír "Vlado" Clementis、1902年9月20日-1952年12月3日)は、スロバキアの政治家、外務大臣(1948-1950)。 (ja)
  • Vladimír Clementis (ur. 20 września 1902 w Tisovcu, zm. 3 grudnia 1952 w Pradze) – czechosłowacki polityk komunistyczny, minister spraw zagranicznych (1948–1950). (pl)
  • Vladimír ”Vlado” Clementis, född den 20 september 1902 i Tisovec, död den 3 december 1952 i Prag, var en slovakisk minister, politiker, advokat, publicist, litteraturkritiker, författare och en framstående medlem av Tjeckoslovakiens kommunistiska parti. (sv)
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  • Vladimír „Vlado“ Clementis (20. září 1902 Tisovec, okres Rimavská Sobota, Slovensko – 3. prosince 1952 Praha) byl slovenský komunistický politik, publicista a diplomat. V poúnorové vládě Klementa Gottwalda nahradil Jana Masaryka na pozici ministra zahraničí. Byl však obviněn ze slovenského buržoazního nacionalismu, v lednu 1951 zatčen, v listopadu 1952 odsouzen v procesu s protistátním spikleneckým centrem Rudolfa Slánského k trestu smrti a 3. prosince popraven. (cs)
  • Vladimír Clementis (* 20. September 1902 in Tisovec, Österreich-Ungarn, heute Slowakei; † 3. Dezember 1952 in Prag, Tschechoslowakei), auch Vlado Clementis genannt, war ein slowakischer Politiker, Jurist, Schriftsteller und Übersetzer. (de)
  • Vladimír "Vlado" Clementis (20 de septiembre de 1902, Tisovec - 3 de diciembre de 1952, Praga) fue un abogado, periodista político y político comunista eslovaco, así como un miembro prominente del Partido Comunista de Checoslovaquia. En 1950, sin embargo, se le acusó de traición debido a una supuesta falta de estalinismo y por ello fue condenado a muerte en la horca y su nombre fue borrado de los registros y de la memoria colectiva.​ (es)
  • Vladimír "Vlado" Clementis (20 septembre 1902, Tisovec - 3 décembre 1952, Prague) est un avocat, journaliste et homme politique communiste slovaque, membre éminent du Parti communiste tchécoslovaque. En 1952, il fait partie des dirigeants communistes accusés lors du procès de Prague à l'issue duquel il est exécuté. (fr)
  • Vladimír Clementis (Tisovec, 20 settembre 1902 – Praga, 3 dicembre 1952) è stato un politico slovacco. Comunista, fu ministro degli Esteri cecoslovacco dal 1948 al 1951. Nel 1952 venne ingiustamente impiccato per tradimento, venendo poi riabilitato nel 1963. (it)
  • ヴラジミール・クレメンティス(Vladimír "Vlado" Clementis、1902年9月20日-1952年12月3日)は、スロバキアの政治家、外務大臣(1948-1950)。 (ja)
  • Vladimír Clementis (ur. 20 września 1902 w Tisovcu, zm. 3 grudnia 1952 w Pradze) – czechosłowacki polityk komunistyczny, minister spraw zagranicznych (1948–1950). (pl)
  • Vladimír ”Vlado” Clementis, född den 20 september 1902 i Tisovec, död den 3 december 1952 i Prag, var en slovakisk minister, politiker, advokat, publicist, litteraturkritiker, författare och en framstående medlem av Tjeckoslovakiens kommunistiska parti. (sv)
  • Vladimír "Vlado" Clementis (20 September 1902 Tisovec - 3 December 1952 Prague) was a Slovak minister, politician, lawyer, publicist, literary critic, author and a prominent member of the Czechoslovak Communist Party. He married , the daughter of a branch director of the Czech Mortgage Bank in Bratislava, in March 1933. He became a Communist MP in 1935. Before the beginning of World War II, in 1938, he emigrated to Paris. His criticism of the Molotov-Ribbentrop pact in 1939, contradicted the policies of the Czechoslovak Communist Party exiled to Moscow and triggered an intra-party investigation overseen by Viliam Široký (who came to Paris from Moscow). (en)
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