Slovak anti-Nazi resistance movement during World War II, launched on 29 August in Banská Bystrica in the last year of war, has been already made a part of Central European history. There were 2000 Czechs fighting alongside Slovaks in the anti-Nazi resistance movement. Besides these two nationalities, Polish, Romanians, Rusyns, Ucranians, French, Bulgarians, Yugoslavians and others also took part. General officer Július Nosko was a member of illegal Military Headquarters for the Uprising and a head of a czechoslovak army staff in Slovakia. In the collection of the National Museum dedicated to the Newer Czech history, you can see what his military uniform looked like. If you want to know more about life of this military officer of Czechoslovak and Slovak army, you can also go for a book called „Thus fought the rebel army“, in which Nosko described his attitudes towards the resistance movement.