High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Dr. Rudolf Plajner
(April 5, 1901 in Prost jov, Moravia - June 23, 1987) was declared
the Chief Scout of the newly unified Czech Scouts and Guides
association called Junak, after its inception on January 22, 1939.
Junak was abolished by force and Scouting prohibited by German
State Secretary Karl Hermann Frank during the Nazi occupation of
Czechoslovakia on October 28, 1940. After World War II, the
association was reborn. His function was confirmed at the third
Junak council or meeting (cs: sn m) in 1968, and served in this
function until the end of his life. Plajner was an RNDr., the Czech
doctorate in natural sciences, specializing in math and physics at
Charles University in Prague. Between 1929 and 1959 he lived and
taught at the cs: realne gymnazium (high school) in Hole o
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