High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Viktor Dyk (Czech
pronunciation: v ktor d k]) (December 31, 1877, P ovka u M lnika -
May 14, 1931, near the island of Lopud, Yugoslavia) was a
well-known Czech poet, prose writer, playwright, politician and
political writer. Viktor Dyk studied at a gymnasium in Prague (one
of his teachers was Alois Jirasek) and then at the Faculty of Law
of Charles University in Prague. In 1911, he became involved in
politics and joined the Statopravn pokrokova strana. During the
First World War, he was imprisoned in Vienna for his resistance
activities against Austria-Hungary. In 1918, he co-founded the
Czechoslovak National Democratic Party (in Czech: eskoslovenska
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