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You can search here for information we have about our fellow Scouts who served in World War Two.

The stone mound at Ivančena was founded in 1946 as a memorial to a group of Scouts who were executed on 23 April 1945 in Cieszyn, Poland, for their part in anti-Nazi resistance. It is continuously being expanded and visitors contribute rocks from all parts of the world.  The stones on the mound here do not only come from the Czech Republic, but literally from all continents and there is even rumoured to be a rock from the moon, which was brought here by Neil Armstrong.