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Against a background of various forms of oppression, the UK benefited from the arrival of Czech and Slovak architects escaping the brutalities of the Nazi regime in the late 1930s and more recently the oppression of the post-World War Two Communist state.
Émigré architects such as Eugene Rosenberg, Ernst Wiesner, Jacques Groag and Erwin Katona chose to remain here and went on to make an important contribution to the rebuilding of Britain.
Likewise in the period following the Prague Spring of 1968 we benefitted from those architects who chose to make their lives here. Eva Jiříčná, Jan Kaplicky and Ivan Margolius amongst others have been very influential in the architectural movements of our times.
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