Alois Pravoslav Trojan

Alois Pravoslav Trojan (2 April 1815, Knovíz – 9 February 1893, Prague) was a Czech lawyer and politician in the Austro-Hungarian Empire.wikipedia
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He was active in Revolutions of 1848 in the Austrian Empire, politician of Old Czech Party, later since 1880 leader of the Young Czech Party.
This defiance, led by Alois Pravoslav Trojan and Edvard Grégr, heralded the decision to form an independent Young Czech party in December of the same year.

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Alois Pravoslav Trojan (2 April 1815, Knovíz – 9 February 1893, Prague) was a Czech lawyer and politician in the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

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Alois Pravoslav Trojan (2 April 1815, Knovíz – 9 February 1893, Prague) was a Czech lawyer and politician in the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

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Alois Pravoslav Trojan (2 April 1815, Knovíz – 9 February 1893, Prague) was a Czech lawyer and politician in the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

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He was active in Revolutions of 1848 in the Austrian Empire, politician of Old Czech Party, later since 1880 leader of the Young Czech Party.

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Alois Pravoslav Trojan (2 April 1815, Knovíz – 9 February 1893, Prague) was a Czech lawyer and politician in the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

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