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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (February 2009) Josef Skružný (March 15, 1871 in Prague - May 12, 1948) was a Czech writer and journalist. Skružný was taught stone-cutter but became a journalist for Humoristické listy, a political satire magazine, where he contributed with short stories and cartoon. During the 1910s was friend with other satirists, namely Josef Lada and Jaroslav Hašek. In the First Republic of Czechoslovakia Skružný was a popular author of dramatic and satiric novels, many of which were filmed. He named his villa in Zbraslav (Prague) "Venoušek a Stázička", after one of his most successful works. Elmar Klos, nephew of Skružný, cooperated on several movie scripts. Josef Skružný was a fierce anticommunist and supported and cooperated with Germans during the Nazi occupation of Czechoslovakia. One of his sons, Roman Skružný (1932-2004), became a known neo-nazi activist. External links Filmography (in Czech) Persondata Name Skruzny, Josef Alternative names Short description Date of birth March 15, 1871 Place of birth Date of death May 12, 1948 Place of death This article about a Czech writer or poet is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.v · d · e