this is not something that has anything to do with tanks, more like with WW2 history.
71 years ago, on 18.6.1942, Czechoslovak paratroopers, trained in Great Britain, lost their lives in the Orthodox Cyril and Methodius Church in Resslova street after a firefight with Waffen SS in Prague, after assassinating the notorious cruel nazi monster, Reinhard Heydrich (operation Anthropoid). This act firmly formally estabilished Czechoslovakia as one of the allied countries, fighting against nazi oppression.
If you are interested, you can read more about the operation here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Assassination_of_Reinhard_Heydrich
It might not be the most important day in WW2 history, but I do believe these people, who fought for their country, should never be forgotten.
PS: Yea, I screwed the dates first. That’s what you get for trusting your friends and not doublechecking stuff :) Either way, still good to remember those people I think.