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Radola Gajda (born Rudolf Geidl, February 14, 1892-April 15, 1948) was a Czech fascist leader. In 1925, the highly-decorated Major-General took part in the founding of the Národní Obec Fašistická (National Fascist Community ), modeled on Italian Fascism.
- The Czech Fascist Movement: 1922-1942 by David Kelly (Columbia University Press, 1995, ISBN 0880333278)
- Biographical Dictionary of the Extreme Right Since 1890 edited by Philip Rees (1991, ISBN 0130893013)
- "Radola Gajda of Czechoslovakia" by Joseph F. Zacek in East Central European War Leaders: Civilian and Military edited by Bela K. Kiraly (Columbia University Press, 1988, ISBN 0880331402)
- "The Would-Be Führer: General Radola Gajda of Czechoslovakia" by David Kelly in Issue 12.3 of The Journal of Slavic Military Studies
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