Czech National Social Party, political party 1898-1939 and 1945-1948, its newspaper was the České slovo. But around 1940 I do not know, because under German occupation, the Czechoslovak National Socialist Party functioned in exile and most of its members were active in the resistance movement. Newspaper was normally continuously printed even after the establishment of the Protectorate on 15 March 1939 and until the end of the war - but because political party disappeared and instead of them as a unified political organization was "National community" and for all sheets in the header was written "Newspaper of National community." Among the journalists after the occupation 1939 began to form a group of collaborators: Chief Editor of Ceske Slovo was 1939-1941 K. Laznovsky, then 1941-1945 K. Werner.
Karel Laznovsky (March 8, 1906 Motycin, now part of Kladno - 10 October 1941) was a journalist, editor and political columnist. In the period of the Protectorate belonged to a group of activist journalists steadfastly supporting the occupying power. He became a victim of the "sandwich affair" (a resistance act of Czech Prime Minister Alois Eliáš), probably died from poisoning with botulinum toxin.