František Kubka

František Kubka František Kubka (March 4,1894 in Prague – January 7, 1969) was a Czechoslovak writer, journalist, diplomat and politician. He was a regular at the "Friday Men" meetings at Karel Čapek's house from 1921–1938. His folk tale of the romance of Peter Vok with a miller's daughter became the basis of the most popular post-war Czech opera, ''Zuzana Vojířová''. He was appointed ambassador to Bulgaria (1946–49). Provided by Wikipedia
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