|KRIŠTOFÍK, J. – ŠUMICHRAST, A.: When Krajné Lived in Fear. On the Question of Activities of the Pavol Myjavský “Partisan Group”. Vojenská história, 3, 19, 2015, pp 131-145, Bratislava. The study captures the activities of Pavol Myjavský’s robbery band during autumn 1944 in Podjavorinský region. The band pretended to be a partisan group with a fictional name “Božena” focusing on robbing the Jewish inhabitants of “kopanice”, who were hiding from racial persecution. Myjavský briefly served in a partisan group “Hurban” led by Miloš Uher, the commander in chief. However, he got into trouble and deserted. He subsequently formed an organized the robbery band in Krajné village. The text describes a number of armed robberies carried out by its members. Not even a murder of a Jewish doctor, who wanted to inform the partisans of their thefts, stopped them. The study focuses on the death of one of the most agile members of the band – Karel Glýr and the fate of Myjavský after the end of the robbery activities, as well. The text is concluded by the trial with Pavol Myjavský which was carried out in two stages. The second one took place after the political changes in 1948, which Myjavský tried to use for his advantage. The study is a contribution to the rich mosaic of Podjavorinský partisan resistance. Military History. Slovakia. World War 2. Activities of the Pavol Myjavský“ Partisan Group” in the Village of Krajné.