Bedřich Golombek (born February 5, 1901 in Hrušov, today part of Ostrava – March 31, 1961 in Brno) was a Czech journalist and writer.
Golombek was born into the family of a coal miner. He studied at a secondary school in Ostrava, and immediately afterwards (in 1919) began work for the newspaper ''Lidové noviny'', in the office in Brno. Golombek started as a reporter, since 1930 he was editor-in-chief of the Sunday edition, since 1933 editor-in-chief of the afternoon edition. After World War II he became the editor-in-chief at the main office of ''Lidové noviny'' in Prague but after Victorious February of 1948 (communist coup d'état) he was forced to leave. Later, he worked as a clerk in a factory in Brno.
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