Kojève first life was transformed abruptly in 1939 when he finished his reading of the Phenomenology and the Germans almost simultaneously invaded Czechoslovakia. The irony was lost on no one, least of all Kojève, who would often joke about the coincidence years later.
Can you provide me the exact explanation of the phrase "The irony was lost on no one, least of all Kojève". I know that when something "is not lost on you", it means you are able to understand it. But I do not understand the part "least of all Kojève". Does it mean that at least Kojève was the one that found irony in the coincidence?