A soviet tank in St Wenceslas Square, Prague, in front of crowds of...
A soviet tank in St Wenceslas Square, Prague, in front of crowds of protesters and the shadowy silhouette of Prague's National Museum.
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The body of a young Czech fireman lies in a Prague morgue. He had...
The body of a young Czech fireman lies in a Prague morgue. He had been shot dead by the Soviets for climbing onto one of their advancing tanks during the Soviet invasion.
CZECHOSLOVAKIA. Prague. August 1968. Warsaw Pact troops invade Prague. The body of a young Czech, killed for having tried to drape his flag over a Russian tank. byJosef Koudelka
Resources | The Prague Spring - beginning of the end for Stalinism
40 years ago this week, the Soviet Union invaded Czechoslovakia to put down the Prague Spring and arrest its leaders. Corinna Lotz examines the background to the events that foreshadowed the end of the Stalinist monolith in Eastern Europe