Street full of Russian tanks, Prague, 1968
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Czechoslovakia. A child watches as Warsaw Pact tanks invade his country, August 1968, uncredited
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August 1968: A soviet tank in St Wenceslas Square, Prague, in front of crowds of protesters and the shadowy silhouette of Prague's National Museum. (Photo by Stefan Tyszko/Getty Images)
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Soviet T-10M Prague 1968
Prague; August 21, 1968
'Lenin wake up, Brezhnev has gone mad.' This was one of the slogans chanted on the street of Prague in 1968 as Russian and Warsaw Pact troops invaded Czechoslovakia.
20 de agosto de 1968 – La “Primavera de Praga”
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September 1968: Soviet T62 main battle tanks line up in the streets of Prague after crushing an uprising, Czechoslovakia. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)
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Prague Spring, 1968 - Political liberalization leads to Soviet invasion to halt reforms.