Prague Spring. August 1968

Tank ramming into Hotel Radnice in Liberec, during Warsaw pact invasion of Czechoslovakia, 21 August 1968

August 20, 1968: Soviet led Warsaw Pact forces invade Czechoslovakia to put an end to the uprising known as Prague Spring.

August Soviet led Warsaw Pact forces invade Czechoslovakia to put an end to the uprising known as Prague Spring, uncredited photo.

August 21 1968. Prague on the day the tanks rolled in. Soviet rule announced itself in the most unambiguous way ever.

The forceful end of the "Prague Spring" - August, 21 1968 Bratislava (by Ladislav Bielik)

Josef Koudelka

On this day in 1968 Warsaw Pact armies launched an invasion of Czechoslovakia in order to suppress democratic socialist programme of the Prague Spring

'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.

'Lenin wake up, Brezhnev has gone mad.' This was one of the slogans chanted on the street of Prague 30 years ago as Russian and Warsaw Pact troops invaded Czechoslovakia.

Josef Koudelka - Invasion de Praga

Josef Koudelka-Invasion de Praga

21 August 1968 | Russian Soldiers in Prague

Prague-Chech republic taken by soviets tanks in brezhnev doctrine, what is in soviet block, remains in soviet block

During the Prague Spring in 1968, a Soviet soldier chases a young Czech man who was throwing rocks at a tank.

A Soviet soldier chases a young Czech man during the Prague Spring who was throwing rocks at a tank.

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