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Jiří Všetečka 1968 - Hledat Googlem

Jiří Všetečka 1968 - Hledat Googlem

"Prague Spring 1968". Foto: Josef Koudelka

"Prague Spring 1968". Foto: Josef Koudelka

Paul Goldsmith Photography | Prague 1968 | The Photographs

Paul Goldsmith Photography | Prague 1968 | The Photographs

1989 - The Velvet Revolution

1989 - The Velvet Revolution

Velvet Revolution

Velvet Revolution

Velvet Revolution, Prague 1989 photos by MIAH -

Velvet Revolution, Prague 1989 photos by MIAH -

Velvet Revolution

Velvet Revolution

Today in History: NOVEMBER 21 © Rex Features 1989: Czechoslovakia's Velvet revolution About 200,000 people gather on Wenceslas Square in Prague, Czechoslovakia. Theirs was the Velvet Revolution, a peaceful revolt born of police brutality that ended four decades of communism with songs, laughter and not a few tears.

Today in History: NOVEMBER 21 © Rex Features 1989: Czechoslovakia's Velvet revolution About 200,000 people gather on Wenceslas Square in Prague, Czechoslovakia. Theirs was the Velvet Revolution, a peaceful revolt born of police brutality that ended four decades of communism with songs, laughter and not a few tears.

Prague on Nov. 25, 1989, at the height of the protests that brought down the Communist regime.

Prague on Nov. 25, 1989, at the height of the protests that brought down the Communist regime.

The revolution extended male voting rights, also created the world's most democratic society. Slavery continued.

The revolution extended male voting rights, also created the world's most democratic society. Slavery continued.

"To not live in a lie". Velvet revolution, Prague, 1989 #FontsForChange via @danielquisek

Daniel Quisek on

"To not live in a lie". Velvet revolution, Prague, 1989 #FontsForChange via @danielquisek

Guide to Velvet Revolution in Prague by CzechPragueOut #celebratingfreedom

Guide to Velvet Revolution in Prague by CzechPragueOut #celebratingfreedom

November 17, 1989: The Velvet Revolution begins in Czechoslovakia, after a student demonstration in Prague is halted by riot police. An uprising aimed at overthrowing the communist government begins.

Neal Ascherson on the fall of the eastern European regimes in 1989

November 17, 1989: The Velvet Revolution begins in Czechoslovakia, after a student demonstration in Prague is halted by riot police. An uprising aimed at overthrowing the communist government begins.

Velvet Revolution 1989.

Velvet Revolution: The Prospects

Velvet Revolution 1989.

VELVET REVOLUTION 1989

VELVET REVOLUTION 1989

"The Velvet Revolution" - Prague, 1989

"The Velvet Revolution" - Prague, 1989