1989: the Velvet Revolution in Prague, the capital of what was then Czechoslovakia.

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The crowds part only for attending ambulances as the Velvet Revolution is underway in Václavské náměstí (Wenceslas Square), Prague, Czechoslovakia, photographer unknown.

Václavské náměstí, 23. listopadu 1989. Největší shromáždění ,kde bylo na 300 tisíc demonstrantů. ("Velvet revolution", November 1989)

November 1989 in Prague when 300000 demonstrators protested the communist regime.

Paul Goldsmith Photography | Prague 1968 | The Photographs

Historic Photographs and Book by Paul Goldsmith of the Soviet invasion of Prague 1968 with comments by George Schulz and Condoleeza Rice.

Velvet RevOlution

Prague, November 1989 Photographer of the month: Pavel Štecha

Velvet Revolution 1989.

Velvet Revolution: The Prospects

Ralph BRUNNER :: Prague during the velvet revolution, December 1989

The day will come when our silence will be more powerful than the voice you're strangling today

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 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.

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

November people flow from the Prague cathedral (where ended a mass in honour of canonization of Agnes of Bohemia) and from the metro station Hradčanská to Letná Plain.

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

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listopad ve jménu diskusí, kultury a protestu proti Zemanovi

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