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November 1989 in Prague when 300000 demonstrators protested the communist regime. Prague Spring, Prague Czech Republic, Old Town Square, Old Photography, Berlin Wall, Central Europe, Street Photo, Old Photos, Places To Travel

Fotogalerie: Václavské náměstí, 23. listopadu 1989. Největší shromáždění ,kde bylo na 300...

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

Historic Photographs and Book by Paul Goldsmith of the Soviet invasion of Prague 1968 with comments by George Schulz and Condoleeza Rice. Prague Spring, Visit Prague, Prague Czech Republic, Heart Of Europe, Berlin Wall, Cultura Pop, Street Artists, Cold War, Historical Photos

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.

And this is also Prague. Prague in August after invasion of military forces of Warsav Pact. From January 1969 to April 1969 for political reasons 29 young people try to burns, 7 of them ended in death. Marie Curie, James Dean, Steve Jobs, Mahatma Gandhi, Budapest, Prague Spring, Dr Marcus, Brassai, Audrey Hepburn

Josef Koudelka e suas fotografias do exílio

O tcheco Josef Koudelka realizou uma das grandes fotorreportagens da história antes de saber o significado da palavra “fotojornalismo” ou sequer conhecer

Radio Prague - 1989 Velvet Revolution Pray For World, Romanian Revolution, Berlin Wall, November 17, Czech Republic, Prague, Old Photos, Taylor Swift, All In One

Czechs, Slovaks remember 1989 Velvet Revolution

The Czech Republic and Slovakia marked the 15th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution this week, when mass demonstrations forced the Communist Party to relinquish power. However many Czechs believe former Communists still exert far too much influence in public life, and there was a contemporary message to be heard during the many commemorative events.

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Daniel Quisek on Twitter

“"To not live in a lie". Velvet revolution, Prague, 1989 #FontSunday #FontsForChange @DesignMuseum”

German soldiers receiving first-aid from American ambulance workers Narvik, Luftwaffe, Paratrooper, American Ambulance, Batman, World War One, Portraits, Human Condition, Cold War

Velvet Revolution: The Prospects

Timothy Garton Ash in The New York Review of Books: In the autumn of 1989, the term “velvet revolution” was coined to describe a peaceful, theatrical, negotiated regime change in a smal…

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. The Artist's Way, Riot Police, November 17, Cold War, Eastern Europe, Old Pictures, Prague, Revolution, Velvet

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

At the start of 1989 communist regimes ruled eastern Europe. By the end of the year they had all been routed by public uprisings. Neal Ascherson reports

The first demonstrations took place in January Protesters marking 20 years since Czech student Jan Palach self-immolated in protest against the Soviet-led invasion of 1968 were brutally dispersed by police. 45 Years, 20 Years Old, Prague Spring, Warsaw Pact, Prague Czech Republic, Urban Photography, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Cha Cha

A Look Back At The Velvet Revolution, 25 Years Later

On November 17, Slovakia and the Czech Republic remember 25 years since the Velvet Revolution.

The Arab Spring is making big news these days with revolutions and revolutionaries throwing their own governments out of office left and right. If you want to get in on all the action, here are some tips so that you too might Throw a Revolution! Arab Spring, Prague Czech Republic, My College, Moody Blues, Civil Rights Movement, World View, Betrayal, Satire, Emerson

And This is Revolution

Daniel Greenfield's original articles and reporting delve into terrorism, pandemics and politics.

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. Prague Cathedral, Prague Spring, Prague Czech Republic, Soviet Union, 25th Anniversary, Eastern Europe, Wwii, In The Heights, Velvet

What is the Velvet Revolution? The Peaceful Movement That Overthrew Communist Czechoslovakia Lives On 25 Years Later

Unhappy with a pro-Russian, hard-drinking president, Czechs took to the streets to protest on the 25th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution.

Today in History: November 21 Today In History, Communism, Prague, Old Photos, Revolution, Laughter, Police, November, 21st

Today in History: November 21

Today in History: November 21