Soviet tanks parked in the streets of Prague Czechoslovakia - Praha (Prague), 1968

The Soviet invasion - Soviet tanks parked in the streets of Prague - August, 1968 (by Ralph Crane)

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)

August A Soviet tanks 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)

Prague residents throw burning torches at a Soviet tank during the Prague Spring, 1968

Residents of Prague, Czechoslovakia, throw burning torches in an attempt to stop a Soviet tank on August A Soviet-led invasion by Warsaw Pact troops crushed the so-called Prague Spring reform and re-established totalitarian rule.

Citizens of Prague block a tank trying to end the “Prague Spring,” August 21, 1968. By Bohumil Dobrovolsky.

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Citizens of Prague block a tank trying to end the “Prague Spring,” August By Bohumil Dobrovolsky.

Prague Spring, 1968 - Political liberalization leads to Soviet invasion to halt reforms.

Prague Spring, 1968 - Political liberalization leads to Soviet invasion to halt reforms.

bmashina: “ Suppression of the anti-Soviet uprising in Czechoslovakia (Prague spring 1968) Medium tank t-54A (tactical number “212”) of the Soviet Army crushes the “Prague spring” ”

bmashina: “ Suppression of the anti-Soviet uprising in Czechoslovakia (Prague spring Medium tank (tactical number of the Soviet Army crushes the “Prague spring” ”

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