Volksaufstand in Prag 1968

17 Piny250 fanoušků
21 August 1968.

21 August 1968.

Panzer der Udssr in den Straßen von Prag. Prager Frühling, 1968.

Panzer der Udssr in den Straßen von Prag. Prager Frühling, 1968.

The End Of Prague Spring On 1968. After repeat warnings, the Red Army and the troops of four other member countries of the Warsaw Pact (Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria and GDR) invaded Czechoslovakia beginning August 20 and 21, 1968. The Soviet Army progressively put an end to the popular demonstrations of the Prague Spring. (Photo by Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images)

The End Of Prague Spring On 1968. After repeat warnings, the Red Army and the troops of four other member countries of the Warsaw Pact (Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria and GDR) invaded Czechoslovakia beginning August 20 and 21, 1968. The Soviet Army progressively put an end to the popular demonstrations of the Prague Spring. (Photo by Keystone-France/Gamma-Keystone via Getty Images)

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 21, 1968. By Bohumil Dobrovolsky.

Paul Goldsmith Photography | Prague 1968 | The Photographs

Paul Goldsmith Photography | Prague 1968 | The Photographs

Paul Goldsmith Photography | Prague 1968 | The Photographs

Paul Goldsmith Photography | Prague 1968 | The Photographs

Prague; August 21, 1968

Prague; August 21, 1968

Prague Spring. August 1968

Prague Spring. August 1968

Josef Koudelka, Invasion Prague, 1968

Josef Koudelka, Invasion Prague, 1968

Prague Invasion, 1968 - Josef Koudelka / Dozens of people were killed in a massive military clampdown in Czechoslovakia by five Warsaw Pact countries. Koudelka's black and white pictures of the demonstrations and confrontations were widely published at the time.

Prague Invasion, 1968 - Josef Koudelka / Dozens of people were killed in a massive military clampdown in Czechoslovakia by five Warsaw Pact countries. Koudelka's black and white pictures of the demonstrations and confrontations were widely published at the time.

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