PHOTOGRAPHY: Prague Spring

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Czech Republic, Czechoslovakia, Russian Invasion

Kytka Hilmar-Jezek
Prague_1968_6_Tres_Bohemes

The Day the Tanks Came | Tres Bohèmes

On August 21, 1968 dozens of tanks rolled through the streets and aimed at the crowds of students and protesters. Shooting was heard, screams and cries. People were in shock. They could not believe that the invaders were Russians – the same Russians who had liberated them in 1945 at the close of World War II....READ MORE

Prague_1968_9_Tres_Bohemes

The Day the Tanks Came | Tres Bohèmes

On August 21, 1968 dozens of tanks rolled through the streets and aimed at the crowds of students and protesters. Shooting was heard, screams and cries. People were in shock. They could not believe that the invaders were Russians – the same Russians who had liberated them in 1945 at the close of World War II....READ MORE

Prague_1968_1_Tres_Bohemes

The Day the Tanks Came | Tres Bohèmes

On August 21, 1968 dozens of tanks rolled through the streets and aimed at the crowds of students and protesters. Shooting was heard, screams and cries. People were in shock. They could not believe that the invaders were Russians – the same Russians who had liberated them in 1945 at the close of World War II....READ MORE

Prague_1968_21_Tres_Bohemes

The Day the Tanks Came | Tres Bohèmes

On August 21, 1968 dozens of tanks rolled through the streets and aimed at the crowds of students and protesters. Shooting was heard, screams and cries. People were in shock. They could not believe that the invaders were Russians – the same Russians who had liberated them in 1945 at the close of World War II....READ MORE

Prague_1968_18_Tres_Bohemes

The Day the Tanks Came | Tres Bohèmes

On August 21, 1968 dozens of tanks rolled through the streets and aimed at the crowds of students and protesters. Shooting was heard, screams and cries. People were in shock. They could not believe that the invaders were Russians – the same Russians who had liberated them in 1945 at the close of World War II....READ MORE

Prague_1968_22_Tres_Bohemes

The Day the Tanks Came | Tres Bohèmes

On August 21, 1968 dozens of tanks rolled through the streets and aimed at the crowds of students and protesters. Shooting was heard, screams and cries. People were in shock. They could not believe that the invaders were Russians – the same Russians who had liberated them in 1945 at the close of World War II....READ MORE

Prague_1968_11_Tres_Bohemes

The Day the Tanks Came | Tres Bohèmes

On August 21, 1968 dozens of tanks rolled through the streets and aimed at the crowds of students and protesters. Shooting was heard, screams and cries. People were in shock. They could not believe that the invaders were Russians – the same Russians who had liberated them in 1945 at the close of World War II....READ MORE

Prague_1968_15_Tres_Bohemes

The Day the Tanks Came | Tres Bohèmes

On August 21, 1968 dozens of tanks rolled through the streets and aimed at the crowds of students and protesters. Shooting was heard, screams and cries. People were in shock. They could not believe that the invaders were Russians – the same Russians who had liberated them in 1945 at the close of World War II....READ MORE

Prague_1968_20_Tres_Bohemes

The Day the Tanks Came | Tres Bohèmes

On August 21, 1968 dozens of tanks rolled through the streets and aimed at the crowds of students and protesters. Shooting was heard, screams and cries. People were in shock. They could not believe that the invaders were Russians – the same Russians who had liberated them in 1945 at the close of World War II....READ MORE

Prague_1968_5_Tres_Bohemes

The Day the Tanks Came | Tres Bohèmes

On August 21, 1968 dozens of tanks rolled through the streets and aimed at the crowds of students and protesters. Shooting was heard, screams and cries. People were in shock. They could not believe that the invaders were Russians – the same Russians who had liberated them in 1945 at the close of World War II....READ MORE

Prague_1968_12_Tres_Bohemes

The Day the Tanks Came | Tres Bohèmes

On August 21, 1968 dozens of tanks rolled through the streets and aimed at the crowds of students and protesters. Shooting was heard, screams and cries. People were in shock. They could not believe that the invaders were Russians – the same Russians who had liberated them in 1945 at the close of World War II....READ MORE

Prague_1968_14_Tres_Bohemes

The Day the Tanks Came | Tres Bohèmes

On August 21, 1968 dozens of tanks rolled through the streets and aimed at the crowds of students and protesters. Shooting was heard, screams and cries. People were in shock. They could not believe that the invaders were Russians – the same Russians who had liberated them in 1945 at the close of World War II....READ MORE

The Day the Tanks Came | Tres Bohèmes

The Day the Tanks Came | Tres Bohèmes

On August 21, 1968 dozens of tanks rolled through the streets and aimed at the crowds of students and protesters. Shooting was heard, screams and cries. People were in shock. They could not believe that the invaders were Russians – the same Russians who had liberated them in 1945 at the close of World War II....READ MORE

Prague_1968_8_Tres_Bohemes

The Day the Tanks Came | Tres Bohèmes

On August 21, 1968 dozens of tanks rolled through the streets and aimed at the crowds of students and protesters. Shooting was heard, screams and cries. People were in shock. They could not believe that the invaders were Russians – the same Russians who had liberated them in 1945 at the close of World War II....READ MORE

Prague_1968_2_Tres_Bohemes

The Day the Tanks Came | Tres Bohèmes

On August 21, 1968 dozens of tanks rolled through the streets and aimed at the crowds of students and protesters. Shooting was heard, screams and cries. People were in shock. They could not believe that the invaders were Russians – the same Russians who had liberated them in 1945 at the close of World War II....READ MORE

Prague_1968_3_Tres_Bohemes

The Day the Tanks Came | Tres Bohèmes

On August 21, 1968 dozens of tanks rolled through the streets and aimed at the crowds of students and protesters. Shooting was heard, screams and cries. People were in shock. They could not believe that the invaders were Russians – the same Russians who had liberated them in 1945 at the close of World War II....READ MORE