1968 Prague Spring

The Prague Spring was a short-lived period of political liberalization in Czechoslovakia during the era of its domination by the Soviet Union. It ended when the Soviet Union and members of the Warsaw Pact invaded the country to halt reforms.
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PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia—Warsaw Pact tanks invade Prague, Aug. 21, 1968. © Josef Koudelka / Magnum Photos

Warsaw Pact tanks invade Prague, Aug 1968 by Josef Koudelka (Йозеф Кауделка)

Czechoslovakia. Prague Spring // photo by Ladislav Bielik. Soviet invasion of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic (Czechoslovakia), 20/21 August 1968 (passive resistance by the Slovak people). - A man bares his chest in front of a tank belonging to the invading Warsaw Pact troops. - Photo, Bratislava, 21 August 1968.

The forceful end of the "Prague Spring" - August, 21 1968 Bratislava (by Ladislav Bielik)

Prague Invasion by Warsaw Pact troops. The Czechoslovakian national flag. Prague, August 1968. Photo: Josef Koudelka

Josef Koudelka:"Invasion of Warsaw Pact Troops, Czechoslovakian National Flag" Prague, Czechoslovakia 1968

Primavera de Praga // Prague Spring (by Josef Koudelka, 1968)

Primavera de Praga // Prague Spring (by Josef Koudelka, 1968)

Prague. August, 1968.

the Soviet Union invaded Czechoslovakia with over Warsaw Pact troops and tanks, crushing the Prague Spring (which was a brief eight-month period of political liberalization in Czechoslovakia).

An Iconic Photograph Of The 1968 Prague Spring

An Iconic Photograph Of The 1968 Prague Spring

Soviet Tanks In Prague - August 20, 1968

Soviet Soldier In Pague During Warsaw Pact Intervention In Czechoslowakia

Prague Spring. August 1968

Czech youths holding Czechoslovakian flags stand atop of an overturned truck as other Prague residents surround Soviet tanks in downtown Prague on August.


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