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)

Josef Koudelka - 1968 - Invasion of Prague by Warsaw Pact troops

Invasion of Warsaw Pact troops, Czechoslovakia, Prague, 1968 Photo by Josef Koudelka

Soviet T-10M Prague 1968

Heavy tanks contingent of Soviet troops during operation “Danube”, Plzen, Czechoslovakia, August

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 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.

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

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

September 1968: Soviet T62 main battle tanks line up in the streets of Prague…

September Soviet main battle tanks line up in the streets of Prague after crushing an uprising, Czechoslovakia. (Photo by Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

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