Prague Spring

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

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

Soviet Tanks In Prague - August 20, 1968

Soviet Tanks In Prague - August 20, 1968

Prague August 1968 By Josef Koudelka

Prague August 1968 By Josef Koudelka

August 1968: In an attempt to make it as difficult as possible for the invading Soviets to find their way around Prague, the city's road signs are smashed. (Photo by Stefan Tyszko/Getty Images)

August 1968: In an attempt to make it as difficult as possible for the invading Soviets to find their way around Prague, the city's road signs are smashed. (Photo by Stefan Tyszko/Getty Images)

Historic Photos of Prague 1968 by Paul Goldsmith...riveting.

Historic Photos of Prague 1968 by Paul Goldsmith...riveting.

CZECHOSLOVAKIA. Prague. August 1968. Warsaw Pact troops invade Prague. The body of a young Czech, killed for having tried to drape his flag over a Russian tank. byJosef Koudelka

CZECHOSLOVAKIA. Prague. August 1968. Warsaw Pact troops invade Prague. The body of a young Czech, killed for having tried to drape his flag over a Russian tank. byJosef Koudelka

Josef Koudelka (b. 1938): Prague Invasion, 1968

Josef Koudelka (b. 1938): Prague Invasion, 1968

The Unbearable Lightness of Being is a 1988 American film adaptation of the novel of the same name by Milan Kundera, published in 1984.[1][2] Director Philip Kaufman and screenplay writer Jean-Claude Carrière show Czechoslovak artistic and intellectual life during the Prague Spring of the Communist period, before the Soviet and Warsaw Pact invasion in August 1968, and detail the moral–political effects and personal consequences upon a bohemian ménage à trois: a medical doctor and his two…

The Unbearable Lightness of Being is a 1988 American film adaptation of the novel of the same name by Milan Kundera, published in 1984.[1][2] Director Philip Kaufman and screenplay writer Jean-Claude Carrière show Czechoslovak artistic and intellectual life during the Prague Spring of the Communist period, before the Soviet and Warsaw Pact invasion in August 1968, and detail the moral–political effects and personal consequences upon a bohemian ménage à trois: a medical doctor and his two…

Gulliver's Travels to Prague.  Bohumil Stepan's illustrations for Gulliverovy Cesty (Gulliver's Travels),  Prague 1968

Gulliver's Travels to Prague. Bohumil Stepan's illustrations for Gulliverovy Cesty (Gulliver's Travels), Prague 1968

Gulliver's Travels to Prague.  Bohumil Stepan's illustrations for Gulliverovy Cesty (Gulliver's Travels),  Prague 1968

Gulliver's Travels to Prague. Bohumil Stepan's illustrations for Gulliverovy Cesty (Gulliver's Travels), Prague 1968

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