Prague sentiments in 1968. Part 2

The Prague Spring was a period of political liberalization in Czechoslovakia. It began on January 5th in 1968, when reformist Alexander Dubcek became first secretary of the Czechoslovak Communist Party, and it lasted until August 21st, when the Soviet Union with other members of the Warsaw Pact invaded the country to stop the reforms.

Prague sentiments in 1968

Prague sentiments in 1968

Prague sentiments in 1968

Prague sentiments in 1968

Prague sentiments in 1968

Prague sentiments in 1968

Prague sentiments in 1968

Prague sentiments in 1968

Prague sentiments in 1968

Prague sentiments in 1968

Prague sentiments in 1968

Prague sentiments in 1968

Prague sentiments in 1968

Prague sentiments in 1968

Prague sentiments in 1968

Prague sentiments in 1968

Prague sentiments in 1968