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INVAZE 68 (Czech Edition), by Josef Koudelka 2008 Photography Prague Spring


 

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The Greengrocer and His TV: The Culture of Communism after the 1968 Prague Spring


by: Paulina Bren

Winner, 2012 Council for European Studies Book Award
Winner, 2012 Center for Austrian Studies Book Prize
Shortlist, 2011 Wayne S. Vucinich Book Prize (ASEEES)

The 1968 Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia brought an end to the Prague Spring and its promise of "socialism with a human face." Before the invasion, Czech reformers had made unexpected use of television to advance political and social change. In its aftermath, Communist Party leaders employed the medium to achieve "normalization," pitching television stars against political dissidents in a televised spectacle that defined the times.
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The Prague Spring and its Aftermath: Czechoslovak Politics, 1968-1970


by: Kieran Williams
The Prague Spring of 1968 was among the most important episodes in postwar European politics--one of the few pre-Gorbachev attempts to reform one-party communist rule. In this book Kieran Williams analyzes the attempt at reform under Alexander Dubcek and its suppression by the Soviet Union, using archive materials and other sources that have become available in the wake of the 1989 revolution. The book will provide new information for specialists as well as introductory analysis and narrative for students of East European politics and history and Soviet foreign policy.
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The Prague Spring 1968: A National Security Archive Documents Reader


by: Jitka Vondorova
This is an account of a Cold War crisis as seen from both sides of the Iron Curtain. It is based on the previously closed archives of each member-state of the Warsaw Pact and also offers top-level documents from Kremlin Politburo meetings, multi-lateral sessions of the Warsaw Pact leading up to the decision to invade, and also transcripts of KGB-recorded telephone conversations between Leonid Brezhnev and Alexander Dubcek. Once classified American documents from the National Security Council, CIA, and other agencies are also included.
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The Kremlin and the Prague Spring


by: Karen Dawisha

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GCSE History: Prague Spring


Mr King talks you through the Prague Spring to help you revise for your GCSE History exam. Why not use this video to help you make a mindmap of everything ...
 

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17. Czechoslovakia, the Prague Spring, causes


Here is an explanation of the causes of the Prague Spring and the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia in 1968.
 

5th January 1968: Prague Spring begins in Czechoslovakia


On the 5th January 1968, the Prague Spring began when Alexander Dubček became the new First Secretary of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia.