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Prague Spring: Literarni listy - The newspaper staff

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Prague Spring: Literarni listy - The newspaper staff The Prague Spring (Czech: Pražské jaro, Slovak: Pražská jar) was a period of political liberalization in Czechoslovakia during the era of its domination by the Soviet Union after World War II. It began on 5 January 1968, when reformist Slovak Alexander Dubček came to power, and continued until 21 August when the Soviet Union and members of its Warsaw Pact allies invaded the country to halt the reforms. The Prague Spring reforms were an attempt by Dubček to grant additional rights to the citizens in an act of partial decentralization of the economy and democratization. The freedoms granted included a loosening of restrictions on the media, speech and travel. After national discussion of separating the country into a federation of three republics, Bohemia, Moravia and Slovakia, Dubček oversaw the decision for two, the Czech Republic and Slovakia.[1] This was the only change that survived the end of the Prague Spring. The reforms, especially the decentralisation of administrative authority, were not received well by the Soviets who, after failed negotiations, sent thousands of Warsaw Pact troops and tanks to occupy the country. A large wave of emigration swept the nation. While there were many non-violent protests in the country, including the protest-suicide of a student, there was no military resistance. Czechoslovakia remained occupied until 1990. After the invasion, Czechoslovakia entered a period of normalization: subsequent leaders attempted to restore the political and economic values that had prevailed before Dubček gained control of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia (KSČ). Gustáv Husák, who replaced Dubček and also became president, reversed almost all of Dubček's reforms. The Prague Spring inspired music and literature such as the work of Václav Havel, Karel Husa, Karel Kryl, and Milan Kundera's novel The Unbearable Lightness of Being.

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Alexander Dubcek, Ludvik Svoboda, Gustav Husák, Leonid Brezhnev, Pražské jaro, Warschaupact bondgenoten vielen binnen het land, Sovjet-Unie, Tsjechoslowakije, socialisme, communisme, dictatuur, Praagse lente, Tsjechië, Slowakije, protest-zelfmoord van een student, militaire, tanks, communistische partij van Tsjecho-Slowakije, KSČ, Oostblok, Literární iPhonie, Ludvík Vaculík, Milan Kundera, Jan Procházka, Antonín Jaroslav Liehm, Pavel Kohout, Ivan Klíma, Ota Šik, Oostblok, koude oorlog , USSR, Hongarije, Polen, Bulgarije, Oost-Duitsland, Josef Smrkovský, Oldřich Černík, František Kriegel, Bratislava, marxisme-leninisme, proletarisch internationalisme, Warschaupact-invasie van Tsjecho-Slowakije, Brezjnev-Doctrine., Jiri z Podebrad, 1968, twee duizend woorden Antanin Lim, Dusan Hamsik, Ludvik Vesely, Ivan Klima, ,


Slovak :

Alexandra Dubčeka, Ludvik Svoboda, Gustav Husák, Leonid Brežnev, Pražské jaro, spojenci Varšavskej zmluvy vtrhli krajine, Sovietsky zväz, Československo, socializmus, komunizmus, diktatúra, pražskej jari, Česká republika, Slovensko, protest-samovraždu študent, vojenské, nádrží, komunistická strana Československa, KSČ, Východný blok, tak listy, Ludvík Vaculíkom, Milan Kundera, Jan Procházka, Antonín Jaroslav Liehm, Pavel Kohout, Ivan Klíma, Ota Šik, komunistického bloku, studená vojna , ZSSR, Maďarsko, Poľsko, Bulharsko, východné Nemecko, Josef Smrkovský, Oldřich Černík, František Kriegel, Bratislava, marxizmus-marxismu, proletárskej internacionalizmu, Varšavskej zmluvy do Československa, Brežnev doktrína., Václavské námestie, 1968, dve tisíc slov, Antanin Lim, Dusan Hamšík, Ludvik Vesely, Ivan Klima, ,


Thai :

เบรจเนฟ ซัคกุสตาฟ Alexander Dubcek, Ludvik Svoboda จา โร Pražské พันธมิตรสนธิสัญญาวอร์ซอรุกรานประเทศ สหภาพโซเวียต โกส คอมมิวนิสต์ สังคมนิยม เผด็จ สปริงปราก สาธารณรัฐเช็ก สโลวาเกีย ประท้วงฆ่าตัวตายในนักเรียน ทหาร รถถัง โกส KSČ ค่ายตะวันออก Literární listy, Ludvík Vaculík, Milan Kundera, Jan Procházka, Antonín นัก Liehm พาเวล Kohout, Ivan Klíma พรรคคอมมิวนิสต์สงครามเย็น Šik ค่ายคอมมิวนิสต์ Ota สหภาพโซเวียต ฮังการี โปแลนด์ บัลแกเรีย เยอรมนีตะวันออก เซฟ Smrkovský, Oldřich Černík, Kriegel เก็บ บราติสลาวา ลัทธิลัทธิมากซ์เลนิน proletarian แวด สนธิสัญญาวอร์ซอรุกรานเชโกสโลวาเกีย สอน Brezhnev. Wenceslas สแควร์ 1968 สองพันคำ Antanin Lim, Dusan Hamsik, Ludvik Vesely, Ivan Klima,


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