A Terrible Panic': Czech Photographer 'Haunted' By 1968 Invasion

When Soviet tanks rolled into Czechoslovakia 50 years ago, crushing the period of liberalization known as the Prague Spring, a young photographer named Libor Hajsky captured scenes of violence and fear -- as well as moments of empathy and dark humor.

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+8 1. Abdullah54 commented 365 days ago

This post does not even remotely show the terror the Russians brought to Czechoslovakia. And they didn't get the fuck out for the next 23 years...
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-1 2. snotraddict commented 364 days ago

Only 15 people killed the first day. Amazing how "easy" it is and how pliable people are.
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+1 3. Abdullah54 commented 363 days ago

#2: Apart from the generally non-violent attitude of those days and expectations of impovement they probably did the math: https://goo.gl/YidKfu