Alexander Dubcek, politico cecoslovacco, principale fautore di un "socialismo dal volto umano" che culminò nei fatti della Primavera di Praga.

The events of August 1968 were a tragic outcome of the Prague Spring, as the short-lived political relaxation in communist Czechoslovakia in the late is referred to.

Alexander Dubcek and Vaclav Havel

Prague, Lantern, Theatre

On Jan. 5, 1968, Alexander Dubcek became first secretary of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia. He initiated the “Prague Spring,” a period of liberalization in the socialist state that prompted violent Soviet suppression.

Alexander Dubcek became first secretary of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia. He initiated the "Prague Spring," a period of liberalization in the socialist state that prompted violent Soviet suppression.

Alexander Dubcek, 1921-1992 on a slovak stamp, date of issue May 20, 1993.

Alexander Dubcek, on a slovak stamp, date of issue May

Alexander Dubcek, helped raise living conditions in Czechoslovakia, led to Prague Spring

Alexander Dubcek, helped raise living conditions in Czechoslovakia, led to Prague Spring

alexander-dubcek vs. brežněv.

alexander-dubcek vs. brežněv.

On 5 January 1968, reformist Alexander Dubček was elected First Secretary of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia and continued until 21 August when the Soviet Union and other members of the Warsaw Pact invaded the country to halt his reforms. The period became known as the Prague Spring. Czechoslovakia remained controlled until 1989 when the Velvet Revolution ended pro-Soviet rule peacefully, undoubtedly drawing upon the successes of the non-violent resistance twenty years earlier.

On 5 January 1968, reformist Alexander Dubček was elected First Secretary of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia and continued until 21 August when the Soviet Union and other members of the Warsaw Pact invaded the country to halt his reforms. The period became known as the Prague Spring. Czechoslovakia remained controlled until 1989 when the Velvet Revolution ended pro-Soviet rule peacefully, undoubtedly drawing upon the successes of the non-violent resistance twenty years earlier.

Fotografie von Alexander Dubcek, während einer Rede, vor 1968.

Fotografie von Alexander Dubcek, während einer Rede, vor 1968.

Alexander Dubcek, Ivan Konev, Martin Dzur

Alexander Dubcek, Ivan Konev, Martin Dzur

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