Communism

Communism

the one party to rule them all

Location: 

Na Příkopě 10, 110 00 Praha, Czech Republic

Duration: 

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

personal highlights

  1. 1946: communist party wins elections (without competition)
  2. 1968: Prague Spring leads to first liberisation of communist country
  3. 1668: Soviet Invation successfully stopped the ongoing liberisation
  4. 1989: Velvet Revolution ends one-party regime in Czechoslovakia 
  5. 1993: Czechoslovakia divorces into Czech Republic and Slovakia

image sources

  1. Workshop @ Museum of Communism
  2. Advertisement @ Museum of Communism
  3. Grocery Store @ Museum of Communism
  4. Lenin with flag @ Museum of Communism
  5. Museum poster @ Museum of Communism

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