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Published on Aug 20, 2008
40 years ago tanks rolled into Czechoslovakia to stop the country's liberal reforms. Its leaders were trying to create what they called 'socialism with a human face'. Military intervention by the USSR and other countries of the Warsaw pact put a stop to the changes. Today in Prague there are no tanks and virtually no reminder of the dramatic events that took place here in 1968.