Category: Commies

Cool: “Twenty-four Hours in Czechoslovakia”, a 1968 Canadian documentary about the “daily life of some of the people of an extraordinary nation” and featuring Slovak-Canadian ice hockey legend Stan Mikita, is now on YouTube (NFB on YouTube) [Social Media Post] 0

Cool: “Twenty-four Hours in Czechoslovakia”, a 1968 Canadian documentary about the “daily life of some of the people of an extraordinary nation” and featuring Slovak-Canadian ice hockey legend Stan Mikita, is now on YouTube (NFB on YouTube) [Social Media Post]

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City of Prague ordered to immediately close underground part of former Stalin monument in Letna park, Prague 7-Holesovice, due to risk of collapse, and given five days to reinforce above-ground area around metronome (Novinky.cz) [Social Media Post] 0

City of Prague ordered to immediately close underground part of former Stalin monument in Letna park, Prague 7-Holesovice, due to risk of collapse, and given five days to reinforce above-ground area around metronome (Novinky.cz) [Social Media Post]

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More than a hundred Prague 3 residents petition district council to rename Konevova ulice; Zizkov street is named after Soviet military commander Ivan Stepanovich Konev, whose forces drove the Nazis from Prague but also suppressed 1956’s Hungarian Uprising (Denik.cz) [Social Media Post] 0

More than a hundred Prague 3 residents petition district council to rename Konevova ulice; Zizkov street is named after Soviet military commander Ivan Stepanovich Konev, whose forces drove the Nazis from Prague but also suppressed 1956’s Hungarian Uprising (Denik.cz) [Social Media Post]

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Cool: Jaroslav Svelch’s “Gaming the Iron Curtain” book and companion website tell the story of video games in 1980s Czechoslovakia (Gaming the Iron Curtain) [Social Media Post] 0

Cool: Jaroslav Svelch’s “Gaming the Iron Curtain” book and companion website tell the story of video games in 1980s Czechoslovakia (Gaming the Iron Curtain) [Social Media Post]

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Jan Palach brought gun to Prague on day of 1968 invasion and considered shooting Russian soldiers, claims historian Petr Blazek (Aktualne) [Social Media Post] 0

Jan Palach brought gun to Prague on day of 1968 invasion and considered shooting Russian soldiers, claims historian Petr Blazek (Aktualne) [Social Media Post]

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