Ahead of the Cambridge Central and Eastern European Forum’s annual conference, emeritus lecturer in Slavonic studies Jana Howlett explains what the Soviet Union and Warsaw Pact’s invasion of Czechoslovakia meant in the history of socialism, and what we’re in danger of forgetting 50 years on from the Prague Spring.

Fifty years on from the Prague Spring, what did the uprising and invasion mean for socialism?

The original article: The Cambridge Minute: Jana Howlett.

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