Prague, February 1948, from left  Alois Petr, Zdenek Fierlinger, Jaromir Dolansky, Zdenek Nejedly, Vaclav Nosek, Jan Masaryk, Bohumil Lausman, Klement Gottwald, Josef David, Antonin Zapotocky - stock photo
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Prague, February 1948, from left Alois Petr, Zdenek Fierlinger, Jaromir Dolansky, Zdenek Nejedly, Vaclav Nosek, Jan Masaryk, Bohumil Lausman, Klement Gottwald, Josef David, Antonin Zapotocky

Czechoslovakia, after the Communist putsch in February 1948 democracy vanished and a totalitarian system lasting more than 40 years was established. Communist Party of Czechoslovakia unleashed a campaign against the would be reactionaries and brought fear to the general population. It illegaly established armed workers militia, later renamed "People´s Militia." On the 28th of February this militia marched around Old Town Square. CTK Vintage Photo, Prague, Czechoslovakia

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CTK Historical / Rostislav Novak

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2518 x 2331 pixels

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8 x 8 inches / 21 x 20 cm

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