Prague, February 1948, from right: General Bohumil Bocek, Antonin Zapotocky, Josef David, Klement Gottwald, Josef david, Bohumil Lausman and Jan Masaryk - stock photo
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Prague, February 1948, from right: General Bohumil Bocek, Antonin Zapotocky, Josef David, Klement Gottwald, Josef david, Bohumil Lausman and Jan Masaryk

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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2478 x 2148 pixels

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8 x 7 inches / 21 x 18 cm

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