'Czechoslovakia has been totally occupied by troops from the Soviet Union and its hard-line allies' from Le Monde (22 August 1968)

On 22 August 1968, the French newspaper Le Monde examines Western reactions to the military intervention in Czechoslovakia by five Member States of the Warsaw Pact, including the Soviet Union, on the night of 21 to 22 August 1968.

Source and copyright

Source: Le Monde. dir. de publ. BEUVE-MÉRY, Hubert. 22.08.1968, n° 7 342; 25e année. Paris: Le Monde. "Les troupes de l'Union soviétique et de ses alliés orthodoxes ont occupé la totalité du territoire tchécoslovaque", p. 1.

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