Translation for 'Prague Spring' from English to Russian
NOUN   the Prague Spring | -
Пражская весна {ж}
Prague Spring
Partial Matches
Прага {ж}
пражский {attr}Prague
весеннее утро {с}spring morning
весеннее солнце {с}
spring sun
весенняя ночь {ж}spring night
весной {adv}in spring
весною {adv}in spring
весеннее равноденствие {с}
spring equinox
весна {ж}spring [season]
скачок {м}spring [leap]
упругость {ж} [походки]spring [bounciness]
прыжок {м}spring [leap]
весна {ж}spring [springtime]
эластичность {ж}spring [elasticity]
белоцветник {м} весенний [Leucojum vernum]
spring snowflake
источник {м} [воды]spring [of water]
родник {м}spring [of water]
пружина {ж}spring [coiled metal]
ключ {м} [источник]spring [of water]
зелёный лук {м}
spring onion [esp. Br.]
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Usage Examples English
  • East German influence in Iceland significantly declined in the 1970s and 1980s following a schism between the Socialist Unity Party of Germany and the Icelandic Socialist Party over the Prague Spring, along with free market economic reforms implemented by Iceland during the 1960s.
  • Speaking about the Prague Spring of 1968 was taboo.
  • Following the suppression of the Prague Spring in 1968, he was banned from the theatre and became more politically active.
  • In 1968, when the reformer Alexander Dubček was appointed to the key post of First Secretary of the Czechoslovak Communist Party, there was a brief period of liberalization known as the Prague Spring.
  • A music festival in the country is Prague Spring International Music Festival of classical music, a permanent showcase for performing artists, symphony orchestras and chamber music ensembles of the world.

  • This doctrine was announced to retroactively justify the invasion of Czechoslovakia in August 1968 that ended the Prague Spring, along with earlier Soviet military interventions, such as the invasion of Hungary in 1956.
  • He attempted to reform the communist government during the Prague Spring but was forced to resign following the Warsaw Pact invasion in August 1968.
  • As anti-government protests grew, Honecker begged Gorbachev to intervene with the Soviet army to suppress the protests to maintain communist rule in East Germany as Moscow had done with Czechoslovakia in the Prague Spring of 1968 and with the Hungarian Revolution of 1956, but Gorbachev refused.
  • In Eastern Europe, widespread protests escalated particularly in the Prague Spring in Czechoslovakia.
  • ... the Vietnam war and the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia to end the Prague Spring), so making such wars more likely.

  • The Prague Spring reforms were a strong attempt by Dubček to grant additional rights to the citizens of Czechoslovakia in an act of partial decentralization of the economy and democratization.
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