Their recollections paint a more complex picture of the life on the other side of the iron curtain from the sputnik era reforms of the early 1960s through the tumult of the 1968 prague spring and the subsequent soviet invasion to the velvet revolution the collapse of the communist regime and the formation of democratic czechoslovakia in 1989. This week kafkadesk spoke with thomas k murphy an american historian who recently published a book on popular culture in communist czechoslovakia czechoslovakia behind the curtain life work and culture in the communist era. Czechoslovakia behind the curtain has 0 ratings and 0 reviews during the cold war the west especially in the popular media tended to view communism a. Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more. Czechoslovakia behind the curtain life work and culture in the communist era thomas k murphy on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers during the cold war the west especially in the popular media tended to view communism as a monolithic phenomenon
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