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After Soviet troops crushed the reform movement in Czechoslovakia in 1968, communists used massive repression to maintain their power. Writers and other intellectuals continued to oppose the government, but they initially had little success.
Mass demonstrations took place throughout Czechoslovakia. By November 1989, crowds as large as five hundred thousand were forming in Prague. In December 1989, the Communist government collapsed.
Within Czechoslovakia, the new government soon faced old ethnic conflicts. The two national groups, Czechs and Slovaks, agreed to a peaceful division of the country.
We will divide our country
We both agree!
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