For the women making Molotov cocktails in Dnipro, Ukraine.
WHAT does a mother country mean?
On a calm summer’s evening, it is easier to answer this question. But not in Czechoslovakia on August 21, 1968.
On that day, 2,000 tanks rumbled across the border. Along with them, 250,000 soldiers and 800 planes. This huge deployment of Warsaw Pact troops from the Soviet Union, Bulgaria, Poland and Hungary swiftly occupied Prague...