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July 5, 2017 @ 5:05 pm
Another meeting took place on August 3rd in which the infamous Brezhnev Doctrine was formulated. In the document is written that “each Communist party is free to apply the principles of Marxism-Leninism and socialism in its own country, but it cannot deviate from these principles… the weakening of any of the links in the world system of socialism directly affects all the socialist countries.” This very clearly states the strict guidelines to being a member of the Warsaw Pact and is very explicit in its argument that socialism is dependent upon every country remaining true to the type of government.
Despite these warnings, the Soviets invaded Czechoslovakia on August 21, 1968 with the aid of other countries of the Warsaw Pact. A total of 500,000 troops from the Soviets, Poland, Hungary, Bulgaria and East Germany defended Brezhnev’s ideal of repressing the Prague reforms, more commonly referred to as “normalization.” The invasion ended with the removal of Alexander Dubcek as the party leader and a swift end to the numerous reforms made within Czechoslovakia including the re-introduction of censorship. The invasion, although relatively bloodless, gave the rest of the countries of the Warsaw Pact a very straightforward message. Moscow made it clear that they were not going to tolerate democracy of any sort among the Communist nations and the invasion of the Prague Spring by members of the Warsaw Pact helped the Soviets emphasize that the rest of the members of the union were steadfast in their convictions as well.
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