Velvet Revolution begins in Czechoslovakia

On November 17, 1989, riot police put down student protests against the communist government in Czechoslovakia. The incident started a series of non-violent protests that finally forced the communists from power two weeks later.



Learn more about the Velvet Revolution.
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