Invasion and occupation of Czechoslovakia and the UN: stands of Warsaw pact invaders; Czechoslovakia in the Security Council and in Prague; positions of Romania, Yugoslavia, and European Communist parties; US-Security Council debate-USSR. By A. G.

[New York, International Review Service, 1968.

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D839.3 .I56 v.14 no.100 Off-site
Subjects Czechoslovakia -- History -- Intervention, 1968
Czechoslovakia -- Politics and government -- 1968-1989 -- Sources.
United Nations. Security Council.
Series International review service, v. 14, no. 100.
Description v, 123 p. map. 28 cm.
Notes Appendices (p. 81-121):--1. The Czechoslovak question in the UN.--2. The declaration of Bratislava.--3. Joint Soviet-Czechoslovak communiqué on Cierna-nad-Tisou meeting.--4. Letter of 15 July 1968 of Czech Presidium damning five allies.--5. Seven-power draft resolution.--6. Sovereignty and international duties of socialist countries.--7. Text of Soviet-Czechoslovak treaty on stationing of troops.--8. Text of speech by Alexander Dubcek delivered on 2 August 1968 on the Czechoslóvak radio.--9. Text of letter between five Warsaw pact powers.--10. "2000 words"; a statement on democratization.
Cover title.
Bibliography: p. 73-74.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00029103
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