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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP An undated file photo of Czechoslovakian student Jan Palach who died 16 January 1969 after setting fire to himself in protest against the Russian occupation of Prague in 1968. Warsaw Pact troops and tanks entered Prague 21 August 1968 to crush the newfound freedom and re-establish a totalitarian regime.
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP PHOTO People of what was then Czechoslovakia pay tribute 24 January 1969 at Wenceslas square downtown Prague to Jan Palach, the day before his funeral. Palach, Czech student, burned himself to death in January 1969 to protest the Soviet occupation of his country.
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Riot police officers get ready to disperse demonstrators at Prague's Wenceslas Square on Sunday, January 15, 1989 after a crowd of about 2,000 gathered to commemorate the death of Jan Palach. Riot police used batons, dogs and water cannons to disperse crowds, gathered to remember Jan Palach, a student who set himself afire 20 years ago to protest the Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia. 91 protestors were arrested. (AP Photo/Dieter Endlicher)
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Riot police officers try to disperse demonstrators at Prague's Wenceslas Square on Sunday, January 15, 1989 after a crowd of about 2,000 gathered to commemorate the death of Jan Palach. Riot police used batons, dogs and water cannons to disperse crowds, gathered to remember Jan Palach, a student who set himself afire 20 years ago to protest the Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia. 91 protestors were arrested. (AP Photo/Dieter Endlicher)
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The death mask of Jan Palach is pictured at Palach Square in Prague, Czech Republic, January 16, 1990 at the unveiling ceremony to commemorate Czech student Jan Palach who committed suicide by self-immolation as a political protest against the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, at Wenceslas Square in Prague, Czech Republic, January 16, 1969. Left stands sculptor Olbram Zoubek who created the mask. (AP Photo/Pavel Horejsi)
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Undated Portrait of Czech student Jan Palach who committed suicide by self-immolation as a political protest against the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, at Wenceslas Square in Prague, Czech Republic, January 16, 1969. (AP Photo)
Image taken from Ullstein archive
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Riot police try to disperse demonstrators in Prague's Wenceslas Square on Sunday, Jan. 16, 1989 after a crowd of about 2,000 gathered to commemorate the death of Jan Palach. Riot police used batons, dogs and water cannons to disperse crowds, gathered to remember Palach, a student who set himself afire 20 years ago to protest the Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia. (AP Photo)
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP People of what was then Czechoslovakia pay tribute 24 January 1969 at Wenceslas square in downtown Prague to Jan Palach, the day before his funeral. Palach, a Czech philosophy student at Prague Faculty of Arts, burned himself to death in January 1969 to protest against the Soviet occupation of his country. Tens of thousands of people followed the coffin 25 January. Palach was born 11 August 1948. He died in agony 19 January 1969, three days after immolating himself at Wenceslas square in Prague. His name became a symbol of the ill-fated Prague Spring which ended 20 August 1968 when Soviet tanks swept into Prague to end the country's experiment with liberal socialism and restore an orthodox communist regime.
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Czech riot police charges at demonstrators at the Wenceslas Square in Prague on Sunday, Jan. 15, 1989 when some 4000 people tried to celebrate the death of Jan Palach, a student who burnt himself in protest against the invasion of Warsaw pact troops of his country on Jan. 16, 1969. (AP Photo)
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Riot police officers seal off the monument at Prague's Wenceslas Square on Sunday, January 15, 1989 after a crowd of about 2,000 gathered to commemorate the death of Jan Palach. Riot police used batons, dogs and water cannons to disperse crowds, gathered to remember Jan Palach, a student who set himself afire 20 years ago to protest the Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia. 91 protestors were arrested. (AP Photo/Dieter Endlicher)
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A line of police and a crowd of demonstrators fill Wenceslas Square in Prague on Sunday, Jan. 15, 1989 during a banned gathering to mark the self-immolation 20 years ago of Jan Palach. Police used batons, dogs and water cannons break up the demonstration. (AP Photo)
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP People of what was then Czechoslovakia pay tribute 24 January 1969 at Wenceslas square downtown Prague to Jan Palach (c), the day before his funeral. Palach, Czech student, burned himself to death in January 1969 to protest the Soviet occupation of his country. Tens of thousands of people followed the coffin 25 January after the suicide of Palach, a philosophy student at Prague Faculty of Arts. Palach was born 11 August 1948. He died in agony 19 January 1969, three days after immolating himself at Wenceslas square in Prague. His name became a symbol of the ill-fated Prague Spring which ended 20 August 1968 when Soviet tanks swept into Prague to end the country's experiment with liberal socialism and restore an orthodox communist regime.
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A crowd gather's in Prague's Wenceslas Square on Sunday, Jan. 15, 1989 to mark the immolation 20 years ago of Jan Palach. The banned demonstration was broken up by baton wielding riot police who used dogs and cannon. (AP Photo)
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Czech students and citizens pay their last respect laying wreaths and flowers at the coffin with the body of Jan Palach, set up at the Carolinum at the University grounds in Prague, January 24, 1969, to Czech student Jan Palach who committed suicide by self-immolation as a political protest against the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, at Wenceslas Square in Prague, Czech Republic, January 16, 1969. Several thousand people have passed the coffin today. (AP Photo/Royle)
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP PHOTO People of what was then Czechoslovakia pay tribute 24 January 1969 at Wenceslas square downtown Prague to Jan Palach, the day before his funeral. Palach, Czech student, burned himself to death in January 1969 to protest the Soviet occupation of his country.
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Riot police officers charge after fleeing demonstrators at Prague's Wenceslas Square on Sunday, January 15, 1989 after a crowd of about 2,000 gathered to commemorate the death of Jan Palach. Riot police used batons, dogs and water cannons to disperse crowds, gathered to remember Jan Palach, a student who set himself afire 20 years ago to protest the Soviet-led invasion of Czechoslovakia. 91 protestors were arrested. (AP Photo/Dieter Endlicher)
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP People of what was then Czechoslovakia pay tribute 24 January 1969 at Wenceslas square downtown Prague to Jan Palach, the day before his funeral. Palach, Czech student, burned himself to death in January 1969 to protest the Soviet occupation of his country. Tens of thousands of people followed the coffin 25 January after the suicide of Palach, a philosophy student at Prague Faculty of Arts. Palach was born 11 August 1948. He died in agony 19 January 1969, three days after immolating himself at Wenceslas square in Prague. His name became a symbol of the ill-fated Prague Spring which ended 20 August 1968 when Soviet tanks swept into Prague to end the country's experiment with liberal socialism and restore an orthodox communist regime.
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A sombre line of Czech mourners pass through the courtyard of the Carolinum, in Prague, on Jan, 24, 1969, to pay their respects at the coffin of Jan Palach, top left, the 21-year-old student who was killed protesting against the Russian invasion of his country. (AP Photo)
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Czech students and citizens pay their last respect laying wreaths and flowers at the coffin with the body of Jan Palach, set up at the Carolinum at the University grounds in Prague, January 24, 1969, to Czech student Jan Palach who committed suicide by self-immolation as a political protest against the Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia, at Wenceslas Square in Prague, Czech Republic, January 16, 1969. Several thousand people have passed the coffin today. (AP Photo/Royle)

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