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shurale
18-10-2011, 18:58
I suppose it is a can of worms.
What do you think about operation "Danube"?
It happened in the year 1968.

FatAndy
18-10-2011, 19:23
Right place, right time, right people ;)

martpark
18-10-2011, 22:20
I suppose it is a can of worms.
What do you think about operation "Danube"?
It happened in the year 1968.

The Prague Spring and Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia as it's known in English. The czechs and slovaks lost the battle but won the war... in the end.

shurale
18-10-2011, 22:25
The Prague Spring and Soviet invasion of Czechoslovakia as it's known in English. The czechs and slovaks lost the battle but won the war... in the end.

The Prague Spring and Operation "Danube" sounds, er, better.

martpark
18-10-2011, 22:27
The Prague Spring and Operation "Danube" sounds, er, better.

Depends where you were standing when it started.

shurale
18-10-2011, 23:12
Depends where you were standing when it started.

Where were you standing?

shurale
18-10-2011, 23:17
Depends where you were standing when it started.

I suggest we call it "Danube". You don't want to hurt feelings of Russians, do we?

shurale
19-10-2011, 18:21
Is it possible to delete this little thread?

mikegulf
19-10-2011, 18:33
Is it possible to delete this little thread?

Why delete a discussion of reality?

martpark
21-10-2011, 07:44
Where were you standing?

I was standing on the riverbank. You didn't see me?

martpark
21-10-2011, 07:46
I suggest we call it "Danube". You don't want to hurt feelings of Russians, do we?

Soviets are not Russians as everyone knows. And why be politically correct about it? There was enough political correctness in the ole USSR to last a lifetime.

mikegulf
21-10-2011, 16:25
Soviets are not Russians as everyone knows. And why be politically correct about it? There was enough political correctness in the ole USSR to last a lifetime.

But Russians were part of the USSR, the driving force actually. And I can't remember what my point was....getting old!