Talk:1968 Red Square demonstration
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Could you please help to upload pics of protesters? Until now I found only 2 pictures.dima 22:44, 17 June 2007 (UTC)
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Do you speak Česky ? It is urgent, since past century, to translate the article. Could you help, please?dima 11:34, 25 June 2007 (UTC)
- IF this question is addressed to me, the answer is NO, I cannot speak or read Czech, unfortunately. By the way, please stop putting these two unfree images back. They are alright at the article on the person in question (provided no one finds a free image), but not here - read the rationale at Fair use.--Pan Gerwazy 12:30, 25 June 2007 (UTC)
- If for some reason, you want this to be translated into Czech, ask Czech contributors here. Or go to the Czech article on Moscow on Russia (actually to the talk page) and ask someone there in English (they will have to know English or Russian anyway) to start an article on it. Having read the article in Russian, and the text of the song, I would like to know what you meant by "the hunger of Andropov and Brezhnev with respect to the demonstration and ..." because the song talks about thirsty eyebrows (a reference to Brezhnev, probably, but where is Andropov?) and a falling apple. Well, "the apple does not fall far away fom the tree", but in this case Mikhail Gorbatchev is Andropov's apple so I am even more confused than before I read that piece.--Pan Gerwazy 16:07, 25 June 2007 (UTC)
...where is Andropov?
- Доставай бандуру, Юра,
- Конфискуй у Галича,
- Где ты там, цензура–дура,
- Ну–ка спой, как давеча:
- Эх, раз, еще раз, еще много–много раз,
- Еще Пашку да Наташку, еще Лару Богораз!
- That time, nobody had doubts, who is "Ильич" and who is "Юра"; they two were top governors of the CCCP. Perhaps, Andropov was "master", while Breshnev was a marionette; at the time of the Prague Spring, the people thought that Brezhnev is master. dima 02:55, 11 August 2007 (UTC)
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