Between reality, propaganda and myths

Peter Orság

Czechoslovak media in exile in Western Europe from 1968 to 1989.
Historical research has so far focused on historical research rather marginally or in the broader context of other topics, which began to establish refugees from Czechoslovakia in the West shortly after the Communist coup in February 1948. At the same time, these media created a specific space
he responded to the difficult possibilities of critical debate in Czechoslovakia, played a substantial integration role in the exile dispersal, and at the same time some of them became, thanks to the connection with home, much more effective means of foreign action against the communist regime than exiled political parties or organizations. The main focus of the work is on the period after August 1968, when the exile movement was revived by a massive wave of new refugees.
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