Velvet effect

  • 399 Kč
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The story of the Velvet Revolution, as the fall of communism in Czechoslovakia is called, is fascinating and full of interesting personalities and events. In this engaging book by journalist Petr Švec, illustrated by students of the Sutnarka school in Plzeň under the guidance of Renata Fučíková, you will read what led to the end of the communist regimes in this country and around the world, how the famous November demonstrations on Národní třída took place and how the new republic stepped into democracy.

Author Petr Švec, Renata Fučíková and Sutnarka students

Publisher:Albatros

Number of pages: 176

Year of publication: 2020

Tabulka velikostí

Objednávku (v ČR) Vám dodáme do 5 pracovních dní. Nejčastější doba dodání je 2 dny od objednání. Nejrychlejší dodání je na výdejny Zásilkovny.

Štítky historie, kniha, komunismus, sametovárevoluce
3/2024
Štěpánka N.

1/2024
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1/2024
Martina S.

1/2024
Iva B.

12/2023
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11/2023
Renata .

Zatím jsem nečetla, ale moc se mi líbí grafické zpracování

10/2023
Kateřina L.

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