Remains of dictator’s statue at exhibition highlighting nation’s experiences of totalitarianism

It was once the world’s biggest monument to Josef Stalin, casting a dark shadow over Prague at the height of the communist dictatorship that ruled the former Czechoslovakia.

Now the smashed granite remnants of the notorious statue will form the eerie backdrop to an exhibition highlighting the Czech Republic’s often brutal 20th-century experiences of totalitarianism under Nazism and communism.

Continue reading…

Read More Stalin rubble throws into focus Czechs’ 20th-century struggles

Facebook Comments