It was 26 years ago...

Jukka Laari jlaari at tukki.jyu.fi
Fri Aug 26 04:44:50 MDT 1994


Jonathan,

did you meant this posting?

JL


On Mon, 22 Aug 1994, Paul Edward Bonardi wrote:

> Jukka,
>
>         Is the 1968 Czechoslavkian situation represented to your
> liking by MIlan Kundera in either the book or the movie version of The
> Unbearable Lightnesss of Being?  And how would you compare '68 as a year
> for such things, especially in Paris, but also in America (Newark and
> Waats rebellions took place then too, if memory serves) with the 1956-57
> Hungarian mini-revolution and the subsequent large emigration of many
> Hungarians to other countries, mainly the US (to Camp Kilmer, NJ--and
> then to settle in the nearby environs of New Brunswick, NJ and middle
> and south NJ eventually and permanently?
>
> Paul Bonardi
> University of California, Irvine
>            "Ninety percent of baseball is half mental."
>                          -- Yogi Berra
>
> On Sat, 20 Aug 1994, Jukka Laari wrote:
>
> >
> > August 21, 1968:
> >
> > Five Warsaw pact countries sent troops to Czechoslovakia. Occupation. The
> > end of the Prag spring and human faced socialism. - Any ideas?
> >
> > Jukka "How-I-Waited-To-Send-That-One" Laari
> >
>


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