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In between sympathies and loyalty: the French communist party and the Prague spring

The French Communists’ offi cial reactions to the Soviet-led military intervention by fi ve Warsaw Pact countries in Czechoslovakia in August 1968 are generally considered to mark the fi rst time in history that the French Communist Party decided not to show public support for an international operation by the Soviet Union. As the author demonstrates with an analysis of records from the Archive of…