Prague, Wenceslas Square, August 22, 1968: an arm projects into the image. The wristwatch shows the time of day. The forearm is not raised vertically, contrary to traditional representations of revolution colored in red. Instead, the arm is extended horizontally, parallel to the bottom edge of the picture.
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