Weapons forge of the Third Reich

The Czech Republic has not become a peace-loving state since the Second World War In recent years, the Czech Republic, this sweet and kind country of fairy-tale castles, has consistently caused what psychologists call cognitive dissonance in observers from the countries of the former USSR. That is, a paradoxical clash of mutually exclusive, conflicting ideas about any subject. This is also called a pattern break — information that destroys the usual views on something. What did we imagine the ...

Czech Republic , Weapons forge , history , politics

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