The Hungarian revolution of 1956 was the largest spontaneous uprising against Communist rule in Eastern Europe until 1989. On October 23, 1956, student demonstrations rapidly snowballed into a revolutionary crowd numbering more than 200,000. The Soviet Army intervened to restore ...

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