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Ferenc Puskas | Real Madrid (1958-1966)

Ferenc Puskas | Real Madrid (1958-1966)

Ervin Zádor Hungarian waterpolo player after the Hungary defeated the USSR in the "Blood in the Water" polo game in 1956. The Hungarian team won the game 4–0 and later was awarded the Olympic gold medal. The match was extremely violent, and was halted in the final minute to quell fighting amongst spectators.

Ervin Zádor Hungarian waterpolo player after the Hungary defeated the USSR in the "Blood in the Water" polo game in 1956. The Hungarian team won the game 4–0 and later was awarded the Olympic gold medal. The match was extremely violent, and was halted in the final minute to quell fighting amongst spectators.

Ervin Zádor Hungarian waterpolo player after the Hungary defeated the USSR in the "Blood in the Water" polo game in 1956. The Hungarian team won the game 4–0 and later was awarded the Olympic gold medal. The match was extremely violent, and was halted in the final minute to quell fighting amongst spectators.

Ervin Zádor Hungarian waterpolo player after the Hungary defeated the USSR in the "Blood in the Water" polo game in 1956. The Hungarian team won the game 4–0 and later was awarded the Olympic gold medal. The match was extremely violent, and was halted in the final minute to quell fighting amongst spectators.

Susan Polgár: b. 1969; Susan Pol Polgár gar is a Hungarian chess Grandmaster. Susan is perhaps most famous for being a child prodigy, being the 1st female to earn Grandmaster title through tournament play, and breaking gender barriers. In 1984, she became the top ranked woman in the world, and remained in the top 3 for 23 years. She was also the 1st woman to qualify for the Men's World Championship. Polgár won 10 Olympic medals and 4 Women's World Championships.

Susan Polgár: b. 1969; Susan Pol Polgár gar is a Hungarian chess Grandmaster. Susan is perhaps most famous for being a child prodigy, being the 1st female to earn Grandmaster title through tournament play, and breaking gender barriers. In 1984, she became the top ranked woman in the world, and remained in the top 3 for 23 years. She was also the 1st woman to qualify for the Men's World Championship. Polgár won 10 Olympic medals and 4 Women's World Championships.

Ferenc Puskás, 1958-66.

Ferenc Puskás, 1958-66.

Ferenc Puskás, 1958-66.

Ferenc Puskás, 1958-66.

Puskás Ferenc (1945)

Puskás Ferenc (1945)

Ferenc Puskás, 1927-2006. The most famous footballer in Hungary., and praised as one of the all-time greatest players. He won 3 European Cups and 10 national championships. He defected in 1956, but was allowed to return in 1993, to take over the Hungarian national team. A sports stadium was renamed in his honour.

Ferenc Puskás, 1927-2006. The most famous footballer in Hungary., and praised as one of the all-time greatest players. He won 3 European Cups and 10 national championships. He defected in 1956, but was allowed to return in 1993, to take over the Hungarian national team. A sports stadium was renamed in his honour.

Hungary Papp Laszlo (Laci Papp):  25 Marc 1926 - 16 Oct 2003 Died age 77   Boxing record:                   Total fights  29:  Win- 27  KO- 15  Draws- 2 Losses- 0  "HE UNDEFEATED  IN THE RING" Olympic Games: Gold Medals 1948 London, 1952 Helsinki, 1956 Melbourne European Amateur Championships:  Gold Medals: 1949 Oslo, 1951 Milan

Hungary Papp Laszlo (Laci Papp): 25 Marc 1926 - 16 Oct 2003 Died age 77 Boxing record: Total fights 29: Win- 27 KO- 15 Draws- 2 Losses- 0 "HE UNDEFEATED IN THE RING" Olympic Games: Gold Medals 1948 London, 1952 Helsinki, 1956 Melbourne European Amateur Championships: Gold Medals: 1949 Oslo, 1951 Milan

Budapest, Hungary, Oct 1944: A smiling Ferenc Szálasi, new prime minister and leader of the Nazi Arrow Cross organization, arrives at the ministry of defense after the Germans occupied Hungary. He is escorted by one of his senior Arrow Cross officers. The sentries at the gate are German paratroopers. Szálasi was executed in 1946 for his collaboration with the Germans.

Budapest, Hungary, Oct 1944: A smiling Ferenc Szálasi, new prime minister and leader of the Nazi Arrow Cross organization, arrives at the ministry of defense after the Germans occupied Hungary. He is escorted by one of his senior Arrow Cross officers. The sentries at the gate are German paratroopers. Szálasi was executed in 1946 for his collaboration with the Germans.

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