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1956. november 4. Szovjet tankok a pécsi Széchenyi téren. I 1956. november 4. Soviet tanks in Pécs, Széchenyi Square.

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1956. november 4. Szovjet tankok Pécsen. I 1956. november 4. Soviet tanks in Pécs, Hungary.

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Some of the first arrivals at Traiskirchen Camp, near Vienna. Within three months, 200,000 Hungarians had escaped to Austria and Yugoslavia.

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1956. november. Pécsi bányászok üzenete a budapesti lakossághoz. I 1956. november. Pecs miners messages to the population of Budapest.

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John Sadovy. 1956. A subsequent photo shows these men dead from bullet shots.

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Imre Nagy led the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 that was crushed by the Soviet Union. He was executed 2 years later

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When the Hungarian uprising erupted in 1956, UNHCR faced its first post-war emergency, coordinating help for more than 200,000 people who fled that country. Some refugees remained in Austria where UNHCR funded housing projects like the one above. © UNHCR/D.Whitney

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Hazafias dal szól az USA követsége előtt

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