Or I believe in God Today, little is said Papp Váryné Sziklay Serena's name, but the older generation still remember a little poem that kept the Trianon dismembered country's inhabitants of the soul: "I believe in God, I believe in a house, I believe in God the eternal Truth, I believe in the resurrection of Hungary. "
Central Monument of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution and War of Independence, near Heroes' Square, on the far side of the Art Gallery
Budapest, Margit-hid. During WWII the explosives went on during the rush hour killing dozens of locals and German soldiers.
Budapest in ruins# revolution of 1956
1956 Revolution against USSR - no one came to help Hungary, the world sat by and ignored the cries for help...sad day!
The world's eyes were on Suez when, on November 4, 1956, Moscow rolled 2,500 tanks and 120,000 troops into Budapest. Hungarians, hoping to evict their Soviet overlords, had recently decapitated a statue of Stalin in their capital.