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1956-10-31_Stalin_Statue_Pulled_Down_Hungary. After announcing a willingness to negotiate a withdrawal of Soviet forces, the Politburo changed its mind and moved to crush the revolution. On 4 November, a large Soviet force invaded Budapest and other regions of the country. The Hungarian resistance continued until 10 November. Over 2,500 Hungarians and 700 Soviet troops were killed in the conflict, and 200,000 Hungarians fled as refugees.

something about this picture intrigues me.the tearing down of stalin's statue

LIFE magazine article on Hungary's women during the 1956 revolution against the Soviet Union.

LIFE magazine article on Hungary& women during the 1956 revolution against the Soviet Union.

Ervin Zádor - Bloody fight in the water. Most historic water polo match at the Melbourne Olympics in 1956 between the state fraction Hungary vs USSR. The match lasted brutal as the impact of the Hungarian revolution of war with the Soviet Union. Ultimately pertandiangan Hungary won 4-0 and successfully defend the gold medal.

Ervin Zádor - Bloody fight in the water. Most historic water polo match at the…

23rd October 1956, Students of Eötvös Loránd University, Józef Bem monument in Budapest

23rd October 1956, Students of Eötvös Loránd University, Józef Bem monument in Budapest

Hungarian uprising leader speaks, Budapest, 1956

Hungarian uprising leader speaks, Budapest, 1956

Hungarian revolution 1956 : a destroyed soviet tank with the body of a crew member.

Budapest Hungarian Uprising 1956 by Micheal Rougier Russian tank brought in to quell the Revolution

HUNGARIAN REVOLUTION 1956. Outside of the former central office of 'Szabad Nép', crowds try to catch the first edition of 'Függetlenség' (Independence) // photo by Erich Lessing

ERICH LESSING - HUNGARIAN REVOLUTION 1956 The beginning of the De-Stalinization period in Hungary favoured the development of an opposition movement, particularly among students and intellectuals.

Janos Mesz, also known as “Janko of the wooden leg”, one of the leaders of the rebel group Corvin Lane, stands at the Erkel Theatre on Koztarsasag Square during the 1956 insurrection in Budapest. Photo by Erich Lessing.

Janos Mesz, also known as “Janko of the Wooden Leg,” one of the leaders of the rebel group Corvin Lane, stands at the Erkel Theatre on Koztarsasag Square during the 1956 insurrection in Budapest. Photo by Erich Lessing.