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The 1956 Hungarian revolution. Reaction of foreign countries


Darbas anglų kalba. Vengrijos revoliucija. Introduction. Reaction of United States, NATO. Great Britain, France. Position of other East European countries and GDR. Countries depended to Soviet Union. Reaction of other West European countries. Position of Moscow. Conclusion.


J. Stalin's death in 1953 gave hope of the changes not only in the countries occupied by Soviet Union, but also in the Central and Eastern Europe countries, which were in influence of Soviets. 1956’s were an important and unique years, because J. Stalin's cult was doomed in the Soviet Union Communists Party XX Congress. These changes encouraged people to seek alterations in their own states lives, especially when the West always declared the importance of freedom and always assured that they will support these new countries, and will help to fight with socialism (it was very often declared trough Radio Free Europe).
One example of these strivings is the Hungarian revolution, which took place in October – November of 1956. In these events, all Hungarians were expecting support from other countries, especially from West (from which, unfortunately, they didn’t get a lot). So it is important to discuss about reaction and position of other countries to the events in Hungary on 1956. ...

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