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Unformatted text preview: V. Two Europes: East vs West in the Cold War VI. The Hungarian Revolution of 1956 A. What happened Oct 23 to Nov. 4, 1956? 1. Student Revolt and Fighting, Oct. 23-28 2. The Revolution's Success, Oct. 28-30 3. Soviet Invasion, Nov. 1-4 B. Recuperation of 1848, its loss and its re-re incorporation in 1989 C. Defining Communism in Hungary Post-1956 a. Not Imre Nagy (1896-1958), Communist reformer, Hungarian PM during the Revolution, and martyr. History 5, Fall 2010 Outline: Lecture XXVI p. 2 2 December 2010 b. Not Mtys Rkosi (1892-1971), First Secretary of the Hungarian Communist Party under Stalinism. c. Not Mikls Horthy (1868-1957), Regent of Hungary 1920-1944. d. Not the "imperialist capitalist" West. e. Goulash Communism D. Defines the limits of Cold War geo-politics...
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