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- DescriptionIf there had been all-news television channels in 1956, viewers around the world would have been glued to their sets between October 23 and November 4. This book tells the story of the Hungarian Revolution in 120 original documents, ranging from the minutes of the first meeting of Khrushchev with Hungarian bosses after Stalin's death in 1953 to Yeltsin's declaration made in 1992. Other documents include letters from Yuri Andropov, Soviet Ambassador in Budapest during and after the revolt. The great majority of the material appears in English for the first time, and almost all come from archives that were inaccessible until the 1990s.
- Author BiographyCsaba Bekes is Director of the Cold War History Research Centre and Senior Research Fellow at the Institute for the History of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution in Budapest. Malcolm Byrne is Deputy Director and Director of Research at the National Security Archive in Washington, D.C. Janos Rainer is General Director of the Institute for the History of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution.
- PublisherCentral European University Press
- Date of Publication30/08/2003
- SubjectRegional History
- Series TitleNational Security Archive Cold War Readers
- Place of PublicationBudapest
- Country of PublicationHungary
- ImprintCentral European University Press
- Content Note1, black & white illustrations
- Weight1042 g
- Width170 mm
- Height244 mm
- Spine33 mm
- Edited byCsaba Bekes,Janos Rainer,Malcolm Byrne
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US)
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