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The 1956 Hungarian Revolution

Hungarian and Canadian Perspectives

In October 1956, a spontaneous uprising took Hungarian Communist authorities by surprise, prompting Soviet authorities to invade the country. After a few days of violent fighting, the revolt was … 306 View
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Introduction

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The Hungarian Revolution of 1956: Causes, Aims, and Course of Events

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On October 23, 1956, a revolution broke out in Budapest and spread all over the country in just a few days. The demonstrators, strikers, armed insurgents, leaders of the organizations of the … 20 $2.60 Add
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Could the Hungarian Revolution Have Succeeded in 1956? Myths, Legends, and Illusions

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Whether it could have been otherwise is the most frequent and poignant question for contemporaries and posterity alike when a revolution or an uprising has failed. Was defeat inevitable, or might … 21 $2.73 Add
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The Economic Platforms of the Re-formed Political Parties in 1956

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The Great Depression and the two world wars created an atmosphere where both politicians and the public saw that direct government involvement in the economy was the only way of preventing the … 40 $5.20 Add
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The Role of Women in the 1956 Revolution

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This paper attempts to characterize the role of women during the 1956 revolution on the basis of photographic records of key moments and events during the revolution, as well as a review of … 22 $2.86 Add
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The Hungarian Revolution of 1956 as Narrated by Shoah Survivors

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For some the feeling of being liberated after the war has been overshadowed by the history of the next forty years, while for others the experience of liberation overshadowed the events of the … 25 $3.25 Add
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The Impact of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution in Argentina

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The outbreak of the Hungarian revolution on October 23, 1956, brought forth solidarity movements from Hungarian émigrés and their environment all over the world. It has justifiably … 11 $1.43 Add
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1956 in the Republic of Hungary since 1989

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Riots and demonstrations took place in Hungary during the autumn of 2006. Flags with a hole in the middle flew in front of international audiences in September. Some felt that the protesters had … 24 $3.12 Add
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The Dictionary of Homophobia: H

Publisher's note, Preface to the Original Edition, Editor's Preface To the English-Language Edition, Introduction, The Anti-Anthology, Table of Entries, Contributors

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Henri III (Laurent Avezou); Heresy (Thierry Revol); Heterocentrism. See Heterosexism; Heteronormativity. See Heterosexism; Heterophobia (Jean-Louis Jeannelle); Heterosexism (Louis-Georges Tin); … 42 $1.68 Add
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Canada and Hungarian Refugees: The Historical Context

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Fifty years after the event, the Canadian program of refugee intake following the abortive Hungarian uprising of 1956 is recalled as a pivotal moment in Canadian immigration history. And it was … 18 $2.34 Add
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The 1956-1957 Refugee Movement in the Context of Hungarian Immigration to Canada since the Late 19th Century

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The main purpose of this paper is to examine the 1956 refugee experience, place it in the context of a century and a half of Hungarian immigration to Canada, and establish to what extent and in … 29 $3.77 Add
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Arrival and Reception: Hungarian Refugees, 1956–1957

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The government of Canada is well organized to recruit, screen, transport, and receive large numbers of immigrants. The situation was not different in the mid-1950s. In 1956, 165,000 immigrants … 33 $4.29 Add
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The Dictionary of Homophobia: L

Publisher's note, Preface to the Original Edition, Editor's Preface To the English-Language Edition, Introduction, The Anti-Anthology, Table of Entries, Contributors

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Latin America (Luiz Mott); Law. See European Law; Leduc, Violette (Anne-Claire Rebreyend); Lesbophobia (Raymonde Gérard); Literature (Louis-Georges Tin); Lobby (Caroline Fourest) 38 $1.14 Add
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“An Unselfish Interest?”: Canada and the Hungarian Revolution, 1954–1957

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Hungarian revolution had important implications for Canadian foreign policy. This paper explores Canada’s nuanced diplomatic reaction to the crisis against the backdrop of Ottawa’s … 19 $2.47 Add
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And Elsewhere?

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Revisionist historian Jacques R. Pauwels examines what was happening in the Western World while Hitler rose to power and the support that his regime found internationally (1920-1945). 16 $1.60 Add