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The Hungarian revolution of 1956 in retrospect / edited by Béla K. Király and Paul Jónás ; with an introduction by G.H.N. Seton-Watson.

; Jonas, Paul, 1922-
Boulder [Colo.] : East European quarterly ; 1978.
ISBN 0914710338, 9780914710332

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Other Authors Jonas, Paul, 1922-
Király, Béla K., 1912-2009.
Subjects Communisme.
Hongrie -- 1956 (Révolution)
Hongrie -- Histoire -- 1956 (Révolution)
Hungary -- History -- Revolution, 1956.
Hungary.
Ungarn -- Aufstand (1956)
Series East European monographs ; no. 40.
Studies on society in change ; no. 6.
Description x, 157 pages ; 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1978.
1978.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Ethics and morals in Hungarian public life / Imre Nagy -- Twenty years ago / Anna Kéthly -- Part I. Domestic aspects of the Hungarian revolution -- Intellectual aspects / Tamás Aczél -- Economic aspects / Paul Jónás -- Political aspects / Jzsef Kóvágó -- International aspects / George G. Heltai -- Military aspects / Béla K. Király -- The trial of Imre Nagy / Tibor Méray -- Part II. The revolution and Hungary's neighbors -- Letter to the editor / Andrey A. Amalrik -- Poland / Adam Bromke -- Rumania / Stephen Fischer-Gelaıti -- Yugoslavia / George Klein -- Czechoslovakia / Paul E. Zinner -- Part III. The revolution and the west -- Imre Nagy and eurocommunism / Stephen Borsody -- Western Europe / Péter Kende -- The United States / Imre Kovács.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Hungary
Network Numbers (OCoLC)4013674
(OCoLC)ocm04013674
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