Revolution in Hungary 1956<br />Alejandro Quiroga<br />Daniel Garcia<br />
Causes<br />Soviet tirany<br />Soviet repression<br />Communist conditions<br />Hungary was involved in a war in which the...
Consequences<br />Consequences:<br />200.000 Hungarians, refuged in Austria.<br />People in the west were horrified, many ...
Facts<br />They tore down statues of Stalin.<br />6000 soviet tanks invaded Hungary to bring the country “back into line”....
Fighting in Budapest<br />The soviets put a communist government into power that answered to the orders of Moscow. Many Hu...
Stalin’s statue<br />
The hungarians<br />
Budapest<br />
The Hungarian Force<br />
Stalin, nice to know you.<br />
Soviet troops<br />
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  1. 1. Revolution in Hungary 1956<br />Alejandro Quiroga<br />Daniel Garcia<br />
  2. 2. Causes<br />Soviet tirany<br />Soviet repression<br />Communist conditions<br />Hungary was involved in a war in which they had nothing to do<br />
  3. 3. Consequences<br />Consequences:<br />200.000 Hungarians, refuged in Austria.<br />People in the west were horrified, many British communist left the communist party.<br />Economical breakdown in Hungary.<br />More than 3000 killed and 13000 wounded<br />Chaos and riot in budapest<br />Destruction of more than 150 buildings<br />Destalination<br />
  4. 4. Facts<br />They tore down statues of Stalin.<br />6000 soviet tanks invaded Hungary to bring the country “back into line”.<br />The government introduced democracy into the country.<br />Khrushchev agreed, and Russian army pulled out of Budapest.<br />Nagy was arrested and hanged in Moscow.<br />Factory workers in Poland rioted when the government raised food prices.<br />
  5. 5. Fighting in Budapest<br />The soviets put a communist government into power that answered to the orders of Moscow. Many Hungarians were angry because there was a shortage of food and they were not allowed to criticize the government. After october 23, nagy began to change hungary. He said that free elections would leave the warsaw pact.<br />
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  8. 8. Stalin’s statue<br />
  9. 9. The hungarians<br />
  10. 10. Budapest<br />
  11. 11. The Hungarian Force<br />
  12. 12. Stalin, nice to know you.<br />
  13. 13. Soviet troops<br />
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