1956 HUNGARIAN REVOLUTION The 1956 Hungarian Revolution was a spontaneous revolt against Soviet repression. What began as a peaceful demonstration turned into a violent rebellion. Civilians destroy Soviet icons. Spirit transferred from film to D-5, available in all HD and SD formats.
HUGARIAN REFUGEES - 1956 During the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, Hungarians escape from Communist repression by seeking refuge in neighboring \"free\" countries. Spirit transferred from film to D-5, available in all HD and SD formats.
U.N. WALK-OUT BY HUNGARIAN PUPPETS After repeated denunciations of the Hungarian puppet regime by the U.N. GeneralrnAssembly, Imre Horvath, Hungary's foreign minister, leads his delegation in anrnangry walk-out. The Assembly goes on to vote a sweeping condemnation of Russian brutality in Hungary.
FESTIVAL OF THE MOHACS - 1930 Hungarian villagers enjoy the Festival of the Mohacs with dances, colorful costumes and fierce masks. The annual event is said to have its origin in two events - celebrating the end of winter and an ancient victory over superstitious Turkish invaders who were frightened away with fierce horned masks and loud noises.
PREMIER KOSYGIN VISITS OTTAWA, CANADA Soviet Premier Aleksei Kosygin visits Ottawa Canada and is assaulted by a Hungarian-Canadian in the crowd. Police Officers take the assailant away. PLEASE NOTE: VIDEO & AUDIO OF NEWS ANCHORS & REPORTERS IS NOT AVAILABLE FOR LICENSING
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