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.
POLES OUST KREMLIN RULE, HUNGARY RIOTS Nationalist uprisings shake Russia's satellite empire in East Europe. Poland successfully ousts Kremlin spokesmen in her government, after days of demonstrations and ominous troop maneuvers. In Hungary, seeking to follow suit, demonstrations give way to armed revolt, and Red army troops, tanks and planes battle in Budapest to stem the insurgents.
ST. STEPHEN'S DAY PARADE IN HUNGARY Historic holiday hailed by nation's highest dignitaries in Budapest, Hungary. Government officials, ecclesiastical leaders, aristocrats and peasants participate in the festival marking the observance of St. Stephen's day, commemorating the canonization of the country's patron Saint. Admiral Horthy, regent, Count Karolyi, premier designate, are among the notables who take part in the fete, dating back to the 10th Century.
Date: 1931 - BLACK/WHITE Source: Video: DV Length: 00:01:02:00, No Audio
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