EN_00946147_4750

EN_00946147_4750
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Hungarians in Budapest pause for a Glance at bodies of two Russians, lying amid Rubble near Maria Thereza Barracks on Oct. 31, 1956. The pair were killed in fighting within the city during the day. On Nov. 1, battered Hungarian capital was virtually free of Soviet troops. But Russians were reported to be forming a cordon around the city. Premier Imre Nagy, in a report to United Nations, said new soviet troop units are entering Hungary and added he has protested and demanded their immediate withdrawal. (AP Photo)
1956-10-31
ASSOCIATED PRESS/East News
Associated Press
3511982
3,27MB
20cm x 25cm by 300dpi
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