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NOV. 2, 1956 FILE PICTURE - B/W ONLY
** FILE ** Hungary's Prime Minister Imre Nagy makes a radio broadcast during the rebellion of his people against Soviet control in Budapest, Hungary, in this Nov. 2, 1956 file picture. The uprising began on October 23, 1956 with demonstrations against the Stalinist regime in Budapest and was crushed eleven days later by Soviet tanks amid bitter fighting. Some 2,500 people were killed and a further 200,000 forced into exile. (AP Photo) ** B/W ONLY **
AP HDD 2
2006-10-15
ASSOCIATED PRESS/East News
Associated Press
061015028030
1,03MB
23cm x 17cm by 300dpi
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