Newly released materials on the 1956 Soviet invasion of Hungary and the threat to use force in Poland that year reveal that the Soviet leadership was deeply divided and uncertain over how to manage its unruly empire in East-Central Europe after the death of ]osef Stalin. While united in their desire to prevent any defections […]

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