15 November 1996span> Imre Nagyb> Imre Nagy took part in the 1917 revolution in Russia after being taken prisoner there in World War I. In 1930, his communist activities in Hungary forced him to flee back to the USSR, returning in 1944 to take part in Hungary’s new communist regime. After Josef Stalin’s death in […]

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