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4-11-1956 Comonist Russians and Killer Cossack stalin administration invaded Hungary Hungary
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Russian Army entered Hungary

In the aftermath of the Second World War, the Stalinists took the backing of the Soviet Union in Hungary and succeeded in entering the court, even though they emerged as the fourth party in the elections held in 1945. Later on, the Soviets put more weight on the situation and the stalinists, who had several thousand members, became the sole judge of Hungary.

At that time the USSR was trying to create its own block and it was not possible to remove Hungary from the eye. Between 1949 and 1953, General Secretary of the Hungarian Workers' Party Matyas Rakosi became a strict practitioner of stalinism in Hungary. There was intense pressure on the working class; about 200,000 people were affected. In this period, Hungary strengthened the one-party regime domination, internal and external democracy was abolished, the syndicates were party-bound, the secret police AVH became almost the highest governing body.

Pain pressure conditions caused the anger to slowly accumulate in the masses of poor workers. A factory worker says at that time: "Communists have expropriated factories and businesses, saying, 'You are the factory, you work for yourself.' They have given us everything, but they are put into the greatest misery that can put us under pressure."

Rakosi became prime minister in 1952, but when Stalin died in 1953, the Stalinists increased the pressure in Hungary. Worker revolts have also begun in other countries of Europe. The workers' uprising, which began in East Germany in 1953, was suppressed. In Hungary that same year, similar grits started to rise. The workers at the iron and steel factory in Matyas grew to protest low wages and food shortages.

The Soviet Union went to power to resolve the situation in a country that was in its bloc, and Imre Nagy became prime minister. Nagy closed the collection camps as the first job and released 10 thousand prisoners. He declared economic and political reform. The industry has promised to increase investment in consumer goods. The head and vice-president of the secret police organization AHV was sentenced to six and nine years in prison for committing crimes against the public.

But Nagy took these steps upon the bureaucracy and the thunderbolts of the USSR. Rakosi has come to see it again and has done his utmost to undermine the reforms. This further increased the anger of the workers, and a number of strikes took place at the end of 1953.

The struggle between the stalinist Mosquito wing and the reformist wing in the party has now become very hot. As social polarization grew, Nagy began a reform movement with a series of party members and journalists, feeling the power of the massive workers' masses.

Nagy was first laid off from the government office, then the central committee. It was accused of being a "right deviation". In the same period, the Warsaw Pact was established and 20 thousand Hungarian army were in the pact with Soviet uniforms. Journalists, writers are under pressure. The support around Nagy grew steadily as the Moscow supporters increased the pressure.

In the spring of 1956 the masses began to shout out their hatred of bureaucracy and stalinism. Everywhere there were strikes and demonstrations. A major strike in the iron and steel factories. 200,000 people walked for the sake of the reputation of former party leader Rajik, who was executed.

The masses are now in motion. Conflicts appeared in the demonstrations. Conflicts advanced the Hungarian Revolution. Student organizations have shaped demands such as a new leadership, a new government and the Soviet abandonment of Hungary and new economic policies.

On October 23, 1956, he walked by reading "the bloody Stalin sculptures", the slogans "Soviet soldiers return to your house, take the statue of Stalin" and a series of antiques as well as the international march. Hundreds of thousands of people were moving towards parliament and the radio. The secret police opened fire to the public, but the soldiers quickly moved to the ranks of the demonstrators and distributed weapons to the public.

Upon Nagy's reign, the USSR took action to suppress the Hungarian Revolution. On November 4, 1956, 200,000 soldiers, consisting of the forces of the USSR and the Warsaw Pact, entered Hungary with 3,000 tanks. Thousands of people have been killed in conflicts. Those claiming to be socialists, those claiming to defend workers' power, thousands of jobs

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