Indictment for Murder

July 1957
Time;Jul1957, Vol. 70 Issue 1, p22
The article focuses on the violent uprisings in Hungary for national independence. It states that when Party Secretary Erno Gero announced the lack of relaxation for Communist control, the peace demonstration by the Hungarian students became incensed. It also mentions that the Communist Party of Hungary had disintegrated, the country's army was defected, and the Revolution has been restricted between Russians and Hungarians.


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