Soviet response to Hungarian uprising of 1956

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  • Soviet response to Hungarian uprising of 1956
    • The Soviets used brutal military force.
    • Krushchev sent in military tanks but they were withdrawn within a week.
    • On the 4th of November 200,000 Soviet troops and 2,500 tanks arrived in Budapest.
    • There was two weeks of bitter street fighting.
    • They executed Nagy and his fellow leaders
    • They prevent Hungary from leaving the Warsaw Pact.

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