Hungarian Uprising

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In 1945, the USSR installed a puppet government in Hungary. It was designed to remove opposition and enforce loyalty. 

Soviet propoganda was everywhere and protest groups emerged wanting democracy


In February 1956, Kruschev criticised parts of Stalin's rule, suggesting that Soviet policy might be changing. 

Those who heard about the speech thought this might mean countries like Hungary would be



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