Edexcell Cold War- Hungarian Upring Dates

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Leaders of The Small holders Party were arrested and others flee Hungary
February 1947
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In the Hungarian General Elections The communist party have the largest party but not a majority
31st August 1947
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Rakosi takes power and uses terror and brutality to control Hungary.
14 August 1952- 4 July 1953
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Krushchev becomes leader of the USSR
8 February 1955
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Irme Naggy is made President of Hungary by Krushchev and he is a lot more liberal and friendly to the West
4 July 1953- 18 April 1955
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Nagy is replaced by Rakosi as Hungarian Prime Minister because of his Liberal Policies
18th April 1955
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The Warsaw Pact is founded and Hungary joins
14 May 1955
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Soviet leader Krushchev criticises the late Stalin and raises hopes for reform
25th February 1956
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Students demonstrate in Budapest demanding free elections and the withdrawl of Soviet troops
23rd October 1956
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Nagy is brought back as Prime Minister to try and stop the riots
24 October 1956
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Hungary anounces that it is withdrawing from the Warsaw Pact
1st November 1956
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Soviet tanks roll in Budapest to crush the revolution
4th Novmber 1956
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Soviets declare victory over Hungary
11th November 1956
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Imre Nagy is hanged for his role in the 1956 uprising
16th June 1958
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31st August 1947

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In the Hungarian General Elections The communist party have the largest party but not a majority

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14 August 1952- 4 July 1953

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8 February 1955

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4 July 1953- 18 April 1955

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