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1956 - Hungarian Revolution: Anti-Communist Protest in Hungary
08:25
SD RM English

Hungary, Budapest

1956 - Hungarian Revolution: Anti-Communist Protest in Hungary

The 1956 Hungarian Revolution, also known as the Hungarian Uprising, was a revolt in Hungary. The revolt was brutally suppressed by the Soviet Union. Thousands of Hungarian insurgents and Soviet troops were killed, thousands more were wounded, and nearly a quarter million left the country as refugees. The revolution was a watershed event for Communists in Western countries; some who had formerly supported the Soviet Union now criticized it. On October 23rd, 1956, Hungary"s population rose up against their government. The population achieved control over a large number of social institutions and territory, and the Hungarians began to implement their own policies. One policy on which Hungarians were divided was the status of known ÁVH (secret police) informants; the workers councils and student councils sent armed bands out to arrest ÁVH operatives in preparation for criminal trials; whereas the small ultra-nationalist right-wing groups led by the likes of Jozsef Dudas infamously executed members of the ÁVH. The Hungarian Communist Party made Imre Nagy Prime Minister. After negotiating a ceasefire with Soviet forces in Hungary, Nagy was forced by public opinion to withdraw Hungary from the Warsaw Pact and declare neutrality. Soviet troops were invited into Hungary on two occasions, both in attempts to firm up Moscow line governments (the Gero government that collapsed on the October 23rd and the Kadar government formed on November 3rd). Soviet troops and the Hungarian ÁVH intervened on the night of October 23rd and subsequent days, attacking protestors; this resulted in a ceasefire between Soviet troops and insurgents by November 1st, 1956. On the night of November 4th, 1956, the Soviet army again intervened to halt this process of popular reform. By January, 1957, Kadar had brought the instability to an end. Because of the rapid change in government and social policies, the role of left-wing ideology in motivating some of the population, and the use of armed force to achieve political goals, this uprising is often considered a revolution.


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1956 - Hungarian Revolution: Anti-Communist Protest in Hungary
08:17
SD RM master

Hungary, Budapest

1956 - Hungarian Revolution: Anti-Communist Protest in Hungary

The 1956 Hungarian Revolution, also known as the Hungarian Uprising, was a revolt in Hungary. The revolt was brutally suppressed by the Soviet Union. Thousands of Hungarian insurgents and Soviet troops were killed, thousands more were wounded, and nearly a quarter million left the country as refugees. The revolution was a watershed event for Communists in Western countries; some who had formerly supported the Soviet Union now criticized it. On October 23rd, 1956, Hungary"s population rose up against their government. The population achieved control over a large number of social institutions and territory, and the Hungarians began to implement their own policies. One policy on which Hungarians were divided was the status of known ÁVH (secret police) informants; the workers councils and student councils sent armed bands out to arrest ÁVH operatives in preparation for criminal trials; whereas the small ultra-nationalist right-wing groups led by the likes of Jozsef Dudas infamously executed members of the ÁVH. The Hungarian Communist Party made Imre Nagy Prime Minister. After negotiating a ceasefire with Soviet forces in Hungary, Nagy was forced by public opinion to withdraw Hungary from the Warsaw Pact and declare neutrality. Soviet troops were invited into Hungary on two occasions, both in attempts to firm up Moscow line governments (the Gero government that collapsed on the October 23rd and the Kadar government formed on November 3rd). Soviet troops and the Hungarian ÁVH intervened on the night of October 23rd and subsequent days, attacking protestors; this resulted in a ceasefire between Soviet troops and insurgents by November 1st, 1956. On the night of November 4th, 1956, the Soviet army again intervened to halt this process of popular reform. By January, 1957, Kadar had brought the instability to an end. Because of the rapid change in government and social policies, the role of left-wing ideology in motivating some of the population, and the use of armed force to achieve political goals, this uprising is often considered a revolution.


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1956 - Hungarian Revolution: Anti-Communist Protest in Hungary
09:15
SD RM German

Hungary, Budapest

1956 - Hungarian Revolution: Anti-Communist Protest in Hungary

The 1956 Hungarian Revolution, also known as the Hungarian Uprising, was a revolt in Hungary. The revolt was brutally suppressed by the Soviet Union. Thousands of Hungarian insurgents and Soviet troops were killed, thousands more were wounded, and nearly a quarter million left the country as refugees. The revolution was a watershed event for Communists in Western countries; some who had formerly supported the Soviet Union now criticized it. On October 23rd, 1956, Hungary"s population rose up against their government. The population achieved control over a large number of social institutions and territory, and the Hungarians began to implement their own policies. One policy on which Hungarians were divided was the status of known ÁVH (secret police) informants; the workers councils and student councils sent armed bands out to arrest ÁVH operatives in preparation for criminal trials; whereas the small ultra-nationalist right-wing groups led by the likes of Jozsef Dudas infamously executed members of the ÁVH. The Hungarian Communist Party made Imre Nagy Prime Minister. After negotiating a ceasefire with Soviet forces in Hungary, Nagy was forced by public opinion to withdraw Hungary from the Warsaw Pact and declare neutrality. Soviet troops were invited into Hungary on two occasions, both in attempts to firm up Moscow line governments (the Gero government that collapsed on the October 23rd and the Kadar government formed on November 3rd). Soviet troops and the Hungarian ÁVH intervened on the night of October 23rd and subsequent days, attacking protestors; this resulted in a ceasefire between Soviet troops and insurgents by November 1st, 1956. On the night of November 4th, 1956, the Soviet army again intervened to halt this process of popular reform. By January, 1957, Kadar had brought the instability to an end. Because of the rapid change in government and social policies, the role of left-wing ideology in motivating some of the population, and the use of armed force to achieve political goals, this uprising is often considered a revolution.


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35 milion cubic feet of red sludge wreaks havoc in Hungary
05:58
SD RM master

Hungary, Devecser

35 milion cubic feet of red sludge wreaks havoc in Hungary

Four people including two children, died after a red sludge reservoir burst its banks at an alumina plant in Hungary. 35.3 million cubic feet of highly alkaline substance flooded 6 municipalities. The red sludge is a hazardous waste, and it has corrosive effects on the skin, but is not toxic.


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A bruin is being analysed: The bear children didn't eat enough, so a vet put him to sleep.
04:10
HD RM master

Hungary, Veresegyház

A bruin is being analysed: The bear children didn't eat enough, so a vet put him to sleep.

A bruin is being analysed: The bear children didn't eat enough, so a vet put him to sleep.


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A fox is sleeping in his den
00:30
SD RM master

Hungary

A fox is sleeping in his den

A fox is sleeping in his den


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A gecko in a terrarium
00:32
SD RM master

Hungary, Budapest

A gecko in a terrarium

A gecko in a terrarium


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A girl is going to a solarium salon
02:22
SD RM master

Budapest

A girl is going to a solarium salon

The word solarium (plural solariums or solaria) is Latin and derives from the Latin word sol, meaning "sun". Tanning bed or tanning booth, non-medical devices that emit ultraviolet light for the purpose of creating a cosmetic tanning of the skin.


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A man is going to a solarium salon
01:38
SD RM master

Budapest

A man is going to a solarium salon

The word solarium (plural solariums or solaria) is Latin and derives from the Latin word sol, meaning "sun". Tanning bed or tanning booth, non-medical devices that emit ultraviolet light for the purpose of creating a cosmetic tanning of the skin.


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A pollar bear is lies on a rock
00:35
SD RM master

Hungary

A pollar bear is lies on a rock

A pollar bear is lies on a rock


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A snake is walking around in a terrarium
01:42
SD RM master

Hungary

A snake is walking around in a terrarium

A snake is walking around in a terrarium


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A turtle is walking on the field
00:48
SD RM master

Hungary

A turtle is walking on the field

A turtle is walking on the field


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Acupuncture treatment in the ear
01:44
SD RM master

Hungary

Acupuncture treatment in the ear

Acupuncture treatment


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Air balloon flight
01:53
SD RM master

Hungary

Air balloon flight

Air balloon flight


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Angelina Jolie and Brad with the kids in the adventure park
00:15
SD RM master

Hungary, Budapest

Angelina Jolie and Brad with the kids in the adventure park

Angelina Jolie and Brad with the kids in the adventure park


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Angelina Jolie's first film directing - at work
01:31
SD RM master

Hungary, Budapest

Angelina Jolie's first film directing - at work

Angelina Jolie's first film directing - at work


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Apple Blossom Beetle: Tropinota hirta
00:18
SD RM master

Serbia

Apple Blossom Beetle: Tropinota hirta

Bug on a yellow flower


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Austria-Hungary: Austro-Hungarian leaders, drawing
00:13
SD RM

Unknown

Austria-Hungary: Austro-Hungarian leaders, drawing

Austria-Hungary: Austro-Hungarian leaders, drawing


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Balazs Dzsudzsak plays futsal: The players of the Dinamo Moscow plays futsal at Dunakeszi
02:31
SD RM master

Hungary, Dunakeszi

Balazs Dzsudzsak plays futsal: The players of the Dinamo Moscow plays futsal at Dunakeszi

The players of the Dinamo Moscow and hungarian national footballt team, Balazs Dzsudzsak plays futsal at Dunakeszi.


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Balázs Dzsudzsák's fantastic shot: The hungarian national football team plays footgolf. This is a funny sport, and the players laugh a lot.
04:09
SD RM master

Hungary, Kisoroszi

Balázs Dzsudzsák's fantastic shot: The hungarian national football team plays footgolf. This is a funny sport, and the players laugh a lot.

Balázs Dzsudzsák's fantastic shot The hungarian national football team plays footgolf. This is a funny sport, and the players laugh a lot.


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