The Hungarian Uprising - Feb - Nov 1956

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The Hungarian Uprising - Feb - Nov 1956
1 Who
1.1 Hungary
1.1.1 Dictator Matyas Rakosi
1.1.2 Leader Erno Gero
1.1.3 Leader Imre Nagy
1.1.4 Leader Janos Kadar
1.2 USSR
1.2.1 Nikita Khrushchev
2 Causes
2.1 Hungarians dissatisfied with Soviet rule
2.2 Rakosi's reign was harsh
2.3 Khrushchev called for a peaceful co-existence with the West
2.3.1 Taken to mean that Soviet rule was to be relaxed in Hungary
2.4 June 1956-Anti-Soviet demonstrations in Poland
3 What happened
3.1 Many students in Budapest started to riot after news of Khrushchev's 'secret speech'
3.1.1 Khrushchev realised that Rakosi was unpopular & replaced him with Erno Gero in July 1956
3.2 On 24th Oct, Khrushchev agreed to calls for a more liberal leader and appointed Imre Nagy
3.3 Khrushchev worried that to allow this greater freedom and let Hungary leave the Warsaw Pact would mean the end of the Soviet control of Eastern Europe
4 Consequences
4.1 Nagy fled to the Yugoslavian embassy but was arrested as soon as he left by Soviets
4.2 The West was accused of 'abandoning' the Hungarians
4.3 Khrushchev's show of force worked to strengthen his control over Eastern Europe
4.4 Janos Kadar was appointed as the new Hungarian leader
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