Acts of Nikita the wonderworker. Part of 4. Hungarian gambit

Hungary’s first attempt to get out of the Kremlin’s dictate threatened more than just a repetition of 1919. As an independent power, Hungary was on the verge of self-destruction. But it prevented all this, no matter how much the anti-Soviets contested it, namely, timely and even a little late intervention in the Hungarian affairs of the Soviet Union. However, as it turns out now, for Khrushchev and his minions, this turned out to be nothing more than the first European “running in” of public anti-Stalinism.


At the end of February 1957, one of the last surviving leaders of the anti-Soviet uprising in Hungary - Katalin Sticker, Jozsef Schöres and Jozsef Tot, was shot dead. Moreover, the first two fled to Austria in December 1956, but soon returned to Hungary under an amnesty declared by Budapest. And despite this, they were arrested and shot. According to some reports, Khrushchev personally insisted on their execution, although the new leader of the Hungarian communists, Janos Kadar, believed that such an insidious deception would discredit both Hungary itself and its leaders, who, as they said then, came to power on the armor of the Soviet tanks.

Acts of Nikita the wonderworker. Part of 4. Hungarian gambit

Nikita Khrushchev, Janos Kadar and ... Leonid Brezhnev

However, Nikita Sergeevich also showed himself in the Hungarian crisis as a completely consistent anti-Stalinist. It is clear that this only contributed to discrediting the very communist idea, the socialist system, which was too far from being built in Hungary. Whether he was aware of this or whether Khrushchev deliberately ignored it was a topic for a separate study.

Yes, the entry of Soviet troops into Hungary still officially is considered there as direct aggression by the USSR. And today it is difficult to find a province in this country where many victims of those events would not be honored. But it is characteristic that many Hungarian historians, already of the post-socialist period, now believe that there would surely be much more victims and chaos if the Soviet army had not entered the country at the end of October 1956.

The losses of the Soviet army during that operation, more precisely, even two, according to official data, made up 669 people killed, 51 missing and 1251 wounded. At the same time, from mid-October to the end of November, 1956 died and at least the 3000 of the Hungarian rebels disappeared without a trace. The number of dead and missing on the other side of the front - the Hungarian communists and their family members were also very large these days, surpassing 3200 people. At the same time, more than 500 civilians were killed, but the number of injured was determined absolutely exactly - 19226 people.

Former Hungarian ambassador to the USSR, Gyula Rapai, who held this post in 1970 and early 1980, noted that “demonstrations and other non-military actions against the communists during the spring and summer of 1956 were too quickly replaced by unbridled anti-communist terror. The rebels clearly felt support behind their backs. Terror and repression by the "right" were met with resistance, and the situation acquired all signs of a civil war, a much more bloody, though without a definite front line. Some contemporaries said: "The front line passed through every house, through every yard."

Hungary, by November 1956, plunged into bloody chaos, which was promptly terminated with the entry of Soviet troops into the country. Why Soviet propaganda preferred to keep silent about it — a separate question, but after all, all this could have been prevented. On one condition - if the top Soviet leadership did not lose control over the situation and contributed to a competent, and moreover, timely correction of the mistakes of the period of Stalin and Rakosi.

However, there was nothing of this, and the corresponding vacuum in the power quickly began to fill the forces, which at first gradually, and soon and quite openly, drew a line on the erosion of socialism in all spheres. Moreover, the emphasis was placed on overt anti-Sovietism and Russophobia, when the "elder brother" was immediately remembered of everything, up to the suppression of the Hungarian uprising of 1848-49.

Gyula Rapai, and he is not alone, stresses that the leadership of the USSR, which came to power after Stalin’s death, almost immediately lost control over the situation not only in Hungary, but also in Czechoslovakia and Poland. The diplomat in his memoirs makes an unequivocal conclusion that if “this was done, nevertheless, not intentionally, then this is the unique incompetence of the Soviet leaders and the analysts who worked on them”.

But is it possible to forget that the initial attacks of the opposition, still ideological, literally, were addressed to Stalin and the Stalinist objects in Hungary? Therefore, it is quite reasonable to assume that, in fact, the Hungarian oppositionists were “pulled off the brakes” because it was beneficial for Khrushchev and his comrades. They also could not wait to speed up the de-Stalinization in the USSR and free the mausoleum on Red Square from Stalin. No other way than for Nikita Sergeevich.

The sweeping denigration of Stalin and the Stalin period both in the USSR and Eastern Europe in those days was only gaining momentum, but the flywheel was already running. Is it any wonder that eight years later - in July 1964, Khrushchev chose Janos Kadar as a listener, when at a reception in Moscow in his honor he decided to actually confess to the violent elimination of the “leader of nations”.

During the summer and autumn of 1956, a campaign of outright mockery was launched in Hungary over the monuments to Stalin, and at the same time with them - over a number of memorials to the memory of Soviet soldiers. There was practically no reaction from Moscow. It was with Hungary that the campaign of renaming streets and squares began, which spread to other countries and the USSR only at the beginning of the 60s.

In the meantime, Molotov, Kaganovich, Bulganin and Shepilov, already in 1955, when the process had not yet passed the hot stage, more than once called for Khrushchev to carry out operational changes in the Hungarian leadership. Future members of the anti-Party group, of which only George Malenkov kept silence, tried to preempt the anti-Soviet actions.


L.M. Kaganovich, G.M. Malenkov and V.M. Molotov-already at the tomb of Stalin, they stood together

However, in response, everything was done exactly the opposite: in July 1956, personally, Khrushchev was dismissed from his post by the head of the Hungarian party of workers, Matthias Rakosi, a staunch Marxist and sincere, however official it sounds, a friend of the Soviet Union. He was the leader of the Hungarian Communists since 1947, having managed to actually keep the country in the sphere of Soviet influence. But being in Moscow in the spring of 1956 at the notorious XX Congress of the CPSU, Rakoshi, was one of the first to sharply condemn the anti-Stalinist report of Khrushchev.

And this is exactly what he was not forgiven in the Kremlin. After all, Matthias Rakoshi, in fact, not without reason believed that “Khrushchev’s lie about Stalin was modernly planted by Moscow from the West. And this was done to, among other things, facilitate the infiltration of Western agents into the governing structures of the countries of the socialist camp. And from top to bottom. And everything should have ended with the collapse of the socialist community and the Soviet Union. ”

Khrushchev and his associates could not help but be annoyed by the fact that Rakoshi, together with Mao Zedong, soon after the 20th Congress of the CPSU, called for the creation of a bloc of communist parties "In Defense of Socialism." This was soon, in the very same 1956 year, approved by the communists of Albania, Romania and North Korea, as well as by the twenty Communist parties of the postcolonial and capitalist countries. There is no surprise that for such assessments and actions of Rakoshi in September 1956, they sent Stalinist first to the Kyrgyz town of Tokmok, and then to Gorky, where he died in 1971.

At the same time, soon after Stalin's death, the head of the Hungarian Council of Ministers in exchange for Rakosi was the notorious Imre Nagy. Now he is unequivocally recognized in Hungary as a hero who, in fact, has a quite nice monument in Budapest near the parliament building.


Budapest. Monument to Imre Nadi - the rebellious premiere of 1956 of the year. He still looks at parliament

Imre Nagy was then very timely headed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Hungary, having received an excellent opportunity to freely consult with colleagues from the West. He was rescued from a lengthy arrest in Budapest, he was considered the “man” of Josip Broz Tito in the Hungarian leadership, and later became the de facto head of the Hungarian anti-Soviet uprising.

However, the "accession" of Nadia happened already at the final stage of the uprising. Before that, there were students' speeches, mass demonstrations and the entry of Soviet troops - in fact, repeated, carried out after several requests from the official leadership of Hungary. But even earlier, in mid-April, 1955 of Nadia managed to be dismissed, but it was him who was returned to the post of prime minister on the most terrible days when the uprising reached its climax: from October 24 to November 4 1956. Hardly anyone will doubt that it was a coincidence ...

Until Soviet tanks entered Budapest, soon supported by several regiments of the Hungarian army, few members of the Hungarian state security were unable to counter the uprising. Many tried to hide at all, many were arrested right on the streets of Budapest.


Hanged upside down mutilated corpse of a state security officer. Photos from paolomorellostudio.com

And it was on these days that the Hungarian communists and their families, who were trying to hide from the terror, with rare exceptions, could not get asylum even in the Soviet embassy. At the same time, it was provided by the embassies of the PRC, the DPRK, Albania, Romania and North Korea. These facts were subsequently brought to wide publicity by Beijing and Tirana, mentioned in the media of Yugoslavia, Romania, North Korea. But afterwards, when the uprising was crushed, many of its activists “left” for the West through Yugoslavia, and Marshal Tito did not react to Khrushchev's regular protests on this matter.

As for the "transformations" with Imre Nagy, they clearly could not be carried out without the knowledge of Moscow. The appointment of Yuri Andropov as Hungarian ambassador in the middle of 1954 can also be called indicative. The future all-powerful head of the KGB and the Soviet leader stayed in Budapest until the spring of 1957. Andropov was not just in constant close contact with the Hungarian prime minister. It was he, according to data released in recent years, that Nadia was informed about the “recommendation” to pre-empt the uprising.


Yuri Andropov and Janos Kadar - old colleagues

How? Simply enough - to attract its potential participants to the destruction of the 10-meter monument of Stalin, installed in the center of Budapest. What was done in early October of 1956: the monument was solemnly overthrown, and the orgy was accompanied by a massive sprinkling and physical need for all parts of the fallen monument. Imre Nagy himself did, probably, everything he could to avoid a lot of blood, but that did not help him.



Chinese Premier Zhou Enlai, the heads of Albania, Romania and the DPRK - Enver Hoxha, Georgi Gheorghiu-Dej and Kim Il Sung immediately suggested that Khrushchev remove Nadya and return Rakoshi to the Hungarian leadership. And also to prevent the anti-Stalinist excesses in Hungary. But in vain.

But it was Imre Nagy who officially announced the withdrawal of Hungary from the Warsaw Pact, and after a few days the regular Soviet troops entered Hungary. The second time, since the first entry of troops was unsuccessful, that even Marshal G.K.Zhukov acknowledged.


Report of Marshal Zhukov on the situation in Hungary

After a false report that the rebels surrender weapon, the Hungarian army refused to storm the center of the capital, and the Soviet troops in two days - October 29-30 left Budapest. It seemed the uprising won. The city almost immediately began a real hunt for the Communists and their supporters. Dozens of people fell victim to mob justice, organized by angry mobs, which were joined by criminals and war criminals released by the government of Nagy. These "revolutionaries" captured the Metropolitan Military Committee of the HVT, and hung over 20 communists. Their photographs with traces of torture and people disfigured by acid, went around the world.


Budapest, October 30 1956 of the year. The dead defenders of the city committee of the Hungarian Party of Labor. Photos from the magazine "Around the World" № 11-2006, page 54

In the Kremlin, despite Andropov’s blatant telegrams, they were in no hurry to interfere. However, the Suez crisis and the Franco-British invasion of Egypt that flared up in the last days of October were perceived by official Moscow as a kind of carte blanche for actions in Hungary. It is very significant that the leaders of all the allied states of Hungary, including Poland, Yugoslavia, and China, who at first welcomed the uprising, agreed that the socialist system in the country can be saved only by military intervention.

Soviet tanks entered Budapest again. And if during the first invasion they tried to act as in a peaceful city, now nothing could stop the tankers. On the suppression of the uprising, the operation "Whirlwind", took less than a week. Prime Minister Imre Nagy was arrested and taken to Romania, and in June 1958 was shot, just as quickly as was done under Stalin. It is clear that an open trial of Nagy and his "colleagues" would be a public verdict against the Khrushchev double-dealing. Therefore, a closed court, after sentencing Imre Nagy and a number of like-minded people to be shot, was fleeting and ruthless.

Let us allow ourselves something like a version, on the basis of which the Hungarian “Maidan” could have been skillfully provoked not only and not so much by the West, interested in splitting the communist bloc. The possible split did not embarrass the Kremlin leadership, which frankly missed the “Hungarian sacrifice,” but decided to take advantage of the situation in order to further discredit Stalin. And this inevitably led to the erosion of socialism and the discreditation of the communist parties themselves, and not only in Eastern Europe.
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  1. svp67 22 March 2019 19: 51 New
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    They even remembered about Hungary today, but the fact that Khatyn was destroyed by Ukrainian Nazis that day under the leadership of German Nazis ... so no
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  2. Grandfather Barsik 22 March 2019 19: 57 New
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    how much trouble did in Hungary, a hanged photo like ours.
    that's what thaws
    1. Reptiloid 22 March 2019 21: 13 New
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      Everyone expected a continuation of the cycle. I liked the article very much. Completely new facts for me, both about Hungary and Khrushchev.
      I used to read somewhere, it was Hungary hard to pay reparations after 2MV. Yes, and the West played a role .... But Khrushchev, it turns out, was heavily influenced by anti-Stalinism.
      And that’s not all he did!
    2. Fitter65 23 March 2019 08: 01 New
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      Quote: Grandfather Barsik
      how much trouble did in Hungary, a hanged photo like ours.
      that's what thaws

      And who has done troubles? We decided to communicate with the former Nazi ally (just nothing happened, as they, together with the Germans atrocities in our country) kindly, well, that’s the result ...
      1. Doliva63 23 March 2019 17: 18 New
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        Quote: Fitter65
        Quote: Grandfather Barsik
        how much trouble did in Hungary, a hanged photo like ours.
        that's what thaws

        And who has done troubles? We decided to communicate with the former Nazi ally (just nothing happened, as they, together with the Germans atrocities in our country) kindly, well, that’s the result ...

        It's funny But the Germans themselves (eastern) became a reliable ally, until the heirs of the "Khrushchev" betrayed them - do you see the paradox in your comment? laughing
        It’s not the Hungarians, but the Khrushchevsky voluntarism.
        1. Fitter65 24 March 2019 01: 23 New
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          Quote: Doliva63
          It's funny But the Germans themselves (eastern) became a reliable ally, until the heirs of the "Khrushchev" betrayed them - do you see the paradox in your comment?

          Well, the Germans became allies by and large forced, the Poles at that time were also our faithful allies ...
  3. evgen1221 22 March 2019 20: 22 New
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    Anglo-British invasion of Egiped. How is it?
    1. Andrey Sukharev 23 March 2019 08: 06 New
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      In fact, authors, edit the text before publication, please!
  4. faterdom 22 March 2019 20: 34 New
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    And we were shown how Commissioner Miklovan put things in order in Romania. In Hungary, therefore, was not found? In general, Khrushchev spoiled fantastically a lot, and laid mines for the future, which worked after his death, and destroyed the socialist bloc and the USSR. And his native Ukraine slurps a full spoon, and he was only a bit sipped from above.
    So it seems that Stalin is still not brilliant, since such an adder had grown near him and did not see it.
    1. Reptiloid 22 March 2019 21: 22 New
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      Quote: faterdom
      ...... So it seems - Stalin is still not a genius, since such a viper near himself grew up and did not make it out.
      Well what can I say ---- sly and mean-spirited managed to pretend to be wise
      1. faterdom 22 March 2019 22: 16 New
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        I'm not talking about that. I have no doubt that Stalin is wise, and he understood people even when he was watching in Baku. But now, knowing and seeing a lot of nasty and bad in his surroundings, nevertheless he did not equidistant and did not overthrow his inner circle from Olympus. The same Khrushchev - out with his son turned out badly. And he himself, I think, was like an open book for Stalin. And while Stalin was alive, everything was under control, and this can with spiders was not dangerous.
        But when Stalin is not alive - then what?
        The same question should be addressed to Ivan the Terrible. He did a lot for the country, except for a little - he did not leave an heir.
        And now the most interesting question about these times: if not Putin, then who? So what? And How?
        1. Fan-fan 23 March 2019 08: 28 New
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          Are you trying to compare Putin with Stalin?
    2. Mr Credo 22 March 2019 21: 39 New
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      It depends on how you look (Stalin is still not brilliant)! For so many years to use such bastards for the good of the country, we must be able to! There is something else interesting. Opponents of Stalin are charged with bloodthirstiness and suspicion, a thirst for power and uncompromising liquidation of competitors! What do we see in reality !? That Stalin asked and demanded the executions of the dissent !? Well, the same comrade Eihe suffered from Stalin. The same Khrushchev exposing Stalin. Did Stalin require them to identify and shoot the opposition? No. It was they who asked him to increase the quotas for execution. But Eikhe suffered, and Khrushchev exposed! And didn’t their comrades create a deficit and sabotage the work? The sabotage under Stalin threatened with an article of the Criminal Code. This is bad! In the late Union did not threaten anything! They call Stalin's time totalitarian, later mediocre and ineffective. What do they offer? Capitalism! Well, they broke socialism, capitalism came. What do we see !? Problems again! What time! What kind? Well, you need money. What for? But with money we are like tearing! Another question. How did the apologists for capitalism organize their business !? Have you created powerful companies in your business? Well, where is Gaidar’s company and Chubais’s company? But what do all apologists for capitalism prefer state udder? And why does it always hinder them to show their talents? It’s either a crisis, or sanctions, or a lack of investment. Does the situation seem strange !? Under Stalin, such individuals worked for the good of Russia for a small fee. Without Stalin, they cannot work for cosmic sums! Well!? And after that call Stalin not genius !? Well, who of the leadership today is ready to work for the State as a volunteer? The volunteer movement seems to be touted. Where are the oligarchs volunteers? so what? Which is closer? Salvage or ideas? Today you can’t write off your mistakes on Stalin!
      1. Serg koma 23 March 2019 18: 24 New
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        Quote: Mr Credo
        And didn’t their comrades create a deficit and sabotage the work? The sabotage under Stalin threatened with an article of the Criminal Code.

        I don’t know if you know the notes made by the American engineer John Little Page (for some reason I believe what he wrote)? If not, take an interest. About sabotage in the USSR which allegedly did not exist, but were innocently injured by the tyrant Stalin.
      2. Reptiloid 24 March 2019 01: 06 New
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        Quote: Mr Credo
        .......... Today you can’t write off your mistakes on Stalin!
        It also happens a little differently, in my opinion. Due to cursing Stalin and nit-picking, they either want to raise themselves, or distract them from their affairs, or have no reason to think of anything but to yap. How many narrow-minded, vile and greedy, are busy with their own business .... And now ---- Stalin is to blame for them.
        A.I. Fursov in his lectures repeatedly that Stalin began to possess all power only by 1939
    3. naidas 22 March 2019 22: 34 New
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      Quote: faterdom
      So I think that Stalin is still not brilliant,

      Well, Stalin like you already answered this question- "I have no other writers for you!".
    4. Vital 29 March 2019 23: 43 New
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      Nikita to yours, was born in the Kursk region!
  5. Nikolai 22 March 2019 20: 44 New
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    Thank. Is there any continuation of the study regarding Khrushchev’s double-dealing?
    “Is it any wonder that eight years later - in July 1964, Khrushchev chose Yanosh Kadar as the listener when, at a reception in Moscow in his honor, he decided to actually confess to forcibly eliminating the“ leader of the peoples. ”Is there any other evidence?
    1. podymych 22 March 2019 21: 13 New
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      Have you had any construction accidents? Will be! And Egypt! will be!
      1. Nikolai 22 March 2019 21: 16 New
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        And what about the violent death of Stalin?
        1. podymych 23 March 2019 09: 58 New
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          First, this is the version! And secondly, the whole story is either a document, which in this case cannot be by definition, or someone’s personal words, memories, opinions, with any of which you can argue, compare ... And Khrushchev didn’t draw for the language , and too many sources speak about his reservation
          1. Reptiloid 23 March 2019 11: 16 New
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            Quote: podymych
            ...... But Khrushchev no one pulled the language, and too many sources say about his reservation
            Hurry to find out !!!!!! Absolutely amazing article. I was just shocked yesterday. It turns out that the corn farmer provoked internecine strife, strife, civil wars in the social camp, it turns out long before the appearance of the labeled one, provoked it, the social camp, the collapse?
            On Ozone I saw Enver Khoja’s book “Khrushchev killed Stalin twice”
        2. Mcar 23 March 2019 15: 05 New
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          Quote: Nikolai Aleksandrovich
          And what about the violent death of Stalin?

          There is no direct evidence - swing on indirect.

          Google the behavior of guards and others. There is no need to be an investigator to understand that this was not a natural death.
          1. Nikolai 23 March 2019 18: 33 New
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            Wow, the text seemed to me that the author has something.
    2. Reptiloid 22 March 2019 21: 24 New
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      Quote: Nikolai Aleksandrovich
      ....... Khrushchev chose Yanosh Kadar as the listener when, at a reception in Moscow in his honor, he decided to actually admit to forcibly eliminating the "leader of the peoples." Are there any other confirmations?
      Also interested. I hope there will be a development of this topic +++++++
      1. The leader of the Redskins 22 March 2019 22: 44 New
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        Going through 10 days to Budapest for a tour. For two days. I read tourist routes, and so on ... It seems that not bad live. But they could live like this much earlier ... So, here I disagree with the author. Neither with Hungary, nor with Prague ... Yugoslavia went its own way and nothing, even during the socialist camp was a separate caste. Personally, I enter the tanks on the territory of a neighboring state is not a sign of progress.
        1. Catfish 23 March 2019 00: 07 New
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          With regard to tanks, it is difficult to disagree with you, this medicine does not always give the desired results. Although, tanks didn’t enter Poland, but they hate us there, unlike Hungary and Czechoslovakia. And in Yugoslavia ... how does it look today, to what has its "own path" and "separate caste" brought it to? The country is neither there nor here, neither yours nor ours.
          1. So in Poland, our tanks still entered 1939! For this, and not to see. I have already mentioned that the Pole expressed the opinion to me, they say, if it were not for the Red Army in the back, then maybe England and France would help against Hitler to fight. Naive...
            1. Catfish 23 March 2019 17: 13 New
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              Leader, dear, did you call me naive? And what is my naivety? Maybe you can remember the whole history of relations with Poland until the 39th year, about three hundred years ago? No, it’s funny, as soon as I was not called here, I was even awarded the title of “polite scoundrel”, but it was my first time to become “naive” in my old age. Therefore, I am interested in - naivete in what? hi
              1. In no case. Pole naive caught. I don’t even know if he himself believed that Britain and France would quickly get involved in helping the Rzeczpospolita. And if they had rushed, it would not be Dunkirk, but what would be Kołobrzeg))))
                1. Catfish 24 March 2019 13: 39 New
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                  Sorry, Man, I just didn't get it. And the Pole, yes, he really is not that, not quite in the "topic". hi
            2. Serg koma 23 March 2019 18: 55 New
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              Quote: Leader of the Redskins
              our tanks entered Poland in 1939!

              These are your tanks. wassat And OUR Suvorov Alexander Vasilievich in 1794. Prior to this, Dmitry (and not just one) is lying, permanent border “graters”, Russian-Polish wars and centuries-old rivalry (in many aspects), etc., etc.
              In a word - neighbors laughing
              PS
              Alexander Pushkin to Count Olizar (1824)

              Singer! since ancient times among themselves
              Our tribes are at war:
              Then our moaning side
              That your perishes under a thunder-storm
              .

              And you used to feast
              Kremlin shame and. . . . . . captivity,
              And we are on the stones of fallen walls
              Prague babies were beaten
              When trampled into bloody ashes
              The beauty of Kostyushkin’s banners.
              ____
              And he is not ours, who is with your maiden
              The treasured ring is conjugated;
              We won’t drink the cherished cup
              The health of your red wives;
              And our maiden is young
              Draw the heart of the Pole
              Rejected, blazing with pride
              The love of a popular enemy.

              .........
              .........
              Collected works of A. S. Pushkin in ten volumes. Volume 2
          2. Vital 29 March 2019 23: 53 New
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            no where, where did the Russian boot tread, the peoples did not live well! Only after they freed themselves from the Soviet past and joined the West (to be precise with the Germans) did they begin cleansing from the past and developing. And if you dig even deeper, then the countries and peoples that were in the Soviet zone of influence drank grief and gave the first opportunity, and the countries and peoples who were in the sphere of influence of the USA after the war made a breakthrough in their development and became one of the most advanced countries in the world. Earth - this is Japan, Germany and South Korea. This suggests that the model or developmental system was true or was not true or criminal! The USSR could not give freedom and development if the peoples in the USSR lived in captivity, and stupid or outright criminals ruled the country!
            1. teron April 1 2019 16: 13 New
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              And about Libya, Iraq and Yugoslavia, do not enlighten? Ah, there is no longer any Yugoslavia. Well, if not for the “Russian boots”, neither Poland with the Poles, nor the Czech Republic, or, probably, France would not exist at the moment.
        2. kalibr 23 March 2019 09: 54 New
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          Be sure to go to the Museum of Terror. They have it near the main square with bronze statues ...
        3. Moskovit 23 March 2019 15: 46 New
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          The Americans will not agree with you. They went further - they introduce tanks on the territory of states one thousand km from their borders
          1. And what, much Americans love for it?
          2. Reptiloid 24 March 2019 01: 10 New
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            Quote: Moskovit
            The Americans will not agree with you. They went further - they introduce tanks on the territory of states one thousand km from their borders

            But this is not terror, it is the defense of American interests. And whether the natives love them or not ---- they are not interested.
  6. kalibr 22 March 2019 21: 56 New
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    Very nice article! In the center of Budapest stands the Terror Museum. This is a very interesting building. Inside, there are a lot of interesting things, including about these events ... We must somehow
    get together and write about this museum ...
  7. AshiSolo 23 March 2019 01: 30 New
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    Moreover, the first two fled to Austria in December 1956, but soon returned to Hungary under an amnesty declared by Budapest. And despite this, they were arrested and shot.


    I like this. This is partly true in the spirit of the Union. Betrayed? Receive and sign. While the Union was so strong, it was round and round, and different funny guys-neighbors did not cut each other. Fear is not the worst way to maintain order.
    1. Looking for 23 March 2019 13: 19 New
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      If not the most effective.
  8. silberwolf88 23 March 2019 16: 00 New
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    all that we are reaping after 1953 ... this is basically the purposeful activity of the most consistent Trotskyist Khrushchev ... a complete rejection of the socialist path of development ... communist values ​​(as a guideline for the development of primarily man) ... and as a logical result of capitalism in modern Russia ... with a very vague possibility of a real revival of a socialist state within the borders of the Russian Federation ... a consumer society destroys people ... some to the core ...
  9. faterdom 23 March 2019 16: 13 New
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    Quote: Fan-Fan
    Are you trying to compare Putin with Stalin?

    Yes, I will take the liberty ... But only in this aspect: everything is tied to one person, very personified, even more than under Stalin, then still the Central Committee, in which not everything, not always and not in everything, is Stalin assented. And now there is Putin .... and emptiness, papier-mâché in the form of masks of all other branches of power and the muddy muddy in the form of some mythical "national projects" instead of the country's movement vector.
    1. Doliva63 23 March 2019 17: 34 New
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      Quote: faterdom
      Quote: Fan-Fan
      Are you trying to compare Putin with Stalin?

      Yes, I will take the liberty ... But only in this aspect: everything is tied to one person, very personified, even more than under Stalin, then still the Central Committee, in which not everything, not always and not in everything, is Stalin assented. And now there is Putin .... and emptiness, papier-mâché in the form of masks of all other branches of power and the muddy muddy in the form of some mythical "national projects" instead of the country's movement vector.

      Putin does not rule; financial interests rule - this is capitalism, a colleague. The interests of which group of parasites will win, and the next guarantor will stand for those, so to speak. What is this to us?
      1. faterdom 23 March 2019 18: 17 New
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        In Russia the Ruler always rules.
        Whether he is the Secretary General, the Grand Duke or the President. Princeps, in Latin ...
        All other forms of government almost instantly lead to confusion and the threat of the collapse of the country.
        And already his art, whose interests and how should be taken into account and in which direction should the development of the country be moved. One will build a fleet, the other - the Ice House. It is equally important to rebuild the system of inheritance and succession, and even with insurance against such maize.
        1. Nikolai 23 March 2019 18: 29 New
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          Yes, Surkov wrote about this not so long ago. Though...
  10. Sergej1972 23 March 2019 18: 25 New
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    Alekseev V. Hungary - 1956: breakthrough of the chain. M., 1996.
    B.Y. Zhelitsky. Budapest-Moscow: year 1956. Soviet foreign policy during the Cold War: a new reading. M., 1995.
    Blokhina A.E. The Hungarian events of 1956 in the assessment of the Soviet government and the international community: Dis. ... cand. East. sciences. N. Novgorod, 2005.
    Hungary 1956. Essays on the history of the crisis. M., 1993.
    Gibian L.Ya. N.S. Khrushchev, J. Broz Tito and the Hungarian crisis of 1956 // New and recent history. 1999. No. 1.
    Malashenko E.I. A special building in the fire of Budapest // Military History Journal, 1993, No. 12.
    Sakovich E.G. Contemporary Russian and Anglo-American historiography of the 1956 Hungarian events URL: http: //elib.bsu.by/bitstream/123456789/13925/1/33-37.pdf
    Read it better. More informative.
    1. Reptiloid 24 March 2019 14: 02 New
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      Thanks for the list, I’ll take a look at where it is. The year before last, I read online about the development of events. Different sources more or less seemed to cover. Interestingly, vandalism is mentioned in relation to monuments about the USSR. But did not meet ---- that these are monuments to Stalin. Indeed, in the USSR, they were no longer there at that time.
      ((However, while reading books about the Moskovs metro, I found out that somewhere the images of Stalin were preserved.))
      Thus, it turns out that corn tried to implement what labeled started almost 30 years earlier? Destroy the social camp, push the friendly countries to the west, worsen the supply of food and goods, .......
  11. Sergej1972 23 March 2019 18: 27 New
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    Everything is superficially stated.
    1. Reptiloid 24 March 2019 14: 07 New
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      Everything is very well stated, given that this is not a large and detailed book about events in Hungary
  12. rayruav 23 March 2019 21: 07 New
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    were medieval bastards and sadists and will always be these forever don’t believe not only them but all of Europe they have a knife in the back for us is always ready just turn away
  13. Major_Vortex 23 March 2019 21: 30 New
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    Now the Hungarians have become more adequate than the same Poles. The Poles themselves in fascism and Russophobia plunged headlong. And the Hungarians keep their distance from this neo-Nazi coven. The USA is well-educated and patronized by the Nazis in Poland and the Baltic states - these are ready to lick their boots like loyal dogs.
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    the unique incompetence of Soviet leaders and the analysts who worked for them. ”

    Replace the word "Soviet" with the current "Russian" will be the same.
    And to conclude that Khrushchev deliberately did something there - nonsense, and the above quote explains everything.
    1. Begemot April 24 2019 14: 10 New
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      the unique incompetence of Soviet leaders and the analysts who worked for them. ”

      That's exactly what it was (and is). And in terms of t, n, sabotage is also incompetent enough. For example, several leaders of the distilleries were repressed because 400 liters of alcohol and 600 liters of water did not produce 1000 liters of vodka. The verdict is theft. Until it came to an attempt to mix experimentally and make sure that it was and that nothing was stolen, and that the repressed could not be returned, and what to do with those who conducted the investigation, knocked out testimonies, passed sentences - also pests - saboteurs!
      Remember Academician Lysenko - his ideologically correct plants, planted on the field in the form of a sickle and a hammer, could not lose politically alien in yield, and wheat and coconut crossed under the International should unequivocally bear tons of wood from coke biscuits according to 3. How many scientists, according to his slander, went to the grave, some to the exile. The absence of the intellectual elite, more precisely, its complete neglect by the authorities.
  15. friend of animals 25 March 2019 15: 33 New
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    That Khrushchev, that Brezhnev were considered as compromise figures for the nomenclature. The first seemed an executive dumbass, the second - a mattress. But as a result, both went out of control and did things. However, Stalin, as the sole ruler, the basis of personnel policy was personal devotion. Therefore, loyal mediocrity fell into power.
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    a homo-sovieticus has a strange or one-sided worldview, their own are good, others' meanings are bad, there is no one in the middle, and this is far from the case, in the middle just the entire main population of the country! Everything for this audience is seen in white and black, where the reference point is a specific event or action. What was before they are not interested in it, but in vain, this usually starts the reference point for the other side. That's what happened with the Hungarians. They were occupied at the end of 44, they did not have much sympathy for the USSR, which means that the crowd did not differ in a lot of support for the Reds. It would be nothing, but as was customary in the USSR, any territory had to be "cleaned up" of unnecessary estates and "enemy" elements in the Soviet sense. Hungarian national intelligentsia, large and not-so-great employees of the state apparatus, military, police, justice officials and other elements "hostile" in the understanding of the NKVD / MGB, went to the "expense" and landing - this, of course, did not cause sympathy from the conquered people. Step by step, the invaders led to the creation of a critical mass of dissatisfied in Hungary, which resulted in protests from the beginning, which grew into popular protests against the invaders and their minions. Depending on the bloodthirstiness of the Hungarian GB forces, they had to shed as much blood as they had let out folk blood! As they say .. blood for blood! I wouldn’t sculpt from them (Hungarian GBists) innocent lambs, we know that the Soviet MGB through the nostrils in folk blood, respectively, could not be otherwise!
    1. teron April 1 2019 16: 33 New
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      "they are good, strangers mean bad, in the middle there is nobody," - you are not talking about Bandera in a neighboring country, are you? Well, the Hungarians are the same nationalists. Hitler's loyal allies came to the USSR, where no one had called. They distinguished themselves by animal cruelty in relation to the civilian population. For which they were defeated and occupied. After the victory, they tried to communicate with them humanly, but it was necessary, probably as civilized Belgians with the Congolese, or as equally civilized British with the Tasmanians.