Helping Hungarians


“Helping Hungarians” tells of what was, in the late autumn of 1956, the British attention to the Hungarian cause. The idea behind this article is to give back the feeling of serious trouble, of relative communion and embryonic desire of helping young Hungarian refugees, who still believed possible to free their country from Soviet's yoke. Based on documents of the National Archives (London), the article highlights the unresolved English mood towards the Hungarian cause, burdened by the contemporary Suez crisis.

DOI Code: 10.1285/i22808949a5n2p473

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