Hungarian Conservative

Tag: Memorial Day for the Victims of Communism

Among other programmes, between 20 and 23 February the museum’s historians will hold presentations for secondary school students interested in history. During these sessions, students will be able to learn
Nagy was a highly controversial figure in Hungarian history, whose assessment is still a source of intense debates…He did stand up for the Hungarian Revolution in 1956—for debatable reasons—; but
The abduction by the Soviets of Smallholder Party MP Béla Kovács marked the beginning of the consolidation of a Communist authoritarian regime in Hungary.