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Active in the 1956 Hungarian revolution

List of witnesses


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Zoltán Gúth (1929)

born on November 1, 1929 in Maglód occasional, underqualified jobs in 1948 wetback to the Soviet Union, condemned to forced labour camp in Siberia in exile in the Soviet Union, Russian wife and family returned to Hungary worked in mine and in ... arrows 


Ing., Colonel Oldřich Hukal (1937)

Born in Prague on 10 March 1937 Spent his childhood in Terezín, Libochovice, Ústí nad Labem and Litoměřice Studied a military school Deployed in Hungaria during the uprising of 1956 Servedin garrisons in Bor u Tachova, Česká Třebová, Horní Počernice Worked ... arrows 


Jenő Ivánfi (1929)

1929 was born 1947 studies at Szeged University 1949 expelled from the University for his political views 1949 autumn – continued his university studies at Budapest University 1952 got chemist degree 1952-1954 engineer at Borsod Chemical Trust 1954-1956 ... arrows 


János Kenedi (1947)

was born on July 12, 1947 brought messages between revolutionary groups in 1956 1966 got school-leaving exam yob at Kalef trainee at Esti Hírlap between 1966 and 1968 trainee, editor, and film critic at Budapester Rundschau 1968-1970 editor at Magvető ... arrows 


Tamás Lukách (1923 - 2000)

was born on August 4, 1923 in Wien lived in Budapest since 1927 was active in the youth’s paramilitary movement was forced to give up secondary school because of the world economic crisis qualified engine fitter in 1942 joined the military forces ... arrows 


Bálint Ordódy (1931)

born on February 13, 1931 1941 began studies at the Secondary School of Piarist Order 1947 his father emigrated to Switzerland 1947 Palatinus Joint Stock Company is nationalized 1948 his mother fled to Austria 1948 settled in Paris 1949 finished secondary ... arrows 


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