FREEDOM ’56 is about the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 and how Hungary, a small nation of 10 million started the process that broke up the Soviet empire in 1991. It is a timely compilation from a wealth of interviews and accounts of first hand information from survivors, friends and adversaries of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956. The accounts are from ’56-ers from all walks of life and from all over the world, presenting New Material never before published in one single book
FREEDOM ’56 looks back across more than fifty years of history of the spontaneous rebellion by Hungarians and some 200,000 refugees who escaped as well as those who stayed often enduring years of imprisonment and oppression by the Soviet occupation and the Hungarian Communist Party.
A MUST READ for anyone interested in and affiliated with the 1956 Revolution; friends, children and grandchildren will learn about their roots.