|Caption||Hungarian Uprising. In 1956 the Hungarian people rose up against the harsh rule of their communist government. For a while it looked as though victory was within their grasp, but then the Soviet tanks and troops rolled into Budapest and the heroic but futile street fighting began. Original artwork for illustration on pp20-21 of Look and Learn issue no 597 (23 June 1973).|
|Artist||Graham Coton (1926-2003)|
|Copyright notice||© Look and Learn|
|Keywords||Hungary Hungarian Uprising communists Soviet Union Russia Imre Nagy Janos Kadar stones tanks|
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