Hungarian Tragedy

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Peter Fryer's classic account of the armed confrontation between the Hungarian people and the Stalinist regime in 1956. Peter Fryer was the British Communist Party Daily Worker's correspondent in Hungary whose dispatches were censored in London. This edition is expanded to include Fryer's other writings of the period which show how the shock waves affected the Communist Party in Britain.

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Author Fryer, Peter
Binding Paperback
No. of Pages 192
Publisher Index Books
Date of Publication 1997
ISBN 9781871518146

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