Dedicated to the 100 million victims of communism worldwide.
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National Exhibit
Imre Nagy
Imre Nagy was a lifelong communist and victim of the system he served. He came from peasant background and after taken prisoner of war in World War I in 1915 became a communist joining the Soviet Communist Party and fighting in the Civil War.
Mathias Rakosi
Rakosi was the most powerful and most unpopular Hungarian communist leader who used to be called "the best Hungarian pupil of Stalin." He did have personal contacts with Stalin and faithfully implemented all of his commands and suggestions...
Janos Kadar
Kadar joined the illegal Hungarian communist party in 1931 and spent several years in prison in the 1930s for his political activities...
Andras Hegedus
Hegedus is probably best known in Hungary for inviting the Soviet troops in late October 1956 when he was prime minister to put down the Revolution...
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Location:  Eastern Europe
Capital:  Budapest
Communist Rule:  1949-1989
Status:  Dissolved - 23.10.1989
Victims of Communism:
27 000