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1956: National Uprising Erupts in Hungary  
A national uprising against the Stalinist regime erupted in Hungary on October 23, 1956. But when the Hungarian Prime Minister, Imre Nagry announced Hungary would withdraw from the Warsaw Pact, Soviet tanks rolled into Hungary and put a speedy end to the revolt.

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A national uprising against the Stalinist regime erupted in Hungary on October 23, 1956. Who started it?
  The unions demanding higher pay
  Students protesting for an end to Stalinism
  Farmers revolting over falling prices
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