Hungarian Revolution Conversations, Part I
October 8, 2020
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Today I talk with Andrea Lauer Rice about the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 in Budapest, Hungary in general but also how it as shaped her family. It is part 1 of a 3 part series.

The written record of Andrea’s mother’s story can be found at the Freedom Fighter Oral History Website, which was established in 2005.

Edith Lauer’s Story – https://freedomfighter56.com/edith-lauer-1956-when-the-impossible-seemed-possible/

There are many stories there for you to read through and learn more about the Hungarian Revolution.

www.FreedomFighter56.com

If you have someone you want to interview, here is a wonderful resource:

Interview Guide – https://freedomfighter56.com/download/Interview_download.pdf

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