Hungarian Revolution Conversations, Part II
October 16, 2020
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Hungarian Living
Hungarian Living
Hungarian Revolution Conversations, Part II
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In this episode I continue my conversation with Andrea Lauer Rice about the impact of the Hungarian Revolution of 1956 in Budapest, Hungary. We discuss ways to help children make a connection to the revolution.

Here are some resources to help those aged 9-14 understand more about that time in history.

DOWNLOADABLE BOOKLET ON 1956

https://lauerlearning.com/freedomfighters/

Discover, celebrate, and share Hungarian heritage! We conduct interviews as well as share stories from our listeners and share meaningful resources.

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