The Georgia Statue to Honor the 1956 Revolution
August 4, 2021
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The Georgia Statue to Honor the 1956 Revolution
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In this episode of the Hungarian Living podcast, I visit with Andrea Lauer Rice about an exciting new project! There will be a statue in Georgia to honor those who participated in the 1956 Hungarian Revolution.

If you want to learn more about this project and contribute, here are some links:

Details and Donations

Facebook Page: Georgia Statue to Honor 1956 Hungarian Revolution

For more information on a related project about the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, visit Freedom Fighter 56

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