VERITAS Research Institute and Archives

18 October 2016

The Central European Association Club Pannonia will organize a conference titled The 1956 Hungarian Revolution’s History-Altering Impact on the Future of Hungary and Central Europe and a related stage performance based on the diary entries of ’56 writer László Németh titled Snapped Chains. The main objectives of the event are to evoke historical memories of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution and its era, to pay homage to its heroes and victims and to share their stories with the larger public.  

Historian Sándor M. Kiss, legal expert Frigyes Kahler, military historian Endre Marossy and historian János Sáringer of the VERITAS Research Institute for History will all make presentations.

Location: The Thomas Hotel and adjacent conference hall, Liliom Street 44-48, Budapest
Date: 3 PM on (Tuesday) October 18th, 2016

Program

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