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Which of the following was not a cause of the Hungarian revolution of 1956?
The communist repression of the Catholic Church
Khrushchev's policy of "destalinisation"
What was the first sign that a revolution was starting?
Rakosi asked for 400 people to be arrested.
Eisenhower promised to help the Hungarians.
Students toppled a statue of Stalin.
Who took over from Rakosi on 24 October 1956?
What did Khrushchev order on 28 October that made it look like he would accept the Hungarian revolution?
He ordered the arrest of 400 troublemakers.
He spoke on Hungarian Radio to support the revolution.
He pulled Russian troops out of Budapest.
How long did freedom last in Hungary?
Which Catholic leader was released from prison to join the new government?
What did Nagy announce on 3 November that made Khrushchev decide to send in the troops?
Hungary was going to make an alliance with Yugoslavia.
Hungary was going to leave the Warsaw Pact.
Hungary was going to stop being communist.
How many Russian tanks were sent into Hungary?
How many Hungarians were killed in the revolution?
Which of the following was not a result of the Hungarian revolution?
Many Communists in the west resigned from the Communist Party.
Western politicians became less determined to contain communism.
Russia stayed in control behind the Iron Curtain.