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2017 | 26 |
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ПОДІЇ 1956 РОКУ В УГОРЩИНІ Й ПОЗИЦІЯ ООН

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THE EVENTS OF 1956 IN HUNGARY AND THE UN POSITION
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This article covers the influence of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution on international relations, in particular on the official position of the United States, Great Britain and France. It analyses the process of discussing “the Hungarian question” at the UN Security Council and at the emergency General Assembly session. The author emphasizes the significance of the activities of the special commission for investigating events in Hungary established by the UN General Assembly in autumn 1956, as well as the great merit of the Danish diplomat Bang Jensen in investigating and formulating the text of commission’s report, which covered the struggle of the Hungarian people for freedom.
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