УГОРСЬКА РЕВОЛЮЦІЯ 1956 РОКУ В УКРАЇНСЬКІЙ ІСТОРІОГРАФІЇ ТА МЕМУАРИСТИЦІ
THE 1956 HUNGARIAN REVOLUTION IN UKRAINIAN HISTORIOGRAPHY AND MEMOIRS
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The article deals with Ukrainian historians’ scholarly contributions to investigate the events of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution, as well as the reflection of these historical and at the same time tragic events in memoir literature. The influence on the Ukrainian historical science of a new stage in the development of Hungarian and Russian historiographies of the 1956 October Revolution, which began in the late 1980s and early 1990s, is noted. Among the studies of domestic historians, the author highlights the monographs of I. Korol', V. Luschaj and R. Pyliavets', publications about echoes of the 1956 Hungarian events in Transcarpathia, as well as memoirs of the Ukrainian public-political and cultural figure, dissident and human rights activist L. Taniuk.
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