Share 2015. September 14. John Paul II was an unrelenting human rights advocate A Polish-Hungarian conference was organised to commemorate the 40th anniversary of the Archbishop of Krakow, Karol Wojtyła’s election to be the pope. One of the participants of the conference was Michael August Blume, Apostolic Nuncio to Hungary. Share 2018. October 11. Foreign Affairs of the Kádár-regime Foreign politics and diplomats working in foreign affairs worked to represent primarily the interests of the Soviet empire and the state party, and not that of the Hungarian society it was said in Vasárnapi Újság. Share 2018. September 24. Let us remember again and again A special exhibition has opened in Nagykőrös in front of the City Hall. The unusual exhibit shows the public the ruthless demolition of peasantry through pictures and stories. Share 2018. September 11. Hungarian Heroes: Géza Péch An unarmed freedom fighter and martyr of 1956 Share 2018. August 16. How Communists destroyed the countryside The track switch of 1945 after 1948 was clearly a tail track - or to stay with the transportation metaphors, a dead end for the countryside in Hungary - and this dead end is shown in a recent work published by the Committee of National Remembrance, which meets a long felt need. Share 2018. July 23. An exhibition on the elimination of the peasantry is available in Budapest. An exhibition on the elimination of the peasantry has opened in the Museum of Hungarian Agriculture. Share 2018. June 25. The martyr priest died fulfilling his duty On 1 May János Brenner, who was killed on the night of 14 December 1957 during Kádár’s retaliation period, is going to be beatified in Szombathely. The priest’s canonization was decided by Pope Francis in November. Share 2018. April 29. Land of Our Fathers Around half of the population was involved in the collectivization of peasants’ farms between 1948 and 1961. Share 2018. March 22. A historian, martyr of 1956 is commemorated on Polish social media There is a commemorative piece of writing about Zoltán I. Tóth (19111956). Share 2017. December 20. Intimidation and solidarity after 1956 The retaliation on the Church after 1956 was hard on priests in the countryside and secular officials said Réka Földváryné Kiss. We were talking about the events that happened 60 years ago with the chairperson of the Committee of National Remembrance. Share 2017. December 20. European Remembrance – Lectures, Discussions, Commentaries, 2012–16 Steering Committee introduction to the publication: European Remembrance.... Share 2017. January 11. The heritage of communism is also poisonous in the West 'Revolution is an answer to tyranny from not the most oppressed but the most repressed peoples'... Share 2016. May 24. The 1956 Revolution belongs to the common remembrance of European peoples The 1956 Hungarian Revolution belongs to the common remembrance of European peoples... Share 2016. May 23. The international reputation of the revolution needs to be rebuilt The 1956 Hungarian Revolution has to be restored to its rightful place in European remembrance. Share 2016. May 23. The number of victims of the communist retaliation is still unclear To this day it is not known how many people fell victim to the communist retaliation, and researchers of the topic face serious difficulties... Share 2016. May 09. A commemorative plaque was unveiled for the young man shot on the “Black Thursday” of Poznan Romek Strzalkowski’s commemorative plaque was placed next to Péter Mansfeld’s, the youngest victim of the 1956 Revolution and War of Independence, on the wall of Mansfeld’s school in Medve Street. Share 2016. May 07.