Cadets Inspect Bullet Holes from the 1956 Hungarian Revolution

Jun 26, 2019

Cadets Inspect Bullet Holes from the 1956 Hungarian RevolutionCadets on the Cold War Staff Ride continued their study of Communist Hungary. In Kossuth Square, cadets inspected the bullet holes left by the Soviet Army's suppression of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution. Later, they traveled to Liberty Square where they discussed the post-Soviet government's placement of a Ronald Reagan Statue in in Budapest's Liberty Square next to a Soviet War Memorial.


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