Case Studies: Poland and Hungary

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Both Russians and Germans used repression as a tool to stop any form of resistance coming from the anti-totalitarian regime. The bands that tried somehow to disobey the orders coming from the communists or the Nazis were shot, imprisoned in special camp or deported.

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Facultatea de tiine PoliticeUnIVERSITATEA BUCURETI-SPE I-Eastern Europe;Case Studies: Poland and HungaryStudents:Stefanache Sabina-Aurora, Iorga Alexandra, Niculae Raluca-Maria, Cernea Ioana-Antonia, Iorga Raluca-Elena, Novac Luciana, Dragan Alina-Mihaela, Popescu Alexandra-Elena, Preda Florin-AlexandruCoordinator:Lect. Dr. Dragos Petrescu11/04/2012SummaryChapter IIntroduction3Chapter IIHungary..4Under Soviet Domination...6The Revolution of 1956..7The Kadar Regime..8The Reforms...9The Fall of Communism.10Chapter IIIPoland11Chapter IVDebate Questios..19Bibliography

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