Hungarians Will Never Forget The 1956 Hungarian Revolution

Hungarians all over the world will never forget what happened to their country during the 1956 revolution.

October 23rd, 1956, Thousands marched through central Budapest to the Hungarian Parliament building, as students asked for change. One student died and was wrapped in a flag

and held above the crowd, which started the revolution.


Soviet destruction of the city.




Soviets killing innocent civilians, men, women and children.

Civilians fighting for their freedom

Over 2,500 Hungarian civilians—men, women, children—were killed during the

three-week conflict, and 200,000 Hungarians fled as refugees in to other countries.

Today being the 63rd anniversary to the Hungarian Revolution is the perfect time to read up about the heroic people who fought against communism for a free and better country.

The Eleventh Arrow is a book based upon a true story of a courageous couple and their three children escaping the Russian communists during the 1956 Hungarian revolution.

The Eleventh Arrow not only captures the essence of the time period, but also gives readers a glimpse at Hungarian history.

Meet Terezia and József Szilágyi, Married July 8th, 1950.

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Now click on the YouTube link and watch a short video of the village of Gomba Hungary, where the Eleventh Arrow lived before the conflict began.

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Because of this revolution, decades later when communism fell, the Hungarian people are now allowed to live peaceful, free lives.

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