B083 - Uprising: One Nation's Nightmare. Hungary, 1956 / By David Irving

 What happened in Hungary in October 1956 was not a revolution but an insurrection.  It was an uprising.  When it began, it was spontaneous and leaderless, and it was truly a movement of the masses bound by one common  hatred of the regime.  Yet it was an anti-communist uprising like no other. Paperback, 377 pp