The Hungarian Revolution 1956, an Eyewitness Account by George Gömöri

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 14/11/2014
18:15 - 19:30

Location
Departament of Plant Sciences


The Cambridge University Hungarian Society is delighted to announce the first talk of the term given by George Gömöri.

George Gömöri, poet, Emeritus Fellow of Darwin College, taught Polish and Hungarian Literature for over thirty years in Cambridge. As a fourth-year student at ELTE, Budapest he was one of the key figures who organised the student march on October 23rd, 1956,which lead to the historical event known as the Hungarian Revolution.

The talk will in English. Entry is free for members and non-members as well.

Venue:
Downing Site Department of Plant Sciences, Tom ap Rees Room. Directions here

Come along to find out more.