Rosemary Ryan Imregi

Goodbye Danube

In October 1956, The Young College Age Citizens Of Budapest Hungary Begin A Revolution To Rid Their Country Of A Communist Regime. Benci Benedeck, His Wife Irene, And Their Four Children Become A Part Of That Revolution By Leading Friends, And Neighbors Through A Treacherous Escape To Austria.
The World Will Know Of The Thousands That Died, Begging For Freedom From A Government Void Of Any Compassion For Human Life. Headlines In Newspapers Call The Revolution, «The Rape Of Budapest.»
248 printed pages
Original publication



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