The 1956 Hungarian Revolution – in pictures | World news | The Guardian

Czech-born John Sadovy was sent to Budapest by Life magazine and photographed three days of the Hungarian revolution. Slipping past border guards at night, he took graphic photographs that revealed the cruel reality of the Soviet-controlled state for the first time, and earned him the Robert Capa gold medal

Source: The 1956 Hungarian Revolution – in pictures | World news | The Guardian

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