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World-class Hungarian Pianist Adam György at Faneuil Hall

Hungarian Society of Massachusetts Commemorates 1956

HIF was a proud supporter of a series of events in Boston, MA commemorating the 1956 Revolution hosted by the Hungarian Society of Massachusetts. Executive Director Anna Smith Lacey represented HIF at a number of the programs, which among others, included a wreath laying ceremony at Liberty Square and an impressive commemoration at historic Faneuil Hall featuring keynote speaker Balázs Somogyi […]

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1956 Commemorations Across America

The Hungarian American community across the United States commemorated the 60th anniversary of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution and Freedom Fight. As part of HIF’s mission of  fostering a better understanding of Hungarian culture and history, both past and present in the United States, we proudly support the following events nationwide: NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ | October 14 The […]

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HIF Proudly Supports: Spirit of Hungary USA Tour

Specially created for its 2016 North American tour, this invigorating dance performance by the Hungarian National Dance Ensemble commemorates the spirit of the historic 1956 Hungarian Revolution against Soviet rule and celebrates the vibrant and energetic folklore of the Hungarians in the Carpathian Basin. The Hungarian National Dance Ensemble (Magyar Nemzeti Táncegyüttes) is one of […]

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More than 125 people joined in the commemoration and celebration, including a number of civic leaders from greater Atlanta.

HIF Proudly Supports: Atlanta Exhibit on the 1956 Revolution

“THE 1956 HUNGARIAN FREEDOM FIGHT: 60 YEARS LATER,” a special multimedia exhibit, opened in metropolitan Atlanta at Arts Clayton Gallery. It is the first exhibit in the United States to commemorate and celebrate the 1956 Revolution during this special anniversary year. The exhibit tells the story of the Hungarian Revolution and Freedom Fight in 1956 […]

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