Refugee Press is a publishing company specializing in educating Americans and citizens of the West of the dangers of the totalitarian and socialist/communist governments.
Balazs Szabo was born in Soviet (Communist) occupied Hungary in 1943. The nation of 10 million suffered under the persecution of the big dictatorial government. Hopelessness reached the boiling point in the “worker’s paradise,”
as people revolted, risking death. The previously unarmed civilians raided government gun manufacturing facilities; untrained they took to the streets in 1956. More than fifty thousand perished before the bloody revolution’s demise. Thousands were captured, tortured, executed or sent to forced labor camps. Balazs escaped at age thirteen from AVO secret police house arrest and headed for the border on a bicycle. Fortunately, before the revolt the border was mistakenly cleared of field mines on the orders of an incompetent communist bureaucrat. Having escaped, Balazs shares his captivating story with the American people of the dangers of big governments.
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