vineri, 21 octombrie 2011

BUDAPESTA, CASA TERORII - CONFERINTA "1956: WHO HAVE DIED FOR THEE..."



 1956
"Who have died for thee ..."


Chairperson: Gabor Tallai, programme director of the House of Terror Museum
Program:
10:00 - 1956 – “Play still!” - Documentary

10: 25 - The Chairperson introduces Hans Kaiser, the Head of Konrad Adenauer Foundation Office in Hungary
10: 30 - Hans Kaiser: Welcome address
10: 38 - The chairperson introduces the event and presents Maria Schmidt, Director General of the House of Terror Museum
10: 40 – Mária Schmidt: "Who have died for thee ..."
10: 53 - The chairperson introduces the lecturers
10: 55 - Miklós Horváth: Heroes and / or victims? - In Memoriam 1956

11: 25 Coffee break

11:48 - The chairperson introduces the lecturers
11:50 - Sándor M. Kiss: Communist duty (Political background of the Ilona Tóth case)
12: 20 - Hubertus Knabe: The Hungarian revolution and its impacts on Germany
12: 50 - Kund Halmy: They fought for Hungary’s freedom

13: 25 Lunch break

14:28 - The chairperson introduces the lecturers
14:30 - Adrian Cioflanca: The Thaw as a Trap. Echoes of 1956 in Communist Romania.
15:00 - Nick Thorpe: 1956 – The view from Kiev and Moscow
15:30 - Karol Sauerland: The people can be heroes too - Not only by Polish experience
16:00 - Gabriella Müller: (In)justice in the process against Géza Pech
16:20 - Zoltán Kovacs: The symbolic significance of freedom
16:50 - Comments and discussion

Venue:
House of Terror Museum
(60 Andrássy Road, Budapest 1062)
Time:
Friday, October 21, 2011
Simultaneous interpretation will be provided at the conference
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