Farkas 1956

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Farkas 1956 - before; I of| in New! theater call. Oct. 9. a...
before; I of| in New! theater call. Oct. 9. a bomb! 1 DUT-IAPPST H n n n a TM persons. BUDAPEST, H u n g ary the;( AP ) ~ The stat _ e P rosec «- Hungary Will Try 2 Stalin Era Purgers this!' announced Friday he is completing an indict- last ment against Mihaly Tar- at; kas and his son Vladimir, , : n o t o r i o u s Stalin Armyj d several form- theater pul f 6 ! s ' . ana , fs - eral t orm lonely I e r h i g h officers of the Fort!secret police. the three Mihaly Farkas was minister and the country's only a three-star general during the were j gime of former Dictator Matyas iRakosi. | He was ousted from the jnist party last spring for the he played in police investigations leading to lhe faked Irial of execuled former foreign minister, Laszlo Rajk, and other Titoist urn "in V1 w, ln ^ · ,, , , i da y morning. Ru^r armT^r World War II was a colonel AVH. the secret police. He is accused of having personally tor- tured Janos Kadar, the present premier, after Kadar was arrest- announcemenl said "of indictment will ilc night ! ed in 195 °- Miha 'y and Vladimir his|ff kas were arrested in mid -° c - the sins of the Rakosi-Gen j Farkas clique committed in lhe course of long years against 1 ^ viduals and our entire nation." e s w a s » ' *»* PTMeculor's at soon declde whether Farkas and 1 Mr. d l al j;; [ bis associates will be brought the] the Ernoe Geroe, who no( :nakosi as lhe party boss July, is generally believed loj ] D !Ra into llav 'e been the one who called car.i Rllssian troops to put down thejmight Octol h a t j j 0 had r e d t h e castwan iber revolt. He was have gone to Russia H a m m-ir. H,amTiar. . _ , , , . ,, and the Arab-Israel, PTM pronounced dead the Communist governments h a d Son year? to conceal a mnr much higher livinr stand-irikRniai _ , . . . . ", '.'""!-· ·the revolt, but recent rumors he had returned to Hungary. qiatp The trials of the father and and their secrel | however, still was over the ;ging economy, and i which ed t h a t i t would nelp if the Soviet Union and Western countries sc; up techni- icaljnformation bureaus here. of

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  1. Anderson Herald,
  2. 29 Dec 1956, Sat,
  3. Page 1

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