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Extra resources for 1945 - A Break with the Past
Allegedly, a Stalinist group in the Central Committee (led by Marshal Rokovski a former Soviet marshal and since 1949 the top commander of the Polish Army) invited the delegation to Warsaw. Khrushchev wanted to prevent the Central Committee from rehabilitating Gomulka but achieved nothing. He returned to Moscow, leaving his marshals in Warsaw. It became clear from Gomulka's speech at the plenary session that he was heading toward a communist orientation similar to that taken by Yugoslav President Tito.
The resulting distrust on both sides had an indisputably direct and negative influence on the rapprochement between Yugoslavia and East Germany. The events in Hungary, and especially Tito's comments on the Soviet military intervention in Hungary (particularly in his Pula speech on November 11, 1956), cast a shadow on both bilateral and inter-party relations for a long time to come. Immediately after the speech, an extensive correspondence began between the Soviet and Yugoslav communist parties regarding these issues, and the highest Soviet party and national functionaries continually reproached Tito and Yugoslavia for hypocritical behavior that harmed the socialist cause.
The Red Army attack on Budapest began on the morning of November 4, despite the fact that the UN Security Council which met the same day opposed the attack. The passing of a resolution to this effect was prevented by the Soviet veto. The attack was massive. Some data indicates that the Soviet Union used fifteen percent of its armored divisions. Events that day unfolded quickly. At eight in the morning of November 4, the legitimate government of Imre Nagy received an ultimatum, demanding that it step down or the Red Army would begin to bombard Budapest.
1945 - A Break with the Past by Zdenko Cepic (Editor)