Freedom Fighter 56
This oral history website collects stories from freedom fighters, participants, observers and family members of '56-ers to pass the stories onto the next generation. Based on this website, two books have been published. The site also provides access to FF56!, an educational computer game about 1956.
The Institute for the History of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution has a variety of resource material about the Revolution, including a detailed day-by-day history of events, a photo archive, oral histories and more.
1956 Institute on sulinet
This is a special site created by The Institute for the History of the 1956 Hungarian Revolution for use on sulinet (the Hungarian school network), with a day-by-day description of events.
Listen to actual broadcasts from Hungarian Radio from 1956. In addition to accessing broadcasts from the archives, this site is filled with photos and detailed information about the events of the Revolution.
Journey Home, Documentary Film
Journey Home (Hazatrs) is an award-winning documentary film by Reka Pigniczky. A journey by two American women to bury their father's ashes in Hungary becomes a quest to discover what he did as a freedom fighter during the Revolution of 1956, and how it changed all of their lives forever
Terror House Museum, Budapest
The House of Terror Museum is a monument to Hungarians who were held captive, tortured or killed in this building during the two bloodiest periods of communism and fascism. The Museumintends to make people understand that the sacrifice for freedom was not in vain.
Torn from the Flag, Documentary Film
Torn from the Flag is a feature-length, English-language documentary film about the significant global effects and international participants of the Hungarian Revolution and Freedom Fight of 1956. The film was directed by Klaudia Kovacs and Endre Hules and was released in 2007. It has won several documentary awards.