CIA/International Operations Division guidance for Radio Free Europe at the outset of the Hungarian Revolution calls for extensive use of President Eisenhower’s September 23 statement on maintaining the spirit of freedom and for caution in pre-judging Imre Nagy.
November 2, 1956
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CIA redistributes a State Department message of November 1 endorsing RL’s [temporary] ban on commentary on Hungarian events.
Obtained and contributed to CWIHP by A. Ross Johnson. Cited Ch3 n106 in his book Radio Free Europe and Radio Liberty, CIA mandatory declassification review document number C01441021
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