Accession Number ADA589819
Title American Policy toward Eastern Bloc Countries Influencing the Hungarian Revolution of 1956.
Publication Date Jun 2013
Media Count 112p
Personal Author K. A. Ferguson
Abstract The Hungarian Revolution exposed the contradictions in U.S. policy that had existed since the formation of the Psychological Warfare Campaign during the Truman Administration and its growth during the Eisenhower Administration. Because of leadership failures and organizational problems within the Eisenhower Administration, this psychological warfare effort encouraged the Hungarian people to rise up in rebellion, even though the Administration was unprepared to support such an uprising and the Department of State had opposed such agitation. Throughout the revolution, Radio Free Europe continued to broadcast messages of support to the fighters on the streets of Budapest. Exploration of the formation and organization of the Psychological Warfare Campaign presents insights into the thoughts of policy makers in the early days of the Cold War.
Keywords Chronologies
Civilian population
Cold war
Eastern europe
Eisenhower dwight d
Foreign policy
History
Hungarian revolution
Hungary
Leadership
Political revolution
Psychological warfare
Psychological warfare campaign
Public opinion
Radio broadcasting
Radio free europe
Radio liberty
Reaction(Psychology)
Theses
Truman harry s
United nations
United states government
Ussr


 
Source Agency Non Paid ADAS
NTIS Subject Category 92 - Behavior & Society
92D - Education, Law, & Humanities
45C - Common Carrier & Satellite
45B - Radio & Television Equipment
Corporate Author Army Command and General Staff Coll., Fort Leavenworth, KS.
Document Type Thesis
Title Note Master's thesis.
NTIS Issue Number 1409
Contract Number N/A

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