HUNGARY: Asylum's End

One of the minor mysteries, in all the disorder of Hungary's last days of freedom, was the killing of Milenko Milovnov, a Yugoslav embassy secretary, as he stood "looking out the window" of the Yugoslav embassy on Stalin Square. Last week the mystery was cleared up: he was shot, all right, but not while staring out a window.

On Nov. 4, the last of Hungary's five days of freedom, Premier Imre Nagy knew that he had gone too far in giving in to the Hungarian rebels, in proclaiming Hungarian neutrality and denouncing the...

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