Labor camp in Hungary (Recsk)

Labor camp in Hungary (Recsk)

About 1,500 people were taken to the labor camp also known as ‘the Hungarian Gulag’ during the Rákosi era.

History

Keywords

Recsk, Hungarian gulag, gulag, Rákosi era, Rákosi, labor camp, socialism, communism, Stalinist, ÁVH, deportation, dictatorship, barrack, jail, watchtower, guard, prisoner, Hungary, camp, prison, oppression, history

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Questions

  • When did the Recsk labor camp function?
  • What happened to the Recsk labor camp in 1953?
  • How many internment and labor camps were built in Hungary in the early 1950s?
  • What is not true about the life in the Recsk labor camp?
  • What was not found on the site of the Recsk labor camp?
  • Which organization controlled internment and labor camps in Hungary?
  • How many people managed to successfully escape from the labor camp?
  • Is it true that the Hungarian government tried to keep the existence of labor camps in secret?
  • What are the crude beds used in the barracks of labor camps called?
  • How many barracks were here in the Recsk labor camp?
  • What was the basic weapon of the guards in the Recsk labor camp?
  • How many internees lived in a 20 m (65.62 ft) long and 7 m (22.97 ft) wide barrack?
  • How many people died in the Recsk labor camp due to the inhuman conditions?

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