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Mindszenty

Joseph. 1892--1975, Hungarian cardinal. He was sentenced to life imprisonment on a charge of treason (1949) but released during the 1956 Revolution
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"Just three years into the cold war - 1948 - Mao Zedong had won control of China, Hungary's Communist opponent Jozsef Cardinal Mindszenty had been arrested, and the USSR's blockade of Berlin was in place.
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