Photographer Erich Lessing documents the Budapest uprising of 1956. His powerful photographs provide a stunning pictorial record of the revolt by Hungarian citizens who rose up against Soviet rule. They convey the great emotions as well as the high cost of war, capturing both the Hungarians and the Soviet troops who quelled their rebellion.

Format: Hardcover
Pages: 249
Size: 31x31x2.7 cm
Thames & Hudson (London, 2006),
Adam Biro (Paris, 2006)