Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Hungary” in chapter 14, section c.14.5, page 63 of Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 15.:
...very radical by the ruling powers, but were eagerly accepted by the young men of the nation, he advocated the emancipation of the peasants, the freedom of the press, and an independent government for Hungary .
In 1848, which has been called the year of revolution, Europe was honeycombed with revolutionary ideas.
The despotism of the government, which ground down the laboring class, gave rise to incr...
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