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The Guardian

Hungary 1989

January 26, 1989. “Hungary’s samizdat in open.”
February 27, 1989. “Hungarian Solidarity.”
March 9, 1989. “Danube dam is halted.”
March 30, 1989. “‘Nagy body’ exhumed in Hungary.”
April 22, 1989. “Hungary invite for Romanian dissident.”
April 26, 1989. “La Cicciolina’s dove gives life for Hungary peace.”
May 9, 1989. “Kadar stripped of party post.”
May 15, 1989. “Danube dam plan frozen amid referendum call.”
May 15, 1989. “Danube dam project halted amid calls for referendum.”
May 22, 1989. “Reformers debate Hungary’s future.”
May 30, 1989. “Hungary paper ridicules leader.”
May 31, 1989. “Nagy execution was illegal say Hungarian Communists.”
June 3, 1989. “Hungary cuts spending.”
June 12, 1989. “Hungarian opposition agrees to talks.”
June 26, 1989. “Pozsgay wins nomination for president.”
June 27, 1989. “Party gears up for poll.”
July 7, 1989. “Kadar death fails to halt Nagy trial.”
July 10, 1989. “Trip raises Hungarian hopes for Western aid.”
July 13, 1989. “First Lady visits refugee village.”
July 15, 1989. “Hungarian workers bid last farewell to Kadar.”
July 22, 1989. “Hugary gets taste of free elections.”
July 24, 1989. “First seat in parliament for the Hungarian opposition.”
July 31, 1989. “Hungary hears the word of Graham.”
August 9, 1989. “Election blow to Hungarian party.”
August 11, 1989. “Hungary relaxes policy on illegal border crossings.”
August 12, 1989. “Czech invasion ‘mistaken step.'”
August 21, 1989. “Hungary ‘should drop equality.'”
August 25, 1989. “Embassy refugees cross into West.”
September 2, 1989. “Party reformists plan strategy.”
September 4, 1989. “Red Cross opens new camp for flood of East German refugees.”
September 11, 1989. “Hungary opens for mass flight.”
September 11, 1989. “Hungary opens for mass flight.” (Front page view.)
September 12, 1989. “Rose welcome at the border.”
September 18, 1989. “Opposition wins Hungarian seat.”
September 19, 1989. “Hungary agrees on new rules for presidential elections.”
September 20, 1989. “Dissidents reject deal on elections.”
September 23, 1989. “East Germans allowed to return for belongings.”
September 27, 1989. “Group challenges Budapest control.”
October 2, 1989. “Hapsburg nominated.”
October 9, 1989. “Hungary’s radicals threaten to break away in power bid.”
October 10, 1989. “Hungarian reformers pull back from split.”
October 11, 1989. “Rivals round on Hungary party.”
October 18, 1989. “Hungary opens new law debate.”
October 20, 1989. “Hungarians ban workplace cells.”
October 21, 1989. “Hungary seals break with past.”
October 23, 1989. “Hungary Forum picks candidate for presidency.”
October 24, 1989. “Hungary’s 1956 revolution finally comes into its own.”
October 30, 1989. “Hungary election plan in disarray.”
1 November, 1989. “Hungarians get parliamentary green light to scrap hydro-electric dam.”
13 November, 1989. “Hungarian minister foresees dissolution of military blocs.”
20 November, 1989. “Greens ready for poll.”
27 November, 1989. “Presidential poll proves popular.”
28 November, 1989. “Referendum blow for Hungary rulers.”

Hungary 1990

30 January, 1990. “Susan Viets adds from Budapest.”
2 February, 1990. “Hungarians unveil a Thatcherite and ‘uncompromising’ manifesto.”
27 February 1990. “Hungary bus workers protest at decrease in rouble trade.”
3 March 1990. “Hungary bugging scandal returns to dog Pozsgay.”
13 March 1990. “Soviet troops cheered on their way.”
23 March 1990. “Ethnic rivals agree to truce.”
24 March 1990. “Hungarian parties in fight for late votes.”
26 March 1990. “Jostle over rural vote will determine power broker.”
27 March 1990. “Forum ahead in Hungarian poll.”
29 March 1990. “Poll leaders seek coalition partners.”
9 April 1990. “Low turnout in Hungarian poll.”
10 April 1990. “Triumph for Democratic Forum in Hungarian vote.”
4 May 1990. “Hungary’s parliament warned of country’s ‘economic crisis.'”
9 May 1990. “Charles warns of ecology ‘follies.'”
23 May 1990. “Hungary to join West ‘within decade.'”
28 May 1990. “New mantle for Hungary party.”
20 June 1990. “Peace Corps gets to work in Hungary.”
30 June 1990. “Hungary brings in high-speed privatization.”

Ukraine March 1990

6 March 1990. “Ukraine opposition prepares for power.”
7 March 1990. “Ukrainians call for independence.”

The Independent

Ukraine 1990

16 July 1990. “Ukraine to vote on sweeping changes.”
17 July 199. “Ukraine adopts hard-line stance with Moscow.”
18 July 1990. “Jolt for Moscow as Ukrainian allies break away.”
23 July 1990. “Ukraine ‘to stake UK gold claim for 16,000 bn pounds'”
24 July 1990. “Old-guard leader for Ukraine.”25 July 1990. “Kiev runs up the national flag.”
10 August 1990. “Chernobyl fears cause strike.”
21 August 1990. “No escape for Chernobyl refugees who ran but couldn’t hide.”
1 October 1990. “‘Awakening’ Ukrainians rally to general-strike call.”
2 October 1990. “March of thousands in Kiev.”
4 October 1990. “Ukraine to demand share of aid money.”
12 October 1990. “Kiev rallies to cause of striking students.”
17 October 1990. “Ukraine students march towards their revolution.”
18 October 1990. “Ukraine students see off their PM.”
19 October 1990. “Victorious Kiev students return to their classes.”
26 October 1990. “Goodbye to Lenin and Hello Gandhi.”
29 October 1990. “Rukh MPs challenge ‘Russian’ church.”
30 October 1990. “Coupon system.”
7 November 1990. “Kiev students threaten army parade.”
19 November 1990. “Radical leader arrested in Kiev.”
20 November 1990. “Yeltsin signs historic pact in Kiev.”
7 December 1990. “Ukraine boycott.”
19 December 1990. “German first aid to Kiev.”

Ukraine 1991

21 January 1991. “Ukrainian support for Vilnius struggle.”
24 January 1991. “US team says ‘Ivan’ not Demjanjuk.”
14 February 1991. “Ukrainian parliament votes to hold its own poll on Soviet unity.”
2 March 1991. “Ukrainian miners stage warning strike.”
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 March 1991. “Tatars return to land of their ancestors.”
18 March 1991. “Ukrainian leader votes ‘to avoid Moscow’s tug of war.'”
19 March 1991. “Voters send Gorbachev angry signals.”
22 March 1991. “Britain’s new link with Ukraine.”
23 March 1991. “Leader’s sights set on free Ukraine.”
1 April 1991. “A tense Ukraine welcomes Greek patriarch.”
12 April 1991. “Minsk strike ended.”
16 May 1991. “Radical MP goes on trial in Ukraine.”
17 May 1991. “Trial halted.”
20 July 1991. “Protest at Ukrainian’s ‘violent’ arrest.”
19 August 1991. “Music is politics to fans’ ears in Ukraine.”
22 August 1991. “Thousands rejoice but Kravchuk may rue his hesitancy.”
26 August 1991. “Bargaining chips are counted.”
27 August 1991. “Ukraine stamps on Communists.”
31 August 1991. “Communist Party banned in Ukraine.”
2 September 1991. “Ukrainians wait for ‘true’ independence.”
7 September 1991. “Crimea to stay part of Ukraine territory.”
3 October 1991. “Leaders dither while Ukraine goes broke.”
7 October 1991. “Ukraine purges Holocaust guilt.”
5 November 1991. “Ukraine sets up National Guard.”
November 1991. “Republic resists Yeltsin crackdown.”

 

Newsweek

4 November 1991. “The Ukraine’s Call to Arms.”

BBC

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