Sandor Racz



Age: 80


Summary: Hungarian labor activist who was considered as a leading figure during Hungary's 1956 anti-Soviet Revolution as the uprising was crushed by the Soviet army in November that year, but who along with other labor leaders pressed ahead with the objectives of the movement as president of the Budapest central workers' council before he served five years in prison until a 1963 amnesty.



Cause of Death: Lengthy illness


Born: March 17, 1933


Died: April 30, 2013


Location: Budapest, Hungary