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1. Bácsi, József (1926),. Worker. 1956: Deputy Chairman, Central Workers' Council of Csepel (an industrial district of Budapest), sentenced to 10 years' imprisonment.
[Public] »214« 1989. 300 pages, András Vágvölgyi B.      
2. Ebinger, Endre (1932),. Teacher, physicist. 1956: member of the National Council, Town of Mosonmagyaróvár, sentenced to 6 years' imprisonment.
[Public] »199« 1989. 140 pages and attachment, Adrienne Molnár.    
3. Farkas, Vladimir (1925-2002),. 1939-1945: lived in the Soviet Union. 1946-1955: lieutenant-colonel, State Security Office. 1956-1960: imprisoned.
[Closed] »200« 1988. 300 pages and attachment, Gyula Kozák.    
4. Göncz, Árpád (1922),. Lawyer, agronomist, writer, translator, politician. 1944-1945: member of the anti-fascist resistance, 1945-1947: Smallholders' Party politician, 1956: took part in the post-revolutionary underground of intellectuals, 1958: sentenced to life imprisonment on account of his revolutionary activities, 1990-: President of Hungary.
[Available for research] »2« 1985-1990. 420 pages, András Hegedűs B.      
5. Gyenes, Judith (1932),. Librarian. Widow of Pál Maléter. Dismissed from her job and spent several years as an unskilled worker.
[Public] »694« 1998. 100 pages, Adrienne Molnár.      
6. Horváth, Csaba (1932),. Worker, economist, translator. 1956: Chairman, Workers' Council of SZIM Machine Works in Esztergom, 1958: sentenced to 10 years' imprisonment.
[Available for research] »236« 1990. 300 pages and attachment, Adrienne Molnár.  
7. Kabelács, Pál (1937),. Worker. 1956: freedom fighter in the Revolution, sentenced to death, then to life imprisonment. Freed in 1973.
[Public] »202« 1988. 240 pages and attachment, László Eörsi.    
8. Kende, Péter (1927),. Journalist, political scientist, university professor. 1947-1955: worked for the newspaper Szabad Nép, 1956: edited the newspaper Magyar Szabadság and an underground newspaper Október Huszonharmadika, 1957: settled in Paris, one of the founders, Imre Nagy Institute of Brussels.
[Public] »84« 1987. 480 pages, Gyula Kozák.    
9. Kiss, Tamás (1934),. Lawyer. 1956: Founder member of the student organization MEFESZ in Szeged. 1957: Arrested. 1959: Sentenced to 5 years' imprisonment. 1990-94: Deputy mayor of Balassagyarmat. 1996-99: Adviser to the prime minister.
[Public] »734« 2000. 160 pages, Adrienne Molnár.      
10. Kósa, Katalin (1943),. Teacher. Daughter of Pál Kósa, a member of the National Committee of Újpest (an industrial district of Budapest), who was executed in 1959.
[Available for research] »658« 1995. 80 pages, Zsuzsanna Kőrösi.    
11. Kuklay, Antal (1932),. Catholic priest, librarian. 1956: took part in the revolutionary movement as a university student, sentenced to 10 years' imprisonment.
[Public] »216« 1989-1990. 180 pages and attachment, Adrienne Molnár.      
12. Lukách, Krisztina (1956),. Economist, teacher of Religion. Daughter of Tamás Lukách.
[Public] »581« 1994. 60 pages, Zsuzsanna Kőrösi.      
13. Orbán, György (1950),. Lawyer. Father (Nándor Orbán, 1910-1981) an army officer, then a manual worker. 1956: Commander of the Nagykanizsa national guard. 1958: sentenced to 10 years' imprisonment.
[Available for research] »693« 1997. 200 pages and attachment, Adrienne Molnár.      
14. Péterfi, Miklós (1930-1983),. Worker, architect. 1956: member of the Workers' Council of Újpest (a district of Budapest), sentenced to death, then to life imprisonment.
[Public] »181« 1982. 240 pages, Gyula Kozák, Imre Mécs.  
15. Puchert, János (1934),. Mechanic. 1956: as a soldier took part in a battle against the Soviet Army, 1958: sentenced to death, then life imprisonment. Freed in 1970.
[Public] »615« 1994-1995. 320 pages and attachment, Attila Szakolczai.      
16. Széll, Jenő (1912-1994),. Politician, publicist, translator, pre-1945 illegal communist. Member of inner-party opposition around Imre Nagy, 1956: Government Commissioner of the Hungarian Radio, 1959: sentenced to 5 years' imprisonment.
[Available for research] »4« 1981-1982. 800 pages and attachment, András Hegedűs B, Gyula Kozák, Mrs Szabó Ilona Dér.      
17. Takács, Béla (1931),. Radio technician, engineer. 1956: operated underground radio transmitters, 1957: settled in France.
[Public] »159« 1988. 80 pages, János Rainer M..  
18. Ujlaki, Dénes (1945),. Actor. 1962: sentenced to 3 years' imprisonment as an alleged anti-state conspirator.
[Public] »265« 1991. 60 pages, István Lugossy.    
19. Vásárhelyi, Miklós (1917-2001),. Journalist, politician. 1945-1956: worked for several newspapers, 1953: member of the inner-party opposition around Imre Nagy, 1956: Press Chief for the Imre Nagy Government, interned in Romania with the Imre Nagy Group, 1958: sentenced to 5 years' imprisonment in the Imre Nagy Trial.
[Closed] »3.1« 1985-1987. 1000 pages, András Hegedűs B, Gyula Kozák.      
20. Vigh, Szabolcs (1934),. Catholic priest and archivist. He studied until 1954 in the Central Priestly Seminary. On November 3, 1956, he took part in expropriating the documents of the State Office for Church Affairs. Remanded in custody in June 1957, his case was dismissed on January 10, 1958 as the fourth defendant in the trial of Egon Turchányi and associates. In 1958, he was ordained priest and became a chaplain in successive parishes in the provinces and from 1965 in Budapest. In 1974 he critised the Church's doctrine on birth control. Afterwards emigrated he in 1976 to the Netherlands, where he get to married and began to work at Tilburg University. Since 2003 he has worked as a volunteer for a Dutch SOS telephone service member of IFOTES.
[Available for research] »840« 2006-2007. -, Zsuzsanna Kőrösi.    
21. Wittner, Mária (1937),. Dressmaker. 1956: freedom fighter, sentenced to death then to life imprisonment. Freed in 1970.
[Public] »364« 1991-1992. 180 pages, István Lugossy.      
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