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President George W. Bush waves after delivering remarks at Gellert Hill in Budapest, Hungary, Thursday, June 22, 2006. "The Hungarian people know well the promise of freedom. Many of you lived through the nightmare of fascism, or communism, or both. Yet you never lost hope. You kept faith in freedom," said the President. "And 50 years after you watched Soviet tanks invade your beloved city, you now watch your grandchildren play in the streets of a free Hungary." White House photo by Eric Draper

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