1956 and the Hispanic world

In 1956, Fulgencio Batista, who enjoyed the backing of the US, has condemned the soviet intervention in Hungary. Dictator of Venezuela Pérez Jimenez and his counterpart in Dominica Rafael Leonidas Trujillo have offered generous help to emigrants regarded by them as freedom fighters and revolutionists. Even Anna Kéthly objected that the Hungarian emigration maintains links with the Franco regime.