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This brigade began service as the 1st formation of the 38th Rifle Brigade, formed as a "student" brigade in the Central Asia Military District in November 1941.  In December it was shipped to the Moscow Defence Zone before joining the 2nd Guards Rifle Corps in the reserves of Kalinin Front in January 1942.
Budapest is the most populous city in Hungary and one of the largest cities in the European Union, with a growing number of inhabitants, estimated at 1,763,913 in 2019,  whereby inward migration exceeds outward migration. 
Béla Bartók in 1927. Béla Viktor János Bartók ( / ˈbeɪlə ˈbɑːrtɒk /; Hungarian: [ˈbɒrtoːk ˈbeːlɒ]; 25 March 1881 – 26 September 1945) was a Hungarian composer, pianist, and ethnomusicologist. He is considered one of the most important composers of the 20th century; he and Franz Liszt are regarded as Hungary's greatest ...
The term porajmos (also porrajmos or pharrajimos —literally, "devouring" or "destruction" in some dialects of the Romani language ) was introduced by Ian Hancock, in the early 1990s.  Hancock chose the term, coined by a Kalderash Rom, from a number of suggestions in an "informal conversation in 1993". 
Hungary is an export-oriented market economy with a heavy emphasis on foreign trade, thus the country is the 36th largest export economy in the world. The country has more than $100 billion export in 2015 with high, $9.003 billion trade surplus, of which 79% went to the EU and 21% was extra-EU trade. 
Váci Avenue above Gyöngyösi utca metro station. Váci út ( Váci Avenue, lit. Road to Vác) is one of the widest and busiest avenues in Budapest, Hungary. It is about 12 kilometers long and has four to eight traffic lanes .
3,000 civilians killed  The Hungarian Revolution of 1956 (also known as the Hungarian Uprising, 23 October – 10 November 1956; Hungarian: 1956-os forradalom ), was a countrywide revolution against the government of the Hungarian People's Republic (1949–1989) and the Hungarian domestic policies imposed by the USSR.