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In October 1956, the Hungarian people began a revolt against their Stalinist government and its Soviet-imposed policies. What can be concluded about the Soviet Union's ultimate response to the Hungarian Revolution? A. The Soviet Union threatened military action but allowed the rebellion to continue. B. The Soviet Union sent troops to crush the revolt and suppress all Hungarian opposition. C. The Soviet Union massed troops on the Hungarian border but refused to invade the country. D. The Soviet Union protested the revolt to the United Nations and asked for military assistance.
B. The Soviet Union sent troops to crush the revolt and suppress all Hungarian opposition can be concluded about the Soviet Union's ultimate response to the Hungarian Revolution
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