The uprising can best be understood in five phrases, the run-up to the Revolt, the first violent conflicts, an unofficial truce, the invasion of the Soviet Union, and the aftermath.The quality of life in the west was much more better than East after 1948. First, comparing two events Hungary and Czechoslovakia were similar. Both countries had a long-term resentment of Soviet rule aims of the rebels were both country wanted to give their people more rights and lessen the control of the communist state .Also, Involved groups of people protesting.The soviet Union was very suspicious and fearful that any form of rebellion change would spread and lead to a split in its control in other countries.Reaction of the wider world were wholly negative to Soviet use of force.The situation in Hungary was discussed at the United Nations, with Czechoslovakia the Soviet actions were condemned by different countries including the USA.In hungary people do to revolt They tore down statue of Stalin in Budapest.They were widespread student protests. Thousands of people organised themselves into militias and fought the secret police.Czechoslovakia Protests were initially peaceful and welcomed. During the Soviet invasion, Hungarian people (including children) fought fiercely using machine guns.Difference of both country was hungary affected by issues in other countries: the rebellion in Poland inspired them to act.Czechoslovakia was affected by issues at home economic depression and a desire for political change. After the soviet invasion, people engaged in ‘Passive resistance’. They stood in front of Soviet tanks and put flowers in the soldiers hair.Now I’m going to talk about what is not similar.In this case I’m going to start with Czechoslovakia.In Czechoslovakia, the people actions were largely started by the role of their leader .It was the change that encouraged them to protest. In hungary, it was the people who acted first. Again, the political nature of Czechoslovakia was dangerous for the Soviets.They had to faced people led rebellions. Although, “Prague Spring” was started by people who were meant to be under Soviet control.In Invasion some members of the communist WarSaw Pact expressed shock at Soviet actions.Changing the view to Hungary, Hungary was affected by issues in other countries such as Poland inspired to act.On the other hand, Czechoslovakia was affected by issues at home economic depression and a desire for political change. In hungary the people armed themselves and fought when the soviets attacked.In Czechoslovakia, following orders from the government the people did not fight back.Also, there were several protests after the Russian invasion including suicides.At Hungary, Deaths are estimated in thousands. Comparing to Czechoslovakia Around 70 civilians are believed to have been killed, but the precise number was kept secret for many years. there were 47 arrests. The response of the west, Nothing was done.In hungary Britain and France were preoccupied with Suez and the USA was unwilling to risk war. In Czechoslovakia, the west was unwilling to risk war with USSR.Many in Hungary hated Russian control, including the secret police, censorship and control of religion. The economy was weak making most Hungarians poor. They hoped No stalin would lead to change.Therefore, Many resented soviet control. Living conditions were poor and the economy was weak. The Czechoslovakian leader. Antonin Novotny, had no control over his own country. When the USSR removed the deeply unpopular dictator Rakosi from power, eventually replaced him with the moderate.