[street parliament] The year was 1956. Hungary's revolt against Soviet occupation ended in a massacre. At the high school in Eidsvoll, the headmaster stood in front of the students and proclaimed that everyone should go out and work on a day's worth of income for the hard-pressed people trapped behind the Communist iron curtain.
But among the students was Ole Kopreitan.
- I said that it was fine for me, but that Egypt had also been attacked by Britain with French and Israeli help due to the Suez crisis. Therefore, I said that I wanted my money from the charity to go to the Egyptians. The principal tried first. . .
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