23 October 1956 in 15 hours in Budapest began demonstration, in which adopted participation 200 thousands of people. At 23 o’clock, the chief of the General staff of the armed forces of the USSR ordered the commander of the Special corps to begin moving to Budapest to assist the Hungarian troops “in restoring order and creating conditions for peaceful creative work.” And units of the Special corps arrived in Budapest by 6 o’clock in the morning and joined in the fighting with the rebels. The Hungarian uprising began, killing more than 3,000 people.