Radio Budapest was launched in 1950 as the international broadcaster for Hungary. The station stayed on the shortwave bands until 2007. It was famous for broadcasting a statement by Hungarian Premier Imre Nagy charging the Soviets with attempting to overthrow Hungary’s “lawful democratic government” on 4 November 1956. I remember the station being fairly stable on the channel of 9835 kHz in the evenings. Below are the QSL cards they sent for my reception reports.