To commemorate the 1956 Hungarian Revolution and Freedom Fight, Chargé d’affaires Beáta Margitay-Becht and Defence Attaché Colonel Viktor Makay, with Polish Ambassador Arkady Rzegocki and Deputy Defence Attaché Colonel Norbert Czerbniak laid wreaths at the plaque at the Polish Hearth Club in London. The plaque was made by the British-Hungarian Fellowship and the Polish community of London in 1957 in memory of the victims.