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Hungary Past and Present

Görgei Artúr – Was He Really a Traitor?
Görgei Artúr – Was He Really a Traitor?

It’s been 105 years since the leading General of the 1848-49 Hungarian Fight for Freedom passed on to a better life, on May 21st, 1916.  In this anniversary year, we would like to take another look at the commander who surrendered to the leader of the 200,000 Russian troops who were facing him. 

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Erika Papp Faber

Fráter György, O.S.P. (aka Juraj Utješenić and George Martinuzzi)

Cardinal Martinuzzi, known as Fráter György - 18th c. painting (from Wikimedia Commons)
Fráter György, O.S.P. (aka Juraj Utješenić and George Martinuzzi)

Because of my deep feelings for Transylvania, it is fitting that my final article for Magyar News Online is about a key figure in the history of Transylvania.

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Charles Bálintitt Jr.

It's here . . .
It's here . . .

. . . a comprehensive compendium of articles tracing the events which led to the devastating ”Treaty” of Trianon, and some of its main effects, published in Magyar News Online. 

180 pages,  plus 24-page 2nd part ! 

Print order form by clicking on the pdf button inside, and mail to the address listed on the bottom.

The P.O. Box will continue to be open indefinitely!

 

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