Introduction of Lost Prestige in Washington DC

Helena History Press LLC is pleased to introduce the publication of
LOST PRESTIGE,
HUNGARY’S CHANGING IMAGE IN BRITAIN,
1894–1918
by GÉZA JESZENSZKY

Thursday November 18, 2021
1:00 p.m.
German-American Heritage
Museum of the USA™
719 Sixth Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001

Reservations are Required. Space is limited. Please reserve by email to seres@kossuthfoundation.org

Moderator: Jon Greenwald

Jon Greenwald

Served 30 years as a senior U.S. diplomat, focusing on East-West matters, the Middle East, counter-terrorism, the European Union and international law. Upon leaving government, he coordinated foreign policy issues for the 2000 U.S. presidential campaign of Senator Bill Bradley and from 2001 to May 2017 was Vice President in charge of research for the Brussels­ based International Crisis Group, widely regarded as the world’s leading conflict prevention and con flict resolution non-governmental organization.

Author: Geza Jeszenszky

Géza Jeszenszky

Diplomat, Ambassador to the United States and later to Norway and Iceland (2011-2014), Minister of Foreign Affairs in the first freely elected Hungarian government (1990-1994) after the fall of communism. A historian by education, he is a retired Professor of Modern History at Corvinus University of Budapest and was a Fulbright Visiting Professor at the University of California, Santa Barbara.

The book talk will be followed by a reception and book signing.

Event Hosted by Kossuth House